A reasonable cause of minor illnesses and major diseases, the air pollution during Diwali can cost you a lot. Be safe rather than sorry with these air pollution masks that come at an affordable price
It’s that time of the year again when the air is dense with pollution. Last year, over 40 cities in India recorded a decline in their air quality which shot down from ‘poor’ to ‘severe’ during Diwali.
This Diwali, you can go for ‘green crackers‘, and you can protect yourself from the inevitable pollution in under Rs 300!
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These air pollution masks will protect you from Particle Matters 2.5 and let you breathe easy. Click here to purchase your favourite mask now.
Four masks for all pollution:
PureMe’s reusable pollution mask has an activated carbon layer to protect you from the heavy PM 2.5 pollutants. At just Rs 299, you can stay clear of harmful particles that can affect your breathing and lungs.
The mask is light, foldable and can be easily worn with its earloops. Head here to get your anti-pollution gear now.
A washable N95 anti-pollution mask means you can stay safe from dangerous air particles even after Diwali. This mask has four activated carbon layers that you can insert in the pockets of the cotton mask.
Each filter lasts about 100 hours after which you can take it out, wash the mask and reuse!
Click here to buy it now. Want one for your little one? Click here to get the mask with cute patterns that your child will love!
You can also opt for a pack of 20 disposable anti-pollution masks that come in funky designs. Buy the set at just Rs 249 by clicking on this link.
What are the main causes of air pollution?
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During Diwali, as you can easily guess, the millions of crackers burst throughout the country result in a drastic increase in air pollution.
But the cooler temperatures of winter also play a crucial role. During summers, warm air rises faster, leaving the lower levels relatively cleaner. In colder months, due to a phenomenon called ‘winter inversion’, cool air and heavy pollutants are trapped closer to ground levels by the warmer air above.
This Diwali, you can protect yourself from PM 2.5 pollutants that settle at ground level with these masks. Click here to purchase them now!
(Edited by Vinayak Hegde)
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