This breathable face mask protects against particulate matter

In certain situations, we’d all like to be more certain that the air we’re breathing is safe. Construction sites, the subway during flu season, and sidewalks next to congested highways are all dangerous to our health. Wouldn’t it be great if there were one reliable, comfortable face mask you could wear when you’re faced with less-than healthy conditions? A breathable face mask can help.

This breathable face mask protects against particulate matter
O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask Outside

Despite the COVID-19 risk, you might still need to leave your home to go grocery shopping every week. And each time you go, you’re a little nervous you’ll come into contact with the virus. You’re starting to wonder if you should buy something to protect yourself. If not for the current times, then later, when the world is up and running again. Because, when you think of it, there are harmful particles in the air all the time. A breathable face mask might not be such a bad idea.

The air we breathe contains particulate matter, a mixture of liquid droplets and solid particles found in the air. The EPA says that some of the particles—like dust, soot, dirt, or smoke—we can see. Others are so small that we can only observe them through an electron microscope. But they’re there. And much of it is pollution that can cause serious health problems. We all want the air we breathe to be the best possible quality. The makers of the O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask understand that. This mask protects against particulate matter and is comfortable to wear.

Protect yourself against particulate matter

The O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask provides a premium breathing experience. With electrostatic filters, this breathable mask can protect wearers against particulate matter down to 0.1 microns. That’s pretty small. Since fine inhalable particles are 2.5 microns and smaller, these masks should protect you from inhaling many of those. So if you wear the O2 Curve when you’re walking next to congested streets you’ll avoid breathing in many of the harmful chemicals emitted by cars, pavement, and smokestacks.

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask on a Woman

A good seal is important

You’re not the only one who worries that a surgical mask is a little lose-fitting. Those masks don’t protect the wearer. They protect the patient. So if you’re looking for a way to shield your airways while you’re out and about, you’ll need something that fits tightly over your mouth and nose. The O2 Curve breathable facemask boasts a medical-grade silicone seal. This means it has a secure fit and provides even better protection than an N95 mask. So while you’re running errands, you won’t have to worry about shifting your mask. The silicone will keep it in place.

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask on a Woman Outside

You’ll still be able to breathe

Another downside to surgical masks is that they often obstruct the wearer’s breathing. With this breathable face mask’s cupped shape, however, that won’t be a problem. The O2 Curve leaves space over your nose and mouth, allowing you to breathe easily while still protecting you from particulate matter and airborne germs.

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask on a Man

Adjust the straps for your best fit

Another problem with surgical masks is those flimsy, uncomfortable bands that you have to stretch over your ears. This breathable mask has a remedy for that too—adjustable straps. So no matter the size of your head, you can adjust the O2 Curve for the most comfortable fit. And we all know that if something is comfortable, we’re more likely to keep wearing it. What’s more, the mask also has soft silicone ear loops that won’t mess up your hairstyle. The ear loops even have a magnetic clip.

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask on a Woman in a Jeep

What will you get with your O2 Curve?

Your breathable face mask will come with a free 3-pack of electrostatic filters. Since each filter lasts about two weeks, that’s six free weeks of protection. The company also has a 30-day money-back guarantee. So if you aren’t happy with your mask, you can return it for a full refund. You’ll also get a choice of shell colors: white, black, blue, and red. Your mask can fit your style.

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask on a Woman in the Subway

What we love about the O2 Curve

We love that this breathable face mask protects wearers from breathing in harmful airborne particles, allergens, viruses, and bacteria. The air can be detrimental, and this gadget shields us from what we can’t see. Also, we love the tight-fitting silicone seal, which lets us know we’re getting the ultimate protection while we’re out.

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask

O2 Curve Breathable Face Mask on a Woman Sitting Outside

What would we love to see

For the moment, the O2 Curve is only available for adults. However, poor air quality can be particularly harmful to children. For this reason, we’d love to see future versions of this protective gadget that are suitable for the younger generations. If they could design matching father/child or mother/child masks, that would be kind of adorable. It would also make mask-wearing less of a scary experience for little ones.

Where can you buy the O2 Curve?

The O2 Curve costs $69.99, and you can buy it on the company’s official website.

Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she's not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters.
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