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Over the last few months I've inadvertently collated an arsenal of "air care" devices that sit like marksmen in my house, protecting me from the evils of pollution. For those who aren't familiar with the term, air care is a growing wellness sector, the primary concern of which is the enhancement of air quality and smell…

…According to recent research by Mintel, more than 50 per cent of Londoners are concerned about pollution and more than 85 per cent have used an air-care product in the last 12 months.

It's hardly surprising; earlier this year, the director general of the World Health Organisation described air pollution as "one of the most pernicious threats to global public health", and more than 40 British cities are currently breaching safe limits. Aside from the documented health risks, including links to heart attacks, lung disease and asthma, pollution also accelerates the skin's ageing processes…

…Alongside the technology, there are more literal interpretations of air care. Boost Oxygen provides slick, pressurised oxygen canisters, each one supplying up to 150 inhalations that claim to improve everything from concentration to immunity…

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"...Insufficient oxygen means insufficient biological energy that can result in anything from mild fatigue to life threatening disease.The link between insufficient oxygen and disease has now been firmly established. The more oxygen we have in our system, the more energy we produce."

Dr. W. Spencer Way Journal of the American Association of Physicians

"I tried Boost Oxygen for the first time at the opening round at Brands Hatch while competing in the Porsche Club Championship. What a difference it made! I had my best ever qualifying and race result as well as my fastest lap time. I will certainly be using Boost Oxygen in the future."

Karim Semi-professional Racing Driver