Regular towels become an oasis for bacteria and micro fungi growth through a combination of moisture, warmth, and porous cotton provide the optimal breeding ground for pathogens. Our towels are made with copper, which naturally destroys bacteria.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ (PRWEB) June 27, 2017
Cyprium towels offer an alternative to average household towels which can carry up to 10 million bacteria and fungus cells.
“Regular towels become an oasis for bacteria and micro fungi growth through a combination of moisture, warmth, and porous cotton provide the optimal breeding ground for pathogens,” said creator, Sender Russell. “Our towels are made with copper, which naturally destroys bacteria.”
When people shower they re-introduce bacteria and germs to their bodies as soon as they dry off. Copper Oxide combined within the fibers of Cyprium towels become attracted to these harmful germs and destroy them, therefore protecting the towel from future pathogenic growth.
“We are about using nature and technology to protect the health of families and children,” says Russell. “Becoming the parents of two children and having a family member recently become seriously ill from an HOA (hospital acquired infection) opened our eyes. Our Cyprium towels destroy all pathogens leaving you with a clean, odor-free towel.”
If physical dirt appears on the towel then it will need to be laundered, otherwise, there’s no need to wash the towel for it to be germ or odor-free.
Cyprium towels are safe for adults, children and pets.
- Infused with Copper mineral (An antimicrobial, EPA certified metal)
- 100% Germ-Free
- Soft and plush feel
- Ethically made from the finest bamboo and combed cotton
- OEKO-TEX® certified for the best quality
- 650 GSM (grams per square inch)
- Two color options: Gray or Beige
For more information and to pre-order Cyprium towels, visit them on Kickstarter. Early-bird discounts starting at less than $40 are available while supplies last.
About Cyprium Textiles:
Sender and Rivka Russell started Cyprium Textiles to rid the world of an unnecessary risk – the risk of infection and illness that can be spread in fabrics. They believe that rapidly developing technology can be used in segments of ordinary daily life to serve many needed purposes. The firm is located in New Brunswick, NJ.