Fabric Of The Future?

Copper fiber combines the best organic combed cotton with other pure and natural fibers, creating an intimate blend that gives an incredibly soft, durable and healthy fabric offers both fashion and therapeutic properties for the wearer, at moderate prices. This high-tech performance is suitable for spinning and woven applications, including clothing, intimate clothing, socks, home textiles, bed and bath.

Copper is antimicrobial with antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. Its sterilization and deodorization abilities prevent the growth of various bacteria, fungi and microbes. Copper also has anti-inflammatory properties. Copper fibers are temperature controlled. Copper-containing fabrics hold the heat of the body, emanating from the inside and redirecting that heat towards the body, while the porosity of the textile allows the circulation of air so that the body can still “breathe”. Copper fibers have conductive and antistatic properties. This makes it perfect for bedsheets.


Copper fibers are considered as anti-stress fibers that can help shield against the electromagnetic waves that deplete our serotonin and natural melatonin, hormones that help guide our sleep pattern and protect against certain pathogenic effects. Copper fibers also provide protection against UV radiation. Copper is important for fertility, including nerve function in the brain, maturation of connective tissue, integrity of heart and bone structure , the immune response, and may have anti-carcinogenic properties.

Copper has healing properties involved in improving blood circulation, which increases energy, helps detoxification, reduce inflammation, metabolism and stabilization of the improvement of oxygen utilization Copper complexes have proved to be a powerful assistant to arthritic and rheumatic diseases. Copper also plays a vital role in the immune function.and bedsheets.

Copper pyjamas saved my life!

A new mom who almost died after contracting MRSA claims her life was saved by copper pajamas.

Gemma Wilbys incredible recovery has surprised hospital consultants and they are putting together a clinical trial on the use of infused copper clothing.

Pjs avec cuivre

Gemma, 30, was diagnosed with the flesh-eating virus several days after having a caesarean section for her son, Alfie, last September.

Despite emergency surgery and a daily cocktail of medications, her MRSA could not be put under control – and she was warned she could die.

But family friend Ambre McCleary, 18, a student in forensic psychology at Portsmouth University put her science education to use and approached inventor Paula Ward to come up with the Copper PJs.Gemma, of Caterham, said: “I honestly believe that I owe my life to the PCs. I think hospitals from top to bottom of the country should make clothes and compulsory copper bedding infused. ”

And, more than a year from her terrifying ordeal at the hospital, Gemma believes her story could revolutionize the fight against antibiotic-resistant super-bacteria.

Gemma, who lives with her partner, Mark Minick, 31, says, “My Caesarean scar spread 10 inches from hip to hip and I was in excruciating pain. I had no idea the gravity things had gotten – but the strong smell of rotting flesh made me realize something was wrong “.Barmaid Gemma agreed to surgery at the hospital last October. says: “Amber brought me copper pajamas, bedding, socks and a dress.

“It was incredible. The nurses took swabs from my belly and a few days after wearing copper clothes, they came back negative. They could not believe it. The infection disappeared and the open wound decreased. ”

After Gemma makes a full recovery, Amber and the Copper Clothing team brings together five leading consultants from the Advisory Board of Medical Specialists. The consultants were surprised and are putting forward four products for the trial ethics committee at Croydon Hospital.

Obstetrician consultant Abdul Sultan said, “This garment can have the potential to make a real difference in treatment.”

Source: Mirror News 01 Dec 2013