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Today's ingredient, copper, is nowhere near new. In fact, for thousands of years—all the way back to the ancient Egyptians—the element has been heralded as a “fountain of youth' of sorts. Now with the science to prove it, copper has more recently blossomed into the realm of modern skincare in various night creams, serums, and hair restoration. Things change with age. Further studies established that copper improved the healing of skin wounds. As for cosmetic skincare, women in their 50s found that copper improved skin elasticity, firmness, and reducing wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and to combat inflammation. copper in skincare can potentially reset human genes to a younger condition. SUPERCU COPPER is a copper ion water carefully developed by New Green Source. It has excellent properties of pure, long-acting and safe. It is very suitable for use in Public Health, Personal Care, Nutritional Cosmetics, and so on.
The patented special micron-copper antibacterial technology that O'MINE uses is long-lasting, all natural, and sterile. Due to its dedication of utilizing zero chemical substances, O'MINE strongly emphasizes its focus on quality as well as environmental protection. Our product uses the safest and most stable ingredients and thus can even be metabolized by the human body. In fact, the spray itself has a pH level of 5.5 and is very skin friendly. As well, O'MINE is not subject to light and temperature changes in the environment. It also carries unique antibacterial ability, which not only keeps bacteria away but also reduces allergies. Copper is an essential mineral for the human body because it is a key constituent of the respiratory enzyme complex cytochrome c oxidase. In humans, body copper is found mainly in the liver, muscle, and bone and the average adult body contains between 1.4 to 2.1 mg of copper per kilogram of body weight.The Food and Nutrition Board of the U.S. Institute of Medicine updated the Estimated Average Requirements and Recommended Dietary Allowances for copper in 2001. Because of its role in facilitating iron intake, copper deficiency can produce anemia-like symptoms, neutropenia, bone abnormalities, hypopigmentation, and impaired growth among many other abnormalities in glucose and cholesterol metabolism. Conversely, Wilson's disease causes an accumulation of copper in body tissues.