CLEAN UP YOUR AIR
Purify Your Surroundings With Air Purifiers For Your Home, Office, And Personal Space
From Dyson to Levoit, the right air purifiers will change the way you spend time at home, whether you’re sleeping, binging, or cooking.
It’s time to clean up your act and your air is a good place to start. From smokers blowing garbage into the air around your place to natural allergens, dander, and pollen, air purifiers are a great answer to the many agents trying to make you sneeze. So we compiled some of the best-selling and most versatile purifiers.
Levoit’s Home Air Purifier, $73 on Amazon: This No.1 best-selling HEPA filter air purifier lets you customize its speed and brightness, and will get rid of dust, allergens, pollen, odors, and more.
Pure Cool Me Personal Purifying Fan, $350 at Dyson: Perfect for your desk, nightstand, or kitchen counter, this is Dyson’s answer to purifiers. A HEPA filter helps reduce virtually all allergens and Dyson’s airflow tech then spits out clean, springy air.
Conway’s Mighty Air Purifier, $162 on Amazon: Of the best sellers, this purifier has to be the best looking. Highly customizable and styled to fit any room, Conway’s take includes HEPA filtration and gives you real-time air monitoring data.
Portable Air Purifier, $99 at the Pure Company: Take a purifier on the go with you or keep one handy at home and ready to clean the air around you wherever the day might take you — and it might be a good idea to throw in a custom blend oil set for the purifier’s essential oil features.
Levoit’s Large Room Air Purifier, $400 on Amazon: Meant for larger areas, whether whole apartments or houses, popular air purifying brand Levoit’s latest is high-tech (including advanced filtration from HEPA to activated-carbon) and easy-to-use. What’s more, it’s designed to both look great anywhere you put it in the house and easy to move. A display lets you easily schedule, automate, and monitor the air quality around it.
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