CUIONS™ Anti-Ageing Sleeping Eye Mask
Advanced Copper Ion Technology

[Anti-Wrinkle] Clinically Proven Reduction of Wrinkles
[Undereye Skin Health]
[Eye Bags, Puffiness]

100% CUIONS™ Copper Synthetic Fibre

Lipisilk Cocoon Night Hair Wrap 

Use as natural protein-rich cocoon to condition hair while sleeping, nourishing soft and smooth tresses.

Complete with LipiSilk™ Oil Intensive Hair Treatment in morning.

[Material] 100% Bombyx Mori / Mulberry Silk. Chemical free.

CUIONS™ Anti-Ageing Beauty Copper Pillow Case
Advanced Copper Ion Technology

[Anti-Wrinkle] ClinicallyProven* Reduction of Facial Wrinkles
[Anti-Bacteria] Suitable for Acne Patients

100% CUIONS™ Copper Synthetic Fibre


CUIONS™ Anti-Ageing Sleeping Eye Mask
[Dermatologist Approved]
[Skin Compatibility Tested]
[Laboratory Certified Effective Copper Concentrations]

Lipisilk Cocoon Night Hair Wrap 

[Anti-Static] Detangling, Reduce Hair damage, Flyaways, Frizz,
[Natural Proteins for Hair] Fibroin-Sericin Rich for Repair, Reduce Split-Ends, Breakage
[Hygienic] Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Fungal
[Hypoallergenic]  Sensitive Skin, Sensitive Scalp

CUIONS™ Anti-Ageing Beauty Copper Pillow Case

Dermatologist Approved
Skin Compatibility Tested
Laboratory Certified Effective Copper Concentrations

A Sleep Ritual: The Secret to Sleeping Better


Work a pea-sized amount of ELIXIR-V™ EYE CREAM morning and evening to eye area with ring finger according to diagram above.

Monitor your clinical response with the Hydration Skin Analyzer – Skin Barrier Biosensor

Apply ELIXIR-V™ EYE CREAM liberally over the upper and lower eyelids, crows feet area. Avoid direct contact with lash or eyelid margins. Wear eye mask to sleep. Nightly use accelerates collagen formation, for skin regeneration.

Lipisilk Cocoon Night Hair Wrap 


Arrange and hold your hair in place, releasing locks into the LipiSilk cocoon as it slides on. We like to twist ours up into a bun at the crown of our head to deliver a subtle wave come morning. But there are many different ways to put your hair up so it looks great when you let it back down.


Be sure to tuck all your hair within your wrap so the elasticated silk edge is completely covering your hairline and the tip of your ears, this will ensure it sits tight, protecting and nourishing your locks all through the night.


Apply LipiSilk™ Oil Intensive Hair Treatment to hair shaft in morning.


Wash before first use. Handwash with mild facial wash and air-dry. Copper fibre is naturally anti-bacterial. Recommended weekly washing to remove physical dirt, facial oil and particles for optimal fabric performance.

Lipisilk Cocoon Night Hair Wrap 

Hand wash only in cold to luke warm water using a gentle detergent. Hang to dry. Replace every 4-6 months for maximum protein-rich bioactivity of silk wrap for hair repair.

Does the material of our pillowcase matter?
An average person will spend 229,961 hours in their lifetime sleeping, given that an average person sleeps 8 hours every night. Dermatologists advice that the material in contact with your skin, especially your pillowcase, should also be non-irritating and breathable. Silk have traditionally been recommended to be the best fabric to be used against skin.

A landmark study done in 2012 by a group of Korean dermatologists demonstrated that there is statistically significant results between the groups of patients sleeping on the pillowcases containing copper-impregnated fibers, as compared to the control pillowcases. These copper cases were stringently manufactured to have a concentration of 1%. The skin surface topography and condition was analyzed at the commencement of the trials and after 2, 4 and 8 weeks (where relevant) by skin imaging equipment, photography, and by expert graders.

Where is copper usually found?
Copper is naturally occurring and is involved in many physiological and metabolic processes critical for the appropriate functioning of almost all tissues in the human body. In the skin, copper is involved in the synthesis and stabilization of extracellular matrix skin proteins and angiogenesis.

Is copper safe to be used?
Copper is usually available as a chemical compound of copper sulfate which is soluble in water and hence unsuitable to be incorporated into fabrics due to the washing out for every cycle.
However, the technology now exists to incorporate insoluble nanoparticles to coat each strand of fibre to produce 100% copper fibre fabric. Copper nanoparticles have been mentioned considerably because of its unique optical, catalytic, antibacterial, antifungal, electrical, mechanical and thermal properties