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    Can plants really purify air?

     

    We all know plants provide the oxygen needed for life on Earth. But can they remove pollutants and toxins from the air in your home, too?

     

    It’s a question NASA has looked into *1. And they’ve found some promising results. But, of course, your home is not a space station.

    (We assume.) It has doors and windows and ventilation. The air in your home is completely exchanged for new outside air about once an hour. So the results achieved in a NASA laboratory can’t exactly be reproduced in your living room.

    Improves air humidity level
    Nonetheless, here are some popular houseplants found to have a positive impact on the air in your home.

    Spider Plant


    Virtually effortless to grow.

    Start with one and you’ll have a house full in no time! 

    Spider plant

    Dracaena


    The dragon tree is easy to grow and perfect for newcomers to indoor gardening.
    Dracaena

    Ficus Tree


    Add a little zen to your home!

    The tree that Buddha attained enlightenment under was a species of ficus.

    Ficus Tree

    Peace Lily


    Popular in the bedroom as it grows well in low light, but you’ll get more blooms near a window.
    Peace Lily

    The right solutions for your home

    Air Purifiers

    Philips shop price
    From*: £400.00
    Air purifiers
    including pollen, pet dander, dust, dustmite, mold and even nano-sized harmful particles
    The effectiveness of an Air Purifier is measured by its clean air delivery rate, or CADR. That defines how much cubic meter of clean air is being delivered every hour.
    Unique AeraSense technology makes your indoor air quality visible at a glance. A numerical allergen index and color ring make clear even the slightest changes in air quality in real time.
    Automatically monitors  and purifies the air
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    Philips shop price

    Air Humidifiers

    Unfortunately this product is no longer available

    From*: £150.00
    Air humidifiers
    without spreading bacteria or white dust
    without leaving wet patches on the furniture
    Unique AeraSense technology makes your indoor air quality visible at a glance. A numerical allergen index and color ring make clear even the slightest changes in air quality in real time
    Automatically controls the humidity in a healthier level 
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    2-in-1 Air Purifier & Humidifier

    From*: £550.00
    Air purifier and humidifier
    and even nano-sized harmful particles
    The effectiveness of an Air Purifier is measured by its clean air delivery rate, or CADR. That’s the purifier’s maximum airflow (how much does it process) times its efficiency (how much does it capture).
    Unique AeraSense technology makes your indoor air quality visible at a glance. A numerical allergen index and color ring make clear even the slightest changes in air quality in real time.
    without spreading bacteria, white dust or wet patches. 
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    *Suggested retail price

    ** Tested on the filter media for 1 pass efficiency at 5.33cm/s air flow, by a third party lab.

    ***Microbial Reduction Rate Test conducted at Airmid Healthgroup Ltd. tested in a 28.5m3 test chamber contaminated with airborne Aspergillus niger mold spores within 60 minutes of operation.

    Boston Fern


    The famous fern likes light more than others, but needs its soil kept moist at all times.
    Boston Fern

    Snake Plant


    Effortless to grow, the “mother-in-law’s tongue” needs little more than good drainage to keep it going.
    Snake Plant

    Aloe Vera


    With antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, aloe is handy to have around for cuts and sunburns, too.
    Aloe Vera
    The fact is the homes we live in are breeding grounds for all sorts of unhealthy air pollutants. From furnishings and upholstery to paint and cleaning products, toxic compounds, like formaldehyde, are constantly being added to our indoor air. Add that to pollen, bacteria, mold spores and other polluting particles from the outside world, and you can understand why houseplants aren’t enough.
    Air in your home
    If you have concerns about the quality of the air in your home — because of allergens or pollutants — an air purifier is the most reliable way to protect yourself. Philips air purifiers work with true HEPA filters and Vitashield IPS active filtration technology to remove pollen, allergens and ultrafine particles as small as 0.02 microns. That’s over 99.9% of particles in the air — and that can truly help you breathe easier.