(Filed Under wholesale Shapewear News). Colombian shapewear brand Co’Coon has added additional biocrystal and microcapsule technology to a full line of its innovative "massaging" garments, resulting in a range of shapewear that may reduce cellulite, improve skin condition, activate the metabolism and trim away unwanted inches.
Co’Coon’s biocrystals are comprised of a mixture of precious metals including platinum, titanium and aluminum that are meant to simulate the effect of infrared sunlight rays on the body. When a garment embedded with the biocrystals comes into contact with the body, cells below the surface of the skin are awakened, triggering movement that can improve the circulatory and lymph systems, decrease the appearance of varicose veins and cellulite, reduce muscle fatigue, and improve metabolism speed as well as skin elasticity.
Co’Coon’s microcapsules, also embedded within the shapewear’s fabric, contains all-natural ingredients that firm and smooth the skin. With continued wear, the microencapsulated shaping garments may also help the wearer go down a size. The microcapsules contain caffeine, which attacks fat cells and toxins in the skin; vitamin E, which acts as a moisturizer and antioxidant; milk and oats, which hydrate and increase firmness; and marine algae and seaweed, which reduces fat and improves muscle tone.
This advanced technology is now available in a wide range of shapewear by Co’Coon, including full bodysuits, braless tanks, belts, and butt-lifting shorts and panties. Shapewear is available in nude and black colorways in sizes S to XL. Garments wholesale in the $20 to $80 range with recommended retail prices of $40 to $160.
Co’Coon ships to the U.S. from its distribution center and offices in Doral, Fla. Products by Co’Coon are available in boutiques across the U.S. as well as 23 countries in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
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