As the kids head back to school, many of you will be thinking about how best to create that perfect study environment. According to researchers from The Royal College of Agriculture in the UK, having house plants in your child’s work space improves air quality and can increase their ability to focus by up to 70%. They also claim plants can improve creativity and help to reduce stress.

And it doesn’t stop there, plants naturally release moisture into the air, helping to improve humidity levels. Which can in turn have a positive impact on our respiratory health, reduce dry throats and cold symptoms. And to top it off, they look great too.

But if you want to guarantee the air quality in your home really is the best it can be, an  air purifier, designed to remove up to 99.9% of airborne contaminants is the way to go.


Visit our products page to find out which air purifier is best for you.