Purple Wand: A Multi-Use Opsin Stimulating Light

The Purple Wand supports vaginal health, enhances fertility, strengthens pelvic floor muscles, reduces soreness, and accelerates recovery after pregnancy.

Sale price$179.00

The Purple Wand is our first product with a custom made quad-LED SMD, which means we blend four totally independent wavelengths from a near-point-source, enabling near-perfect color blending. Our first product with violet and deep violet light for neurological and metabolic health. Our latest version has a unique, alluring deep magenta hue that regular devices are incapable of reproducing. Hard, food-grade, custom molded polycarbonate casing.

  • 405 nm Deep Violet for OPN3 (neuropsin)
  • 420 nm Violet for OPN5 (encephalopsin)
  • 680 nm Deep Red
  • 760 nm Near Infrared

Size: Just over 1.5" diameter and 6" in length

The Purple Wand works as a regular red light therapy device, and at 20 watts in high power mode, packs a bit more power than our Chromatorch flashlight into a compact package. Switch to 40% power mode if you want to reduce warmth.

The magenta hue exists outside the color space that any computer is capable of displaying. It is a sight to behold.

The wavelengths we use are well-suited to support vaginal health, enhance fertility, strengthen pelvic floor muscles, reduce soreness, and accelerate recovery after pregnancy. Red and near-infrared light therapy has shown significant promise for dramatically increasing fertility, supporting pelvic floor, helping post-pregnancy, and improving vitality at the cellular level within the mitochondria.

- There are 200k Colporrhaphy surgeries in the US each year at a cost of about $8k each.

Q: Is the Purple Wand only for women experiencing vaginal health problems?
A: Not at all. This device is not intended to treat cure or prevent any condition or disease. Everyone can enjoy the benefits of red light, which supports cellular health at a mitochondrial level.
Q: Will this allow me to enjoy pain free sex?
A: The Aurora Wand is not a medical device, and while it may support recovering and relaxation, we advise you to consult with a medical professional if you have medical concerns.
Q: How long should I use the Purple Wand?
A: Based on dose-response curves for red and near-infrared light, even a single minute a day may be enough for some people, while others may find greater benefits at 5 minutes. We suggest not using for more than 15-20 minutes daily due to the biphasic dose response curve (too much starts to detract from possible benefits).
Q: Will this help  strengthen my pelvic floor?
A: While we cannot explicitly claim that Purple Wand helps with pelvic floor strength, red and near infrared light has been shown to increase the strength gains of muscles with exercise.
Q: How does this compare to other devices?
A: This is the only consumer device offering clinical grade laser power of 25 watts. Other devices have 5-30x less power, and often cost twice as much. Light therapy is all about number of photons, so more power turns into how much you value your time (within thermal constraints): you might not want to use the device for an hour or two to get the number of photons you want. LEDs only became affordable in the past 15 years, and when we noticed no one had bothered to make a powerful enough vaginal device, it was clear we needed to do it.
Q: Does your company have expertise with building LED light therapy products?
A: Yes, we have built the leading and only ultra-high power compact red and near-infrared light device, the Ironforge, and have recently launched the cutting edge Lux Vital device, our targeted Opsin stimulation device.
Q: Can I use the Purple Wand for regular red light therapy?
A: Yes, the device has more power than most face masks for skin beauty and this device can be waved in front of the face and around the body. Moreover, the device can be inserted orally and there is extensive research around the use of photobiomodulation in dental/oral applications.
Q: Does the Purple Wand heat up?
A: The Wand is quite powerful, with 25 watts of light so it can get warm. If it gets too warm for you, you can simply stop using it, turn it off, or turn the switch to the low powe setting, which offers 5x less power. It will eventually get hot since it is fairly powerful, so be mindful with use.
Q: Is the Purple Wand a medical device and can I use it to treat [insert thing your interested in]?
A: In accordance with FDA guidelines, the Wand is a wellness device and is not meant to cure or treat any disease. Always consult with medical professionals if you have a medical concern.