Having a mom who’s very much into green and healthy living, I almost always get lectures about the different ways my family and I can be healthier and less prone to sickness. And I’ve heard about negative ions from her even before I can across the Ionic Purifier. So when I was given a chance to try it out, I did not hesitate.
Plug into a clean, healthy home with Ionic Purifiers. These innovative negative ion generators allow you to experience the energetic benefits of negative ions at home. Negative ions are organically generated in nature and when surrounded by them, they increase oxygen to the brain to help alleviate depression, relieve stress, and boost daytime energy.
Negative ions bond to positive particles in the air removing household allergens, like dust, mold spores, pet dander and even tobacco smoke. These Ionic Purifiers are superior to deodorizers since they remove the source — leaving the air fresher, cleaner and healthier.
The Ionic Purifier comes in White, Pink and Beige. The one I received was Beige and once I got it, I just had to take it out of the packaging, plug it in and voila! It was that easy! Just leave it plugged in so it can do its job.
I initially plugged it in to an outlet near my bedside table. And in the few days that I’ve had it on, I can say that it has helped make me feel more energized — I feel like I can accomplish more things on my to-do list. And maybe because I felt that way, I actually did accomplish more things. Now I can’t really give empirical proof of how much negative ions the Ionic Purifier emits but Purely Products says you check it with an air ion counter which you can purchase online. But I know that I’ve felt its positive effects on me.
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