Bathroom specialist, Glass 1989, will focus on a theme of ‘total wellbeing’ at this year’s International Bathroom Exhibition, as part of Salone del Mobile.
The company’s SKINSUBLIME technology will take a starring role on Glass 1989’s stand (L20 in hall 22). Backed by contemporary spa-inspired functionality, the SKINSUBLIME bathing technology feeds oxygen-rich micro bubbles into the water; these bubbles are 50 to 100 times smaller than those used in hydromassage tubs and will accordingly ‘penetrate the skin’s pores, improving cell regeneration, stimulating collagen reproduction and combat free radicals’. Alongside a soothing soak, Glass 1989 aims for its SKINSUMBLIME to provide users with hydrated and radiant skin; while the ‘negative ions’ the micro bubbles are said to release, aim to help relax the body and mind.
The new SKINSUBLIME technology is available in the brand’s MAWI [featured] and NUBEA bathtubs. The former and newer model boasts a capacious body and is available in both built-in and freestanding versions and features a 4-cushion relaxation zone. The controls on the MAWI bath now also include chromo and Bluetooth functionality, as standard, alongside a new FILO jet and optional in-built SKINSUBLIME technology. While the bath itself is crafted using soft polyurethane in an anthracite grey finish.
To see more of Glass 1989’s bathing selection head over to its stand (L20 in hall 22) during Salone del Mobile’s International Bathroom Exhibition, 17th – 22nd April 2018.
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