Indoor Air Quality

Ever wondered about the quality of the air you breathe? Since 90% of our time is spent indoors (Health Canada) and good air being an essential component of good health, indoor air purity at home or at work is crucial.

But what impairs the quality of indoor air? First culprit: biological pollutants – living organisms like dust mites and mold. Then there are chemical pollutants – gases or particles from cigarette smoke, combustion systems, building materials, household products and cosmetics. And last but not least: poor ventilation, especially in confined spaces.

Here are a few tips to help rid your indoor air of pollutants:

  • Don't smoke in the house
  • Ensure a relative humidity level of about 50% in summer and 30% in winter
  • Keep heating systems and chimneys clean and well-maintained
  • When weather permits, change the indoor air by opening your doors and windows
  • Use products that help purify the air

To clean up the air around your home, your office and even your car, use the LOTUS AROMA Ambiance Mists. These fine products abound in essential oils with traditionally-recognized antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-parasitic properties. Their gentle fragrances do not simply cover up odours: they actually purify the ambient air.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday Season to you and your family!