Anti-Ageing Kimono in CUIONS™ GOLD

$749.00 (w/gst)

DESCRIPTION 

Textile Cosmeceutical 

The unisex Anti-Aging Kimono in CUIONS™ Gold features a nanoparticle integrated biofunctional textile¹ woven into a luxurious garment with minimal seams for ultimate skin comfort and breathability.

Nanoparticle textiles are evidence-based¹⁻⁵ for use as adjunct treatment for eczema to normalize the skin microbiome, for reducing flare-ups and improving sleep quality.  Anti-oxidant CUIONS™ stimulate collagen production, targeting skin wrinkles, ageing processes and maintain healthy skin barrier function⁶.

This textile is laboratory certified to be bactericidal**, killing bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus⁷ upon contact with skin, maintaining a healthy skin microbiome. Staphylococcus aureus is a common bacterial commensal that triggers flare-ups in eczema.

It is currently used as adjunct treatment for body acne in our dermatology clinic.

MATERIAL 

100% CUIONS™ Synthetic Silk with anti-aging Copper Nanoparticles

This garment is woven with minimal seams and without tags to minimise irritation to skin. 

Comes with Certificate of Authenticity from Dr. TWL Biomaterials.

BENEFITS

[Anti-Aging] Reduction in skin wrinkles, anti-oxidant
Adjunct treatment of medical skin conditions*
[Eczema] [Body Acne] Target Skin Microbiome/Micro-climate
[Bactericidal] [Self-Cleaning]
Copper nanoparticle impregnation is also backed by clinical studies⁷⁻¹⁰ to have active skincare properties (anti-wrinkle, anti-ageing) due to stimulation of collagen growth through contact with copper ions actively released on contact with skin. Data from two randomised controlled trials demonstrate statistically significant reduction in facial wrinkles after 2 weeks of exposure to copper oxide infused textile⁹⁻¹⁰.

Read more about backne or body acne 

*ongoing clinical trial by Dr.TWL Biomaterials, please contact manager@twlskin.com for more information if you suffer from eczema or body acne.

**Laboratory studies show 99.9 percent reduction in Staphylocuccus Aureus upon contact with CUIONS™ copper fibre.

AS SEEN ON

DIRECTIONS FOR USE 

Wear daily, preferably overnight for at least 8 hours of skin contact time. 

CARE: This garment is engineered with self-cleaning textile technology that resists odour-causing bacterial growth. If visibly soiled/stained, hand wash or machine wash in laundry bag on delicates setting.

CAUTION: Not for use in individuals with allergy to copper metal. If irritation develops, stop use and consult a dermatologist.

REFERENCES

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(7) Gadi Borkow. Using Copper to Improve the Well-Being of the Skin. Curr Chem Biol. 2014 Aug; 8(2): 89–102. (PubMed)

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(10) Ji Hwoon Baek, Mi Ae Yoo, Jae Sook Koh, Gadi Borkow. Reduction of facial wrinkles depth by sleeping on copper oxide-containing pillowcases: a double blind, placebo controlled, parallel, randomized clinical study. Cosmet Dermatol. 2012 Sep;11(3):193-200. (PubMed)