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Air Pollution and Skin Problems: How Are They Related?

It's no secret at this point that air pollution is bad for a huge number of reasons. From increasing the risk of cardiovascular disease to impacting the environment, pollutants in the air are responsible for problems that impact the planet and humans alike. One effect of pollution you might not be familiar with, however, is how it can impact your skin. In this post, we'll be taking a look at the connection between air pollution and skin problems, as well as what you can do to protect your skin from premature aging.  

  How Can Air Pollution and Skin Problems Be Related?

  The link between air pollution and skin problems is a relatively new field of research. By 2011, researchers had realized that contaminants in the atmosphere were having an effect on skin aging, but the full extent of the problem was unknown, as there are many factors that combine to age skin prematurely. More recently, however, the complete picture began to emerge. By 2016, it had become clear that air pollution was not just contributing to skin problems and early aging, but may in fact be the primary cause.   The ways in which polluted air causes skin issues can vary widely. On the whole, however, the mechanism involves absorption of airborne toxins into the skin, which acts as a protective tissue to the rest of the body. Over time, this contamination leads to a variety of skin problems, particularly wrinkles.  

  What Can You Do?

  If you're worried about the condition of your skin, protecting it from air pollution is of the utmost importance. Since you can't control the air in the city or state around you, the best place to tackle the problem is in your home. Keeping your home air free of pollutants is by far the best way to mitigate the effects of air pollution on your skin.   To do this, you'll need a combination HEPA and carbon filtration air purifier, like the IQAir HealthPro Plus, Field Controls TRIO or Austin Air HealthMate Plus. These purifiers will remove both particles and gases, keeping your home air healthy and safe for your skin.   Still have questions about using an air purifier to prevent air pollution from causing skin problems? Feel free to contact us directly for answers and personalized product recommendations.    

Fall Allergy Season 2017: What You Need to Know to Be Prepared

With September now entering its second week and cooler weather beginning to settle in in many parts of the country, it's time to think about getting ready for fall allergy season 2017. Already, ragweed pollen is beginning to give people runny, itchy noses in some areas. Here are some of the things you need to know to be ready for fall allergies this year.  

  Will Fall Allergy Season 2017 Be Worse Than Usual?

  Although there will not be more ragweed pollen than usual this year, the fact that August was unusually dry may increase its effects somewhat. When there is less moisture in the air, pollen is less likely to be held down, much like dust or any other fine particulate. This means that ragweed pollen is more likely to get blown into your home earlier in the season. Because autumn is usually fairly dry after late September, however, this won't make fall allergy season 2017 that much worse than usual.  

  How Can You Fight Fall Allergies?

  If you are allergic to ragweed pollen, there are several ways you can protect yourself from being exposed to too much of it:  
  • Keep windows closed during the day, when pollen production is at its peak
  • Hire a service to collect your leaves so that you won't have to be outside all day doing yard work
  • Exercise indoors until fall allergy season starts to wind down
  • Avoid drinking alcohol, which can make you more susceptible to allergies
  For even better protection during fall allergy season 2017, you can also use a HEPA air purifier to get rid of any pollen that manages to get into your home. By removing pollen from your home air, you can drastically reduce the amount of it your will be exposed to on a daily basis. It's a particularly good idea to use an air purifier in your bedroom, since allergies can make it hard to sleep.   For the best units, check out our complete list of air purifiers for allergies. Each of these units has been selected by us for its ability to effectively remove pollen and other particles from the air around you. Still have questions about how to use air purifiers to protect yourself during fall allergy season 2017? Don't worry, we're here to help. Feel free to send us your questions, and we'll provide personalized product recommendations tailored to your needs

Blueair Blue Pure 211 Upgrades With New Carbon Filter

One of the top units released in 2017, the Blueair Blue Pure 211 compact air purifier has become immensely popular with our customers around the world. By offering high-quality HEPA filtration in a small, budget-friendly package, the 211 has emerged as one of the leading air purifiers for small spaces. Now, Blueair has made this unit even better by adding a foldable carbon filter. The new version is known as the Blueair Blue Pure 211+.  

  How Does a Carbon Filter Improve the Blueair Blue Pure 211?

  The original version of the Blueair Blue Pure 211 offered excellent particulate filtration that was capable of removing particles like pollen, dust, dander and mold spores from the air. What it lacked, however, was the ability to remove gaseous contaminants. With the new carbon filter, the Blueair Blue Pure 211+ has the ability to remove low levels of VOCs, gases and odors. Though not as powerful as specialized VOC units, the 211+ offers good protection from everyday airborne gases. This makes it substantially more versatile than the original 211.  

  What Has Stayed the Same?

  Beyond the addition of the carbon filter, everything else about the original 211 remains the same. The unit still covers 540 square feet and offers the same great HEPA filtration it always did. Like the original, the Blueair Blue Pure 211+ can still be purchased with washable prefilters in a variety of different colors. It also still features 360-degree air intake for optimal performance. Best of all, the Blueair Blue Pure 211+ is still extremely quiet, making it perfect for bedrooms, offices and other areas that require clean air at low noise levels.  

See Full Specs and Pricing for the Blueair Blue Pure 211+

  Have questions about the Blueair Blue Pure 211+ or any other air purifier we offer? Don't worry, we're here to help. Feel free to contact us, and we'll be happy to help you pick out the best air purifier for your needs.        

Oregon Wildfires: Protecting Yourself from Forest Fire Air Pollution

As a series of wildfires run throughout southern Oregon, ash and smoke are being produced at an extremely high rate. These contaminants, even in small quantities, can have significant negative impacts on human health. When produced by large fires like these, they can greatly reduce air quality for miles around. Here's what you need to know about the Oregon wildfires in terms of their impact on your health and the quality of the air around you.  

  How Does a Wildfire Impact Health?

  Though almost all outside air has at least some contaminants in it, they are usually confined to pollen, dust and other such common particles. When a major wildfire breaks out, smoke and ash are pumped into the nearby atmosphere. The result is air that can damage respiratory health, especially in the elderly or those who have a major respiratory condition such as asthma. High levels of air pollution have even been shown to be contributing factors to diseases like diabetes and heart disease.  

  Dealing With the Impacts of the Oregon Wildfires

  If you want to keep yourself and your family safe from the negative health impacts of the Oregon wildfires, you have two options. The first is to get away from the affected areas. Needless to say, this isn't an option that most people in the areas near the fires will be able to exercise, since it involves considerable expense and disruption of normal life. A more practical solution is to control the air quality inside of your home and to stay indoors as much as possible, thus limiting your exposure to the smoke and ash filling the air outside.   The best way to do this is to keep your windows closed and to keep an air purifier running inside your house at all times. Since we know there are many people living in the affected areas who may never have used or thought about buying an air purifier before, we here at US Air Purifiers have put together a list of our recommended units that will be the most effective at dealing with the particulates created by the Oregon wildfires and which can be shipped to affected areas most quickly:  
  • EnviroKlenz Air Purifer: Our top-of-the-line purifier for removing gases and VOCs from the air around you. EnviroKlenz also makes personal air filtration masks that can keep you safe when you go outside. Get a free pack of three masks when you buy the EnviroKlenz air purifier.
  • Austin Air HealthMate Plus: Offering mixed HEPA and carbon filters, the Austin Air Healthmate plus is a great solution for removing both ash and gases from the air. Given its 1,500 square feet of coverage, the Healthmate Plus is perfect unit for medium-sized homes and large apartments in the affected areas.
  • IQAir GC Multigas: Another great option for home air purification during wildfires is the IQAir GC plus, an air purifier that effectively removes gases and odors while also eliminating even the smallest particles with HyperHEPA technology.
Other excellent air purifiers for wildfire use include the Blueair Pro L (with additional SmokeStop filter), the Field Controls TRIO and the Rabbit Air Minus A2.   Another element of ensuring you are safe from the smoke and ash is knowing just how much your area is being affected. For a specific measure of home air quality, we recommend the Foobot personal indoor air quality monitor. This easy to use device will generate reports on your home's air quality and deliver them directly to your smartphone via an app. For a limited time, the purchase of a Foobot will entitle the buyer to $100 off of the Field Controls TRIO of 10% off of any other residential air purifier.

Top Air Purifier Brands: Your Guide to the Leading Manufacturers

Here at the US Air Purifiers blog, we've done many posts highlighting the features of individual air purifiers and groups of air purifiers for specific uses. What we haven't yet done, however, is a comprehensive guide to our leading manufacturers. Each company that makes air purification systems is a little different and offers different features. If you're having trouble deciding what brand you should choose, this post is for you. Here's our guide to our top air purifier brands and what makes them special.  

Airfree

Airfree Airfree is one of the most interesting air purifier brands because of its approach to making its units. Unlike traditional air purifiers, Airfree models use heated ceramic cores instead of filters to remove impurities from the air. This makes Airfree purifiers silent, compact and excellent for removing contaminants such as mold spores, pollen, viruses and bacteria. It also has the added advantage of making them completely maintenance-free, as opposed to traditional units that require filter changes from time to time. Though not well-suited for large spaces, Airfree units are great for bedrooms, apartments and other small spaces.  

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Airpura

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  Next in the line of our top air purifier brands is Airpura, a company that specializes in deep-cleaning units for larger spaces (up to 2,000 square feet). Airpura manufacturers many different models in order to meet the needs of different customers. Some use HEPA filters to eliminate particles, while others feature large carbon beds to remove VOCs, odors and gases. For customers who need medical-grade protection from viruses and bacteria, Airpura also makes a UV units that will neutralize a wide variety of pathogens.  

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AllerAir

  Like Airpura, AllerAir is a company defined by the wide selection of different units it offers to its customers. Models from this air purifier brand include features such as UV lights, medical-grade HEPA filters and high-volume carbon filters. Though most of AllerAir's models are made for larger spaces, the AirMed series includes small-space air purifiers that are perfect for individual rooms and some studio apartments.  

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Amaircare

  A maker of both residential and commercial air purifiers, Amaircare is one of the most popular air purifier brands we have the pleasure of offering to our customers. Part of what sets Amaircare apart from some other air purifier brands is its use of all-metal enclosures for its consumer units. Amaircare models also offer such useful features as dual HEPA and carbon filtration, filter change indicator lights and 360-degree intake. This brand is also favored by many customers for its cost effectiveness, as it offers purifiers for larger spaces at some of the most competitive price points on the market.  

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Blueair

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 One of the leading air purifier brands in the consumer space, Blueair's line of models offers both quality and value. From small units like the Blueair 211 to the Pro XL, these air purifiers deliver top performance. Blueair models are primarily based on HEPA purification and do an excellent job of removing particulates from spaces of various sizes. An air quality monitor, the Blueair Aware, can also be used to complement these units and give real-time insights into your home air quality.  

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EnviroKlenz

  A more recent addition to our line of top air purifier brands is EnviroKlenz. EnviroKlenz air purifiers use revolutionary technology to eliminate VOCs, odors and gases without releasing any chemicals back into the air. This makes them an excellent option for people who suffer from severe chemical sensitivities. Rolling casters can also be put on these units for easy mobility. For clean air on the go, EnviroKlenz offers high-quality air purifier masks.  

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Field Controls

  Although Field Controls does not offer the wide array of different models some air purifier brands do, its flagship TRIO unit is one of the best air purifiers on the market. Offering medical-grade filtration, the Field Controls TRIO eliminates dust, dander, mold spores, bacteria, viruses, VOCs, gases, odors, pollen and most other common contaminants. If you're looking for a hospital-grade unit that you can use at home, Field Controls is one of the options you should definitely have on your list.  

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IQAir

  Our most recent addition, IQAir, offers some of the quietest, most effective air purifiers out there at the moment. Designed specifically for sound dampening, these models operate at extremely low volume levels. At the same time, IQAir sets itself apart from other top air purifier brands with its HyperHEPA filters capable of removing particles as small as 0.003 microns in diameter.  

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Rabbit Air

  Last, but most certainly not least, comes Rabbit Air. Rabbit manufacturers the BioGS 2.0 and Minus A2, two of the most popular air purifiers for consumer-level use. These units offer a combination of HEPA and carbon filtration, as well as quiet operation. Better still, both are compact enough to be used even in rooms without much extra space. The Minus A2 can even be wall mounted and comes with a side mood light to make it more aesthetically pleasing.  

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Still Need Help Choosing Between the Top Air Purifier Brands?

  With so many great brands available, we know it can be hard to choose just one. That's why we're happy to answer any question you may have about the air purifiers we carry. Feel free to contact us, and we'll help you pick out the right air purifier for your personal needs.  

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Some of our most popular brands are Amaircare, Austin Air, Airfree, Airpura, AllerAir, Blueair, Electrocorp, EnviroKlenz, Field Controls, Rabbit Air, Sunpentown, Vortex Desk Lamp, and Foobot and more.  Our product line consist of but is not limited to the following home comfort products: air purifiers, air purifier filters, humidifiers, and portable air conditioners.

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