Some rare good news out of the last year or so has been that our masking up and socially distancing has helped keep the flu and other respiratory infections at bay. And whether you need to protect your health, or just don't want to get sick, the Respokare Flu-Fighter Masks can help protect yourself and others.
Typically selling for $69, you can get a 30 Pack of Respokare Flu-Fighter Masks on sale for only $39.99.
We've been masking up for the last year for two reasons. The first is that even simple masks, in combination with social distancing and staying home if you're not feeling well, help keep others' germs out. The second, and far more important, step is that they keep us from spreading our germs to others.
That makes slipping on a mask in crowded situations, indoors or outdoors, a useful public health tool, and the Respokare mask ups the protection with four layers.
First, the outer layer of the mask helps trap microorganisms that may be pulled towards you when you breathe. For those that get through, the active layer greets them with copper and zinc ions. These ions have been shown to have anti-microbial properties, which, by the way, is why so many door handles are made of zinc or copper alloys like brass.
The filter layer helps block out anything that manages to get through the first two, while the inner layer is built to make the mask comfortable to wear all day. The mask is latex-free, as well, so everyone can breathe easier
Each layer protects as you breath in and breathe out, trapping the germs that put you and others at risk. Once you're done, throw it away in a sealed container. While there's no perfect way to avoid all bugs, a good mask will make it harder for them to get a foothold.
Get the Respokare Flu-Fighter Mask for $39.99 (reg. $69), 42% off.
Prices subject to change.
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