Zap Harmful Toxins With Airocide Air Purifier

With everything from pollen and dust to mold spores and pet dander floating around your home, just waiting to get sucked into your lungs, you're going to want a top-notch air purifier — especially if you have allergies. Though many models on the market are ugly and take up room, the Airocide Air Purifier looks more like a piece of modern art. Plus, it claims to rid the air of more toxins than its competitors, including viruses, VOCs (volatile organic compounds, like gases emitted from paint and cleaners), odors, and smoke. Airocide draws in airborne pathogens and forces them into a matrix of reactive catalysts that are activated by a high intensity 254-nanometer light. Because nothing is actually captured, there's no filter to clean — polluted air goes in, clear air with zero ozone emissions comes out.

Mila Pantovich

Mila Pantovich lives in San Diego, CA with whatever animals she is fostering at the time. With a degree in Literature/Writing and a Minor in Film Studies, she holds a marketing position at a prestigious law firm and has written for several publications, including JustLuxe, Citizine and Huffington Post. In her spare time she writes film reviews for various online publications, works on a creative n...(Read More)

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