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Comfortable fit with adjustable end over the nose.
Highly breathable materials with elastic over-ear adjustable loops.
Washable & reusable for upto 3-4 months. Colour may vary
Tested by Central Labour Institute, Government of India to lie in the respirator class FFP1
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Order will be deliver with 6-11 business days.
Masks aren’t perfect, but they can filter out larger pollutant particles. Studies show that the effects of air pollution on blood pressure and heart rate are reduced in people who wear face masks.
What are the Consequences of Breathing in Polluted Air?
Air pollution can cause a wide variety of health complications. In addition to lung cancer and other respiratory diseases, pollution can weaken your immune system, trigger stroke, heart disease, and premature death.
The most dangerous air pollutants include ozone, carbon monoxide, and PM2.5 and PM10, particles so small they lodge themselves deep in your lungs.
The key is to find a mask that will fit tightly on your face – any gaps between your skin and the mask will just let pollution in. You might want to consider a face mask with a filter which can be removed. You’ll get a good look at the pollution you haven’t breathed in when you take the filter out. If you will be exercising out in the streets, look for a mask with good ventilation.