Nufabrx: Haute Beauty Expert Dr. Jason Bloom’s Most Recommended PPE

Dr. Jason D. Bloom is an award-winning, Ivy-League trained, double board-certified facial plastic & reconstructive surgeon. His extensive experience and reputable training provide the foundation for his excellent technical skills and surgical aesthetic. He is dedicated to the treatment of patients with both cosmetic concerns and reconstructive problems of the head and neck.

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Haute Beauty sits down with Dr. Jason Bloom to learn more about Nufabrx a revolutionary textile company changing the way we look at medicine and “health wear.” Dr. Bloom has been on the medical advisory board at Nufabrx as well as an investor and shareholder.

HB: What is Nufabrx?

Rather than applying creams, using transdermal patches, or taking pills, what if you could just get dressed in the morning? Nufabrx is simplified health and wellness. Nufabrx manufactures apparel such as knee, ankle, and wrist sleeves with its patented technology that infused active ingredients into a thread or yarn to transdermally deliver those ingredients through a single fiber.

HB: How does the technology work?

The products respond to skin temperature and moisture. So the fiber-embedded medicine is absorbed into the body during contact with the skin. Embedded medicine like Capsaicinprovides powerful pain relief by increasing blood flow and blocking the brain’s ability to register pain signals from the body.

HB: How is Nufabrx adapting to the current climate?

The company pivoted its efforts with the onset of the pandemic to create a reusable CuTEC copper mask with the same filtration as an N95 mask, called the Theramask.

The D.C National Guard ordered Black Hawk helicopters to the Asheboro Regional Airport to transport 250,000 of these PPE masks for first responders.

HB: How has Nufabrx expanded into the world of cosmetics?

Soliscia by Nufabrx, the successor of the Theramask is also copper powered and gets back to the original idea of Nufabrx by infusing ingredients into fabrics by embedding shea butter moisturizers into the mask, giving it a luxurious feel on the face. The shea butter infused moisturizing fabric keeps the skin in good condition and moisturizes without an ointment, cream, or gel on the fabric.

Nufabrx products can be purchased at: & Walmart and is recommended by Bloom Facial Plastic Surgery.

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