You probably saw the headlines over the weekend warning that toxic fumes from the recycled air in aeroplanes pose a health risk for passengers and aircrew.
Senior coroner for Dorset Stanhope Payne, inquiring into the death of BA pilot Richaard Westgate , said people regularly exposed to fumes circulating in planes faced “consequential damage to their health”.
Many of you have called to ask for our recommendations to combat these aerotoxins and I’ve chosen three good items here that can help protect against the excess oil particles that enter the cabin’s air supply.
Please take a moment to check out these filters and masks, particularly if you have asthma, COPD, other respiratory problems or chemical sensitivity or are a frequent flyer.
- Tiny, lightweight and silent
- Oxidises chemical contaminants
- Carbonises and vaporises particulates
- Scientifically tested by leading aerosol scientists at the University of Cincinnati’s Department of Environmental Health and peer-reviewed results published in leading scientific journals
- Wear round your neck or clip to a pocket
- Traps airborne particulates
- Absorbs gaseous pollutants
- Almost undetectable
- 3 sizes + Trial pack
- Available VAT Free