Copper has a rich history; but we’re focused on its exciting future. We've created Shoe Insoles & Face Masks that fight bacteria on contact.
- Copper is widely known to be antimicrobial. It happens kind of like this; when Copper meets bacteria, it releases ions which destroy the cell walls of the bacteria. That’s bad news for microbes.
- After the cell wall is weakened, copper ions flood in and break down the rest of the bacteria.
- It gives you a new respect for your old pennies, doesn’t it?
- It’s being used on high-touch surfaces around the globe to fight disease.