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The World Health Organisation (WHO) Mask Management Guidance


For any type of mask, appropriate use and disposal are essential to ensure that they are effective and to avoid any increase in transmission.

The following information on the correct use of masks is derived from practices in health care settings.

  • Place the mask carefully, ensuring it covers the mouth and nose, and tie it securely to minimize any gaps between the face and the mask.
  • Avoid touching the mask while wearing it.
  • Remove the mask using the appropriate technique: do not touch the front of the mask but untie it from behind.
  • After removal or whenever a used mask is inadvertently touched, clean hands using an alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.
    Replace masks as soon as they become damp with a new clean, dry mask.
  • Do not re-use single-use masks.
  • Discard single-use masks after each use and dispose of them immediately upon removal
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Are You Safe From Coronavirus While Using Public Transport?

The Coronavirus doesn’t respect any boundaries and has a high infection rate. In the wake of the spread of the virus, hygiene in the public transports has come under scrutiny.

The transport hubs were always known to be infection hotspots. Viruses are spread largely via droplets that settle on shared surfaces. People, when they touch these contaminated surfaces contract the virus from their hands to their face and then into their system.

Planes, trains, and buses are perfect environments for viruses like Coronavirus to thrive and spread its diseases.

Pathogenic bacteria, fungi, and viruses are lurking in secrecy in the transport hubs. Some evidence:

Tubes and Trains

A research study published in BMC Infectious Diseases found that people using public transport in densely populated cities during flu outbreaks were up to six times more likely to catch an acute respiratory infection. Those most susceptible were people who commute for long hours or use busy interchange stations. This is mainly because these people come into contact with more shared surfaces than other people.

It was also found that boroughs with fewer tube stations tend to have higher infection rates, as these stops are more crowded than others.











In 1918, the Spanish Flu pandemic infection spread across borders through ships and ports. Today, airports are responsible for turning a local epidemic into a global pandemic.
Surprisingly, the highest risk areas in airports are security checks. The University of Nottingham and the Finnish National Institute for Health and Welfare published a study that found almost 50% of the plastic luggage trays at security checks were hotbeds for germs that can cause at least one respiratory disease such as influenza or a common cold.

These trays were found to have more germs than the airport toilets. This shouldn’t be surprising because these trays are shared by people, thousands of times over and they are seldom washed. Over time, they collect detritus from people’s belongings and pockets and are host to some of the deadliest microorganisms.


  1. A study published in BMC Infectious Diseases journal found the following airport areas to present a higher risk of catching a viral infection:
    • armrests of seats in the waiting area
    • chip and pin paying machines at airport pharmacies
    • handrails on escalators
  2. Buses and Trams

    In 2011, BMC Infectious Diseases conducted a study that revealed that people using buses and trams for their daily commute are exposed to almost six-fold increased risk of developing an influenza-like infection during flu season. Another study in Houston conducted in the same year found that commuters who spend more than an hour a day on the bus are eight times more likely to contract TB.


With Coronavirus threatening to run riot in the world, here’s how you can keep yourself safe from the scourge while travelling in public transport.

  • Coronavirus is large in size with a cell diameter of 400-500 micro. Any mask can prevent its entry into your system. So, wear masks while travelling.
  • The virus does not remain suspended in the air for long. It eventually settles down on the ground. When it falls on a metal surface such as a doorknob or handrails, it can survive for 12 hours. A simple routine of washing your hands with soap and water as soon as you reach your destination after exiting from public transport can kill the virus.
  • When Coronavirus falls on the fabric like fabric seats, clothes, etc. it remains alive for 9 hours. Being exposed to the sun for two hours or washing your clothes after your travel can kill the virus.
  • The Coronavirus lives on the hands for 10 minutes. While travelling and also otherwise, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Don’t even bite your nails. A good hand rub of an alcohol sterilizer can kill the virus. Make sure to keep a hand sanitizer in the pocket when travelling. A hand sanitizer with an alcohol content of 75%+ is more effective in killing the virus. Wearing hand gloves can also help in preventing the virus from entering your system. Copper-infused gloves can give you better protection from the virus.
  • The virus thrives in cold regions but is killed when exposed to a temperature of 26-27 ° C. So, drink hot water and be exposed to the sun whenever possible. Avoid eating ice cream and eating raw or uncooked food.
  • Avoid sitting next to a passenger who shows signs of cold, such as coughing and sneezing.
  • As a habit, check your seat before you sit down. Avoid sitting in a seat that is visibly soiled. Ask the attendant to assign another seat to you.

How Can Copper Gloves Protect You From Coronavirus

When you hold the doorknob or the subway pole with hand gloves on, the germs prevalent on the surfaces are transferred to your gloves instead of your skin. This provides temporary insulation from the live virus, bacteria or fungi. But when you touch the outside of your glove with your fingers or mouth, these organisms can travel into your system. You can prevent this from happening if you substitute your regular hand gloves with copper-infused gloves.

Copper Clothing had conducted a test that showed copper has the ability to destroy 99.9% of bacteria, fungi and viruses within minutes upon contact. How?

  • Upon contact, copper ions rupture and penetrate the cell wall.
  • Once inside the cell, the copper ions attack the microbe’s DNA, inactivating it and then eventually killing it.

Get your copper gloves now and prevent further spread of the virus!

Please Note: the 2014 test carried out by Copper Clothing using an Internationally recognised virology lab in Germany, was against Coronavirus (a family of viruses), it has not yet been tested specifically against the COVID-19 strain of the Coronavirus family.

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Can copper-infused fabric destroy Coronavirus?

It can, says a study conducted by Dr. Brill and Dr. Steinmann

Copper Clothing Limited, is a company that incorporates anti-microbial copper formulations into fabrics, such as beds, bed sheets, socks, masks, gloves, pyjamas, etc., and sells them to consumers. In 2014, it funded research to test the effectiveness of viricidal activity of the copper fabric on bovine Coronavirus. The test was conducted by a specialist viral Laboratory of Dr. Brill + Partner GmbH Institute for Hygiene and Microbiology. The viricidal activity of the treated material was evaluated by comparing the viricidal activity of the non-treated material. The study found that copper-infused fabric can effectively fight the virus and destroy it.

In summary, the difference observed between the materials tested is based on the inactivation process during the 10 minute drying process (reduction factor of 3.94 log of the treated Copper material and 1.13 log of the untreated material)

Log Results Explained:

copper fabrics are antimicrobial

All of our copper fabrics are antimicrobial, eg: our fabric that is used to make our bed wear has reached more than 6.7 log reduction against MRSA. For example if 1,000,000 MRSA bacteria came in to contact with Copper material, only 1 bacteria would survive, This is what we call a reduction of 99.9999%

Copper fabrics are known to be antimicrobial and can easily destroy any bacteria and viruses as there have been recent tests to show it destroys, HIV VirusInfluenza Virus and Coronavirus

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All About Coronavirus: What Copper Can Do

According to the New York Times, China’s Health Commission reported 361 deaths nationwide due to the 2019-nCoV outbreak as of Feb 2, 2020. The Coronavirus outbreak is very serious. It’s not just China’s problem anymore; it has captured the world’s attention. The Coronavirus is detected in other countries prompting the Chinese government to quarantine, Wuhan, the world’s seventh-largest city.

The virus spreads via aerosol and direct contact. The latest reports also indicate that the ocular route is a key mechanism for infection. This has sparked new interest in copper-infused clothing, which has shown promising results in killing the virus.

What is Coronavirus?

Coronavirus belongs to a large family of viruses found in both animals and humans. This virus is known to infect people to cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe ones such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

What is the 2019 Novel Coronavirus?

The 2019 Novel Coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, is a new strain of Coronavirus that causes severe respiratory diseases and was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, in December 2019.

What are the common symptoms of Coronavirus?

2019-nCoV infection can cause mild symptoms, such as sore throat, runny nose, fever, and cough. It can be severe or even fatal in some people, leading to pneumonia, difficulty in breathing, and death.

What are the common symptoms of Coronavirus?

Who is at risk for Coronavirus infections?

While there is much to learn about how 2019-nCoV affects people, the following appear to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill with the virus:

  • Older people
  • People with pre-existing medical conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes.
  • People living or travelling in an area where the 2019-nCoV virus is circulating (at present, the virus is dominant in China).
  • People who have recently travelled from China or who have been in close contact with those travellers.
  • Health workers who are responsible for taking care of people who are infected with 2019-nCoV.

How are Coronavirus infections diagnosed?

Doctors analyse the patient’s respiratory specimens and the serum isolated from the blood to test for Coronavirus infections. Although diagnostic tests for the novel Coronavirus are being developed, its accuracy and specificity for the virus are not yet verified. Once that’s confirmed, these diagnostic kits will be available in the healthcare facilities worldwide.

What are the treatments for Coronavirus infections? Can Coronavirus infections be prevented?

There is no specific medicine recommended to prevent or treat the novel Coronavirus. However, people infected with 2019-nCoV should receive optimised supportive care to relieve and treat symptoms.

How to protect yourself from getting infected with the Coronavirus

    • Wash your hands with soap and water often, or use an alcohol-based hand rub to eliminate the virus if it is present on your hands.


    • Maintain social distancing of at least 3 feet or 1 metre between yourself and other people, especially from the ones with cold symptoms. A person infected with 2019-nCoV can project small droplets of the virus when they sneeze or cough, and if you are too close, you can easily breathe in the virus.


    • If you have a cough, fever, and difficulty in breathing, seek medical help immediately. Let your healthcare know if you have travelled from China or have been in close contact with someone who is from China or has been to China and is suffering from respiratory symptoms. It’s essential to get prompt medical attention if you have respiratory symptoms, especially you have a travel history, directly or indirectly, to or within China.


  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth. Your hands touch many things or surfaces that can be contaminated with the virus. If the contaminated hands touch your eyes, mouth, or nose, the virus can be easily transmitted into your system. In order to prevent the transmission of coronavirus, one should wear copper-infused gloves or masks.

Copper has been known for its anti-microbial powers for more than a century. Now, technology allows the metal to be woven into fabrics. Copper-infused clothing like face masks and gloves can combat the transmission of this virus.

Can copper-infused fabric kill Coronavirus? It can, says a study conducted by Dr. Brill and Dr. Steinmann

Copper Clothing Limited, is a company that incorporates anti-microbial copper formulations into fabrics, such as beds, bed sheets, socks, masks, gloves, pyjamas, etc., and sells them to consumers. In 2014, it funded research to test the effectiveness of virucidal activity of the copper fabric on bovine Coronavirus. The test was conducted by an in-house method of Dr. Brill + Partner GmbH Institute for Hygiene and Microbiology. The virucidal activity of the treated material was evaluated by comparing the virucidal activity of the non-treated material. The study found that copper-infused fabric can effectively fight the virus and kill it.

Effectiveness of CopperClothing on Coronavirus  — Test Report.

Source: Copper Clothing UK

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Copper Bed Sheets – Reduce Your Laundry?




These copper-woven bed sheets could seriously reduce your laundry washing

According to all kinds of health professionals, we should be washing our bed sheets once every week, which, let’s face it, no one does. (Not anyone we know, anyway).

But a new invention in the bed sheet business is here to take away all those painful laundry loads thanks to new technology which could keep your sheets fresher for longer.

Vetemnts Cuivre has already been making these clever copper-threaded bed sheets. The copper infused bedding naturally eliminates bad bacteria, renews damaged skin, and helps you find a deeper sleep than ever before. Which all sounds rather wonderful, doesn’t it?

The ‘self-cleaning’ sheets made from bamboo, (which is also more eco-friendly than cotton), are interwoven with copper ion technology with the aim of killing bad bacteria and preventing any future pathogen growth.

NO microorganisms have developed a resistance to copper, which is why it has been used for centuries to disinfect liquids, solids and even human tissue.

So basically, you can be a little lazy with your laundry routine and rest assured that you’re not sleeping with any nasties at night-time.

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How to Wear Compression Socks – Easily!

How to Wear Compression Socks – Easily!

Gravity kicks in to pull your blood down when you are standing or sitting for prolonged periods of time. This restricts the blood circulation, causing several leg and foot problems, such as varicose veins, blood clots, and deep vein thrombosis. This conditions are generally accompanied by leg swelling and pain. Compression stockings or socks can fight back the gravity’s pull to your bloodstream and improve blood flow.

Compression socks are designed to snugly fit your feet, ankles, legs and maybe even thighs. The pressure is at the highest at the feet, but gradually lessens as the socks go up the leg. This is called graduated compression.
However, the snug fit is what makes compression socks medically useful. But that’s also one of the reasons why wearing them is a struggle, especially pulling them over the heel and ankle.

The following tips will help you wear compression socks quicker without getting frustrated.

  1. Before you put them on

    • After you buy a new pair of compression socks, hand wash them with mild detergent.
    • If you can afford, consider buying a second pair. You’ll then have a clean pair to use while the other is for a wash.
    • If you have an open wound, dress it up before you wear socks.
    • Try to keep your socks by your bed, so you can wear them first thing when you wake up.
  2. Prepping up your legs to wear compression socks

    If it’s hard for you to put on the compression stockings or socks, try these tips:

    • Apply lotion on your legs. Let it dry before you wear compression socks.
    • You can also apply baby powder or cornstarch on your legs. This may help the socks to easily slide up.
    • If you don’t get the grip to pull your socks up, try using rubber dishwashing gloves. This may also help you to smooth them out.
    • You can also use a special gadget called a stocking donner to pull up the socks over your foot. This gadget is easily available online or at a medial store.
  3. How to wear compression socks

    • Wear compression socks early in the morning. That’s the time you have the least leg swelling.
    • Sit in a chair with a back. This gives you support as you wear socks.
    • Hold the top tip of your compression sock in one hand and use the other hand to reach inside the sock to grab the toe of the sock. Then turn the upper half of the compression sock inside out.
    • Then gently place your foot in the toe of the sock. Then, gently slide the sock up over your heel. Ensure that the top of the sock is still inside out.
    • Lock in your heel securely in the sock, then gently slide the sock up your leg. Be careful not to grab and pull at the top of the stocking because that can cause it to rip or tear.
    • While taking the compression socks off, fold it down gently until it reaches the top of the ankle. Insert your thumb or finger at the back of your socks on your heel, then slide the rest of the sock off your foot.
  4. Wearing and caring of compression socks

    Finally, a huge part of wearing compression socks is to take care of them so that they last. With proper care, these socks can last for up to six months.

    • Hand wash the socks each day with a mild soap and air dry them.
    • Do not wear compression socks when they are damp.
    • Replace your compression socks every 6 months.

At first, wearing compression socks can be tricky. Don’t get discouraged, if you have the knack for wearing compression socks. With some practice, you’ll find a method that works for you.

Copper Clothing offers compression socks infused with the antimicrobial property of copper. That means added benefits – healing benefits of compression and anti-microbial benefits of copper.


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Layers in Copper Infused KN99 Mask Explained.

How Many Layers Are There in the Copper Infused KN99 Face Mask?

There are four layers which make up the copper-infused kn99 face mask for maximum protection and comfort.

What is the Role of the First Layer?

The primary layer of cotton is infused with copper ions for anti-bacterial and anti-viral protection. Coronavirus has been reported to live on the outside of medical face masks for up to 7 days. This unique innovation using Copper ions is to help enhance the level of protection and help reduce the risk of spreading the infection that normal face masks (single-use and reusable) cannot provide.

What is the Role of the Second Layer?

The secondary filtration layer is designed to block finer particulate matter for maximum protection. Lab tests conducted on the filtration material highlighted that more than 99% of fine particulate matter was blocked equivalent to KN99 standards. Which is the Chinese equivalent to N99 or FFP3 in the US and Europe respectively.

Surgical Mask Filtration Standards

What is the Role of the Third Layer?

The third layer is made up of a cotton filter lining. The 3D space between them allows superior ventilation and improved moisture absorption.

What is the Role of the Fourth Layer?

The fourth final layer in the Copper KN99 face mask is made of 100% pure, high quality, skin-friendly cotton fabric for comfort.

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What Should You Consider When Choosing a Face Mask?

The World Health Organisation recommends the following features should be taken into consideration for non-medical masks:

  1. Numbers of layers of fabric
  2. The breathability of material used
  3. Shape of mask
  4. Fit of mask

Why Infuse Copper into a Face Mask?

Copper alloys have been used throughout history as a natural, safe and long term anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral material. There is a substantial amount of scientific and clinical evidence to now showcase the power of copper ions in the fight against infections.

In 1852 Victor Burq discovered those working with copper had far fewer deaths to cholera than anyone else and did extensive research confirming this. In 1867 he presented his findings to the French Academies of Science and Medicine, informing them that putting copper on the skin was effective at preventing someone from getting cholera.

The anti-microbial effect of Copper ions have since been documented, in peer-reviewed published scientific & medical journals, to destroy the HIV-1 (virus) by more than 99.9% in only 20 minutes, Cytomegalovirus (CMV) by 99.9% in only 20 minutes, 99.9% of aerosol viruses such as Influenza (H1N1 / H9N2) as well being known to destroy Coronavirus.

Not many people are aware of how much technology has advanced, we are able to now infuse copper ions into various materials including cotton and rubber. Therefore transferring the power of anti-microbial copper into everyday items – making them the first layer of defence for you and your loved ones.

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Christmas Gift Ideas

Sometimes it can be difficult to know what to buy your loved one at this time of the year. Maybe they have everything or perhaps you have not found the right gift!

We have great gifts for all the family. Great because they are personal but more important they have great health benefits for all.

They look like other clothing but they are especially made with copper thread to give the wearer the many benefits of copper.

A terrific idea and great gift that will last longer than many gifts, mean a great deal to the wearer and show them that you care.


  1. For the Frequent Traveller

In your family or your social circle, you may have somebody, who travels most of the time. Standing in line at check-in/security and sitting in the plane or car for long hours with little or no space to stretch can take a toll on the body and mind.

Copper Clothing has something for your frequent traveller.

  Here are our top picks:

  • Copper Compression Socks –Best for long-haul flights, sitting in the car for long periods of time.  Copper present in the socks can help prevent swelling, reduce stress and leg and joint pain.
  • Copper Eye Mask It can reduce headaches, relieve stress. For those travelling by plane it can induce deeper, relaxing sleep and reduce the effect of jet lag.
  • Copper Gloves –This lightweight, high-performance copper gloves can reduce swelling and can help in supporting and relieving sore muscles.
  • Copper Pyjamas –Copper-infused pyjamas can effectively destroy bacteria upon contact, which can keep body odour at bay and reduce the chances of getting an infection.
  1. For the Elderly

It used to be with age, but not always nowadays, comes a host of diseases like arthritis and diabetes. A person living with arthritis and diabetes have inflammation, pain and swelling as constant companions.

Our top picks to make their lives easier are:


  • Copper Compression Gloves:With arthritis, injuries and pains in hands and joints are a common complaint. Copper compressions gloves can reduce the stiffness and swelling as they put a continuous pressure on the pain area that triggers proper blood circulation. This can reduce the pain in the muscles and joints.
  • Copper Compressions Socks:Copper in the socks can decrease the swelling by compressing the foot and ankle joint gently and promoting better circulation. This also can help to bring the pain down.


  1. For Your Pet

Toss those gourmet treats, fancy collars, and pricey gifts for a meaningful and thoughtful gift your pet will love – the gift of good health!


Copper blankets from us can help ensure that your pet lives a long, healthy life. Here is what we have for your pets:


  • Copper Pet blanket:Copper-infused pet blankets can give your pet a warm, cosy & comfortable sleep. The blanket is luxuriously soft, anti-microbial & helps fight pet odour!
  1. For People With Stressful Jobs

Stress happens to the best of us. Many of us are now working for long hours. The workload is never ending which leaves many people physically and mentally tired and weak.

You can spread good vibes by shopping from our list of copper-infused products. Here’s for the stressed worker from our collection:


  • Copper Compression Socks:They can prevent varicose veins, soreness and reduce leg swelling, sweat and odour build-up.
  • Copper Insoles:These insoles are engineered to support the muscles and improve and align the posture. They also can help in reducing the pain, swelling, sweat and odour.
  1. For Adventurers and Athletes

If you have someone in your life that is high on life, either an adventurer or an athlete, reward their enthusiasm with products designed to help them push their limits.


Here’s what you can gift them:


  • Copper Compression Socks:These socks can provide support to the legs and feet. They also can provide mild compression for better movement through the legs by enhancing blood circulation. They can help reduce cramping, swelling and stiffness in the calf, ankle and calf.
  • Copper Compression Gloves:These gloves can help in promoting better blood circulation to speed up the recovery of muscles, injured joints and more.

The copper-infused gloves can help stabilize the muscle tissue, keeping the swelling of muscle fibres and pain at a micro level.

  • Copper Insoles:These are designed to cradle your feet and keep them aligned. They can reduce feet and body pain. They can also prevent your feet from sweating and also keep them fresh and odourless for long.
  1. For the Pregnant Woman

A pregnant mother undergoes a lot of difficulties. Swelling in the feet is normal during pregnancy, but it can be painful too. Varicose veins are common in pregnant women because of the weight they have to carry.

These copper-infused products from Copper Clothing can help:


  • Copper Compression Socks:These socks can relieve leg and joint pain. They can also help improve blood circulation, relieve cramps and prevent puffiness in the feet.
  • Copper Pyjamas:The clothes that a pregnant woman sleeps in has to be clean, loose fitting and comfortable. The anti-microbial property of copper keeps the pathogenic microorganisms that cause infections and foul body odour at bay.


  1. For the Beauty Conscious

Waking up with perfect skin sounds too good to be true. But our Copper Clothing has products that can make it a reality.

Check these copper-infused products for the ultimate beauty sleep:


  • Cooper Bed Sheets:Our skin cells use copper to produce collagen, elastin, and skin-plumping hyaluronic acid. Sleeping in these copper bed sheets not only brighten the bed but also the skin.
  • Copper Pillows:The pillows intertwined with copper can help reduce wrinkles and fine lines through surface contact with the skin. They can fight bacteria and dust particles too.
  • Copper Eye Mask: It can induce sleep, relieve stress, improve skin texture by preventing cell damage, creates firmness and elastin for the skin.

We have copper-infused products to suit every personality type – from the couch potatoes to the proactive professionals!


So explore our gifting options and buy now.



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Why You Need Copper Compression Socks This Winter

Foot problems become a common complaint for everyone during the winter months. Along with dryness, vasoconstriction is often to blame. This is where blood vessels contract and reduce blood flow to muscles in response to low temperatures, so blood can be sent to more essential organs and keep them warm.

Some examples of winter foot problems include:

  • Dry Skin – Severe dryness can cause foot health issues such as heel fissures (cracked heels), calluses, itching and more. Scrub and moisturize your feet regularly to keep these problems away.
  • Athlete’s Foot – Skin infections are not only a summer problem. Multiple layers of cotton or wool socks collect sweat and prevent feet from breathing, creating the perfect setting for fungal and bacterial growth.
  • Foot Aches – Pain in the feet and legs happens because of poor circulation, heel fissures, arthritis, injury, blisters, and more. Severe or persistent aches, bruising and swelling could signal a fracture as well.
  • Frostbite – Blood flow stops when skin is exposed to freezing temperatures for too long, leading to tissue damage. People with diabetes, peripheral arterial disease and circulation problems face a greater risk.
  • Chilblains – These small red bumps typically show up on toes and hardened skin when the weather turns cold and damp. These lesions are itchy and painful, but usually go away in 1-2 weeks.

Most of these problems can be prevented by keeping your feet and legs warm, avoiding exposure to extreme temperatures, and following a regular foot care routine. Get proper treatment for injuries and wounds to prevent secondary infections, especially if you have low immunity or conditions like diabetes.

Are Copper Compression Socks the Right Solution?

Here’s why copper compression socks are the best solution for your feet during winter:

  • Compression socks enhance circulation in your lower legs and feet, which helps to reduce the symptoms of Raynaud’s Disease and other conditions. They also keep your feet warm by preventing heat loss and regulating body temperature.
  • Copper is a powerful antimicrobial, so copper compression socks help you fight fungal and bacterial skin infections. They also prevent foul odors caused by sweat and bacterial growth, and wearing them all day won’t lead to embarrassing smelly feet.
  • The mineral also boosts skin health through the synthesis of collagen and elastin, and promotes angiogenesis, the development of blood vessels. Wearing copper infused socks after moisturizing your feet helps your feet and legs feel soft.

Copper compression socks offer many more benefits, such as reducing the effects of hot flashes and easing the symptoms of diabetic foot problems. They’re the perfect winter gift for yourself as well as the people you love. Get your miracle copper socks from Vetements Cuivre today!