Nature Meets Technology To Create An Innovative Take On Wellness
Smart Lamps Go Healthy: Innovative new health lamp combines salt, style and smart technology to enhance lives.
London, UK – June 22, 2016 /MarketersMedia/ —
Lifestyle products designer and manufacturer LIFE have launched their Kickstarter campaign for Zencube, the world’s first smart Himalayan salt lamp – and met their funding target in less than 15 hours.
Boasting an elegant contemporary design, whilst harnessing the natural benefits of pure Himalayan crystal salt, the lamp’s RGB LED bulb can be controlled by an app to change into any color – matching mood or surroundings – making it the must-have mood enhancer for the home.
A modern sleek cube design is not Zencube’s only differentiation from the common chunky-lump-of-salt appearance for which Himalayan salt lamps are known. Zencube also features a unique essential oils compartment, and a cool-to-the-touch, energy efficient LED bulb, which means that the sweaty, oozing mess that comes with higher temperature halogen bulbs and open flames is history. One thing that has not been changed is the full array of health and wellness benefits offered by a salt lamp.
Zencube’s chunky cube of Himalayan salt and the LED bulb are a nature+technology matchup that leads to improved wellness. The minimalist combination means that balanced ions are possible at home and the workplace. The color changeable RGB bulb offers the added benefit of light therapy: greens and blues for relaxation or pinks, oranges and yellow to boost energy and mood. This is accentuated with the complementing additon of essential oils – lavender or jasmine can be used to soothe whilst peppermint or lemon could provide the perfect pick-me-up.
“Himalayan salt lamps emit negative ions,” said Tracie Davis, Project Manager at LIFE. “When it comes to salt lamps, negative ions lead to a positive health response. Our Kickstarter campaign will help us make the world a healthier place.”
Computers and electronic devices produce positive ions and scientific research from the last 35 years suggests that too many positive ions in the home, workplace and public buildings are taking a toll on human physical, mental and emotional health.
CBS Nightly News reported as far back as 1995 that exposure to an abundance of positive ions was shown to lead to anxiety, depression,, insomnia, migraines, and asthma attacks. Since that report, the amount of computers and electronic devices emitting positive ions in the average home and workplace has increased more than tenfold.
According to a 2013 Nutrition Review report, “…negative ions [have] long been associated with improvements in mood and physical health. Research conducted in the last decade has begun to support the view that negative ions have a net positive effect on health.”
Negative ions, like those Zencube sends out, have been shown in research studies to lower blood pressure, improve blood flow and oxygen supply to the brain, naturally clean and deodorize air to reduce allergy and asthma symptoms, increase serotonin levels that leads to more restful sleep and support a healthy immune system.
“Zencube is a stylish accessory that was designed to fit seamlessly into any décor,” said Davis. “We’ve updated the look, addressed energy consumption, created an app to change the bulb’s color and brought the Himalayan salt lamp into the 21st century.”
Bio: LIFE produce and manufacture stylish, innovative, life-enhancing technology solutions to improve the quality of life and convenience of their customers. Their vision is to enhance life through the power of technology. Their latest product, the Zencube is now available on Kickstarter. For more information, visit http://thezencube.com
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Name: Tracie Davis
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