Curad Antiviral Facemask
Whether you are caring for your sick family members or are looking to protect your own health, the Curad Antiviral Facemask will give you the protection you need, working hard to keep harmful germs away from you and your loved ones.
What is the Curad Antiviral Facemask?
The Curad Antiviral Facemask is the industry?s first and only FDA cleared antiviral facemask. The mask is highly unique compared to all other masks in that it works to inactivate 99.99% of lab tested Influenza A and B viruses within five minutes contact. The mask incorporates trace amounts of t3 powerful yet safe ingredients ? citric acid, copper and zinc, all of which are toxic to harmful pathogens and perfectly safe for humans. Citric acid on the outer surface of the mask quickly wicks droplets away from the surface and begins to inactivate active viruses contained in cough and sneeze droplets. As contaminated droplets move through the outer surface, viruses hit the second layer of the mask where they are trapped. Copper and zinc ions embedded in the mask attack and destroy trapped viruses, leaving the mask clear of 99.99% of Influenza A and B viruses.
When should I Use the Curad Antiviral Facemask?
Harmful viruses can spread quickly through coughing and sneezing, putting individuals and the surrounding environments in the direct path of these germs. Parents or caretakers of young and/or sick children can help prevent the spread of germs by wearing the antiviral mask. Similarly, caregivers of the elderly, ill, or immune compromised patients can help protect those individuals by wearing the mask. The Curad antiviral mask is safe to use and is the only mask that will protect to a higher degree by inactivating harmful and contaminating viruses.
What are the proper guidelines for wearing a facemask?
Wear a facemask when coming within six feet of a sick person
Position the earloops around the ears to keep the mask firmly in place over the nose, mouth and chin
Wear a facemask before going near other people if you have the flu
If you have the flu and need to see the doctor, wear a facemask to protect others in the waiting room
Consider wearing a mask in crowded settings if the flu is widespread in your community or if you are at high risk for flu complications
When you are done wearing the mask, throw it away and wash your hands
The face mask incorporates three simple, safe and natural ingredients, citric acid, zinc and copper to inactivate flu viruses
The mask's outer layer has a specially-designed coating made with citric acid
Inactivates harmful pathogens, including imminent strains of influenza, such as H1N1, avian flu and swine flu