How It Works

The world in which we live today...

All kinds of activities contribute to polluting the air we breathe. In addition to industrial causes of pollution, day-to-day activities such as driving, filling your car with petrol, dry cleaning, and using a household paint can release gases and particles to your air. In high enough concentrations, these pollutants can harm you, the environment and your family.

The average adult breathes over 3,000 gallons of air every day. Children breathe even more air per pound of body weight and are more susceptible to air pollution. The elderly are also more sensitive to air pollution because they often have heart or lung disease.

People exposed to high enough levels of certain air pollutants may experience burning in their eyes, an irritated throat, or breathing difficulties. Long-term exposure to air pollution can cause cancer and long-term damage to the immune, neurological, reproductive, and respiratory systems.In extreme cases, it can even cause death.

So in light of such devastating and damning evidence Careforair have designed an innovative product to help. Although we are not able to assist you in your quest for safer outdoor air, what we can and do do is greatly assist with the air you breathe within the limits of your own controllable indoor environment.

Here is how a Careforair Breezer actually works...

Careforair's unique air cleaning process harnesses the inherent purification properties of water and the natural anti-bacterial qualities of essential oils, to literally wash the air clean.

As an ioniser...

Careforair also has the effect of working as an ioniser, converting positive ions in the air into negative ions, with great benefits to the way you feel. And, unlike ionisers you may have experienced it the past, Careforair will never leave dirty marks on your walls or doors.

This website assists those people who have never washed their air to understand the importance of why washing their air on a daily basis is actually good for their health.



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