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CrystalCups' elegant lingerie with well-being properties
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Oct '12
CrystalCups is a brand new innovative lingerie brand that combines elegant and luxurious design with the wellbeing properties of crystals. Day and night camisole sets feature a designed integrated pocket in the centre panel next the heart chakra (cleavage) where specially selected crystals are placed to enhance the physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of the wearer.

The concept of crystals and positive wellbeing has been around for thousands of years, from the ancient Egyptians and Greeks to Eastern cultures of Hinduism and Buddhism. Today the use of crystals for wellbeing is fast becoming accepted as a complement to other wellbeing modalities. High profile celebrities such as Angelina Jolie and Lady Gaga are known to use crystals to enhance their lives.

A confessed devotee of holistic therapies CrystalCups Managing Director Bunmi Aboaba is no stranger to crystals and has used them with positive results. Bunmi would often place little tumbled crystals into her bra and when they happened to fall out during a flight bound for London the CrystalCupsLingerie concept was born. Bunmi comments: “The idea was wonderful, the beauty of lingerie combined with the true vibrancy of crystals and their wellbeing energies.”

Created from ethically sourced materials the Crystal Cups range currently includes camisole and knicker sets in black, navy, pink opal and white and day camisoles in black, purple, orange and white. Both designs are simple and elegant and customers can select from a range of crystals; Moonstone, Amethyst, Carnelian and Rose Quartz. More styles are planned for the coming year.

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