Negative ions are great for your health. But what are they, and how do we get more of them?


The benefits of negative ions have been proven through countless research and scientific studies. Albert Einstein once said that the curative effects of the Davos mountain air were due to the air’s electricity…

Headaches, sleepiness, low attention spans and a general sense of feeling unwell are just some of the side effects of spending too long indoors. Scientists say it’s all about ions, or, more specifically, negative ions. Ions are charged particles in the air; some are charged negatively, and some are charged positively. Negative ions, put in non-scientific terms, are basically oxygen ions with an extra electron attached, produced through water molecules, which is why they are in such beautifully abundant supply near fresh, flowing water supplies such as rivers, streams, seas and waterfalls. This also explains how refreshing it can be to have a shower, swim or take a bath when we are feeling fatigued. But these negative ions, in plentiful supply in natural settings, are dangerously low in the average air-conditioned office, over-heated home or stuffy car. The air around waterfalls, for example, can contain anywhere from 30,000 to 100,000 negative ions per cm3, forests from 2000 to 3000 cm3. Compare this number to a stuffy car or office, which can contain zero to, at most, a few hundred per cm3.  For the human to undergo physiological processes in the body, there is a minimum limit of about 600 negative ions per cm3, and in order for maximum metabolic processes to take place there must be about 50,000 negative ions in one cm3.

It is proven that negative ions have no unwanted side effects or contraindications.

Positive and negative ions have different effects on humans and their organism
  • Effect on skin and connective tissue: Negative ions are also absorbed through the skin. They improve the epidermis and subcutaneous tissue to provide oxygen and affect skin conditions. They improve skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, hives, burns. They neutralize acids in the interstitium and thus promote collagen synthesis.
  • Effects on the respiratory system: Lungs and mucous membranes react sensitively to the ions. The negative ions promote the formation and excretion of mucus, in which impurities in the air (dust, smoke, pollution, microorganisms) are bound. Indicated for allergies, asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, dryness of the oral mucosa, …
  • Nervous System Impact: Negative ions reduce serotonin levels, which can cause hyperactivity, stress, fatigue, insomnia, anxiety. They reduce migraines and headaches due to their analgesic effect and promote relaxation and improve concentration and memory.
  • Circulatory Effects: Negative ions improve blood circulation and promote blood purification, regulate blood pressure, and prevent coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction, and angina.
  • Above that: they also regulate blood pressure, increase vision, regulate pH, improve digestive function, reduce lipid and cholesterol, promote toxin excretion, boost the immune system, promote cell permeability, reduce fatigue and muscle aches, help with metabolic diseases, improve physical and mental performance and ensure general well-being. 



Dermionologie®|from O2 to Plasma (O2(-))

The Air we breathe contains are 21 % Oxygen (O2). Oxygen atoms are surrounded by positive and negative ions (electrical particles). The proportion of negative and positive ions  depends on the environment.

DERMIO CARE® PLUS device increases the number of negative ions in oxygen to over 5,000,000 per cm3 of breath. This turns the oxygen into plasma (similar to “electricity”). Increases the metabolism: in the skin and entire body. Plasma is surface-active and permeates matter (such as electricity, fire or heat).

Enhance the Dermionology with PhotoTherapy

The plasma color light treatment relies on highly concentrated negative ions. At the same time, different colors oflight effect specific metobolic processes.

The Photo Therapy

Native cultures discovered that the color of plants often determined their healing qualities. Research with plants also indicates how colored light affects plant health. Dr. Niels Ryberg Finsen reported the successful use of red light to prevent scar formation from smallpox and was honored with a Nobel Prize in 1903 for his pioneering work with light therapy. Color therapy for health is gaining ground today as a result of the advent of Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs). Medical research sponsored by NASA, using both Red and Near Infrared (NIR) LEDs, expanded the awareness of, and use of, color therapy.

Color therapy is scientifically approved

The following color spectrums are used depending on your needs, skin condition and treatment intention:

Red / Near Infrared

  • Wound healing
  • Boosting collagen formation
  • Skin repair (antiaging)
  • Prevents and reduces scar tissue
  • Increases the flow of blood and circulation
  • Stimulates ATP in the cells and increases cellular reproduction


  • Detoxification
  • Anti Bacterial
  • Relieves Stress
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Builds muscles and bones


  • Antiseptic and antibacterial
  • Anti-inflamatory
  • Astringent effect. Dries up secretions
  • Calms nervs
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Very often used for „recharging battery“
  • Used in cases of acne