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Bed Bath & Beyond offers copper-infused SkinGlow towels
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Jun '09
London Luxury LLC, a leading manufacturer of innovative and premium home textile products, announced its SkinGlow towel line is now exclusively available in select Bed Bath & Beyond stores and at bedbathandbeyond.com. The collection, made with copper-infused fibers, has natural deodorizing properties that reduce bacteria, fungus and microbes on the towels that cause skin odor -- leaving you and your skin feeling more fresh.

Additionally, these properties help to reduce odor and stain-causing bacteria on the towels that may require them to be washed more often. The collection comes in taupe, chocolate, parsley and soft blue.

"We continuously strive to develop the most innovative bath and bedding solutions on the market by introducing new, consumer-friendly technologies," said Anna Faktorovich, Director of Strategic Brand Development and Marketing at London Luxury.

"In these economic times, we recognize consumers are looking to cut costs anywhere they can, but still crave the quality and ingenuity of high-end products. SkinGlow towels not only significantly reduce stains and odor, potentially saving loads of laundry and therefore saving time, energy and money, but the self-deodorizing towels also help you feel fresher and cleaner."

SkinGlow towels are made using patented Cupron copper technology which is embedded deep into the towel fibers. The ions last for the lifetime of the product, without losing effectiveness, as long as fabric softeners aren't used. A similar technology from Cupron is used in SkinGlow bedding, which is also sold at select Bed Bath & Beyond stores and on bedbathandbeyond.com. The copper-infused bedding collection is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and crow's feet in just four weeks of use.

London Luxury LLC

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