Protection from Poor Air Quality with Air Purifier Face Masks

Indoors and outdoors, poor air quality can be caused by weather, climate, pollution, mold, cars, dust, and more. Check the app on your phone to see when you should be masking up in one of our 94-99%+ high filtration efficiency masks before heading out.

High Filtration and Reusable Face Masks: Look to our high protection, recyclable face masks like the KF94, KN95, & N95 to keep you safe from the dangers of poor air quality. All of these masks can later be recycled through our sustainable program using the prepaid return shipping label.

Frequently Asked Questions

What causes poor air quality?+

Poor air quality can be found inside & outside. Things like dust and mold inside and cars, manufacturing, and other pollutants outside.

What am I inhaling that is harmful?+

Things like ​​ozone smog and particle pollution—tiny particles from ash, pollen, power plants, fuel burning appliances, soil dust, factories, vehicle exhaust, mold, and other pollutants. Check your local Air Quality Index (AQI) to see when you should protect yourself. Learn More

What is the best mask to combat poor air quality?+

A snug-fitting high protection mask like our KN95, N95, or KF94 are all good choices to preserve your health.

When should I wear a mask?+

Check your weather app to see local conditions and be prepared when you are traveling. Masks reduce the risk to your respiratory health. Take steps to protect yourself and avoid prolonged exposure.

Customer Questions & Answers

Q: Are these masks NIOSH approved?

A: Only N95 Masks are covered by the American standard NIOSH -42CFR84 , drawn up by NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health), the American body responsible for certifying the actual effectiveness of filtering facial devices. Please note all VIDA masks are thoroughly tested to ensure their filtration efficiency levels of 94%-99%+. FDA Listed Mask with KN95 Protection Test Reports

Q: Are these masks FDA Approved?

A: Our N95 Masks are FDA Approved. Our KN95 and KF94 Masks are not. They are manufactured in an FDA Registered facility. They are all thoroughly tested to ensure their filtration efficiency levels of 94%-99%+. FDA Listed Mask with KN95 Protection Test Reports

Q: What are the differences between N95 & KN95?

A: Both mask types offer the highest protection with a filtration efficiency of 95%-99% for the smallest particles up to 0.3micron, but the N95 has a strap that goes around the back of the head while the KN95 has two ear straps. N95s & KN95s both have an adjustable nose-bridge to secure a snug fit. The N95 masks are tested and approved by NIOSH for medical use.

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