Frequently Questions About Copper Infused Fabrics – Part 2

Following up on the question from the previous blog post:

Is copper in small amounts good for me?

Copper in small amounts is actually a nutrient. Copper assists in the formation of haemoglobin and red blood cells, it’s involved in forming pigments in your body’s natural hair colour. Copper is also involved in enzymes for digestion, protein metabolism and in healing processes necessary for proper bone formation and maintenance, it’s also necessary for the RNA in all of your cells. Without copper your body can’t make new cells. It is also involved in the formation of elastin, the healthy, youthful skin and chief component of the elastic muscle fibres throughout the body. Your body actually needs copper.

How do I know that copper infused fabric technology is safe?

Copper is a readily abundant natural resource. Copper is an essential mineral in our everyday diet and drinking water. It is an absolutely requirement for the human body. Trace amounts of copper are absorbed from the fabric via the skin and is readily utilised and metabolised by your body.

How long does the copper benefits within the fabric last?

We sent the fabric to a third-party laboratory for washing test to confirm that the fabric still maintains its basic performance after 40 washes.

What is the difference between silver and copper infused fabrics?

Copper as opposed to silver is an essential mineral for the normal function of the human body. Copper unlike silver is received and utilised by the body when absorbed either orally or through skin tissue. Copper also has a broader range of effectiveness than silver. Copper has skin enhancement properties which silver has not.

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