ProfileMaker doesn’t “cut” the uv per se, but applies some proprietery compensation when a “bump” in the blue area of the spectrum is detected, which would usually indicate the presence of optical brighteners. Note that this compensation is applied only to the perceptual rendering intent. Its results can be significantly different than uv cut filtration, which prevents the excitation of the optical brighteners to begin with.
If you’ve got serious issues with optical brighteners, you might consider an isis with OBC, or if you like to tinker with Terminal, the Argyl CMS (which is free, but no user interface yet).
I’m probably making this more complicated for you. I’m not a fan of uv cut filtration, but everyone has to make their own decision here.