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Cupron licenses London Luxury for home textile products
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Apr '08
London Luxury LLC, a leading manufacturer of innovative and premium home textile products, announced a major licensing agreement with Cupron Inc, a company whose breakthrough, patented technology uniquely binds copper to textile fibers, to allow for the production of fabric containing copper-infused fibers. Copper's natural properties are scientifically and clinically proven to penetrate into the skin, leaving its appearance healthier, glowing and more beautiful.

Under the terms of the agreement, London Luxury will become the exclusive home textiles manufacturer for Cupron's proprietary copper technology -- marketed under the Cupron brand. London Luxury will create a complete line of copper-infused bed and bath products designed to promote healthier-looking skin, enhance the overall look of skin, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and crows feet. When in contact with skin, the copper ions in the fibers will work to improve the skin's natural appearance-enhancing processes.

Since the copper is embedded deep into the fabric, it never washes out and lasts for the life of the product. The collection will include premium quality sheets, pillows, pillow protectors, pillow cases, comforters, and blankets of all sizes, as well as bath and beach towels, robes, slippers, and bath rugs.

"Copper found in the body is an essential nutrient for the skin. Scientific testing has demonstrated a dramatically significant reduction of the appearance of facial wrinkles, crows feet, fine lines, and improvements in overall appearance of facial skin when sleeping on Cupron every night for four weeks," Dr. Gadi Borkow Ph.D., Chief Medical Scientist, Cupron."

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