Common sources of air pollution include diesel or petrol-powered vehicles, power plants and open fires. Even indoors, we are not safe from the dangers of air pollution: smoking, gas stoves, paint fumes and household cleaning products also contribute to the worrying condition of air cleanliness.
^ based on clinical efficacy study on PM 2.5 particles
Did you know – pollution affects a staggering 80% of urbanites! And because of constant exposure to this poor-quality air filled with micro-pollutants, our skin experiences 60% moisture loss after just 7 days!
One of the most concerning pollutants with skin-damaging effects is Particulate Matter (PM). Research has shown that any PM with a diameter of 10 microns or less (≤ PM10) can penetrate through the skin, causing serious health issues, and one of the biggest skin’s enemies within this range is PM2.5.