SkinGlow Bedding

In Beauty Spy, Saving Face on January 2, 2009 at 7:41 am


December 29, 2008 – London Luxury LLC announced its SkinGlow bedding collection is exclusively available at select Bed Bath & Beyond® stores and nationwide on

London Luxury’s SkinGlow bedding collection is infused with copper technology that is dermatologist tested and clinically proven to smooth and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, crow’s feet and other skin imperfections in just four weeks of use.

The SkinGlow line utilizes patented Cupron copper technology. Copper ions woven into the fabric are activated by moisture released from the body during sleep, beautifying skin’s appearance, making it look smoother and younger while nourishing stressed and aging skin. The ions last for the lifetime of the product, even after repeated washings, without losing effectiveness, as long as fabric softeners aren’t used. In addition to its beauty benefits, the non-sensitizing and non-irritating copper-infused fabric has natural deodorant properties that reduce body odor-causing bacteria, fungus and microbes. The pillows, pillow covers and comforters range in price from $19.99 to $249.99.

In The Makeup Says: In our quest to avoid long-term pillow wrinkles, we have tried sleeping on silk (always feels like we’re slipping off the pillow), sleeping only on our backs (we never wake up that way), caging ourselves in with body pillows so we can’t roll over in our sleep (we still roll over), and sleeping with frownies stuck to our faces (not pretty). So we read the Study to Determine the Efficacy in Improving Attributes of Facial Skin when Using Cupron (Copper-Oxide Containing) Pillowcases and SkinGlow might be the one.


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