With mask-wearing the norm in Singapore as we look forward to Phase 3 and rules on groups and outings easing up, residents here will cheer that they can now get their hands on Livinguard masks – which will make a great gift for themselves or their loved ones, thanks to Livinguard’s proprietary hygiene technology that destroys >99.9% of SARS-Cov-21, the virus that causes COVID-19.
LIVINGUARD MASKS AVAILABLE NOW
These masks make a great gift because they have been treated with the Livinguard technology to create a positive charge outside of the material that destroys the negatively charged bacteria and viruses. The positive charge is more powerful than the negative charge of bacteria and viruses, causing them to give way and explode, leaving no charge left. Eventually these negative charges fall off or can be washed off.2 In fact, researchers from the Free University of Berlin have demonstrated that textiles treated with Livinguard Technology can destroy >99.9% of SARS-CoV-21, following similar findings from The University of Arizona, Tucson for efficacy against HCoV229e.3
Friends of the environment are also going to be happy to know that these masks can be reused multiple times before washing, as the fabric continuously captures and destroys microorganisms with no compromise on safety or efficacy. The masks are also durable and sustainable since they can be used up to 210 times, when used daily and washed weekly as recommended.
A great way to protect yourself and your loved ones!
Livinguard AG is a hygiene technology company that develops technologies to equip textiles and other materials with self-disinfecting properties. Livinguard has developed a durable, safe and independently tested antiviral and antimicrobial technology that destroys viruses and bacteria, permanently and continuously, including SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19).
The company is headquartered in Zug, Switzerland and its laboratories are located in Gams, Switzerland. Livinguard also maintains operations in the USA, India, Singapore, Germany, Japan and South Africa.