When breathing clean air is a vital necessity

Protect yourself

The first mask that protects people whose lives depend on the quality of the air they breathe

You have respiratory pathologies, you are immunocompromised, you suffer from chronic illnesses, you are professionals exposed to chemical pollutants, you live in a big city, you use public transport, you practice outdoor sports in urban environment, you want complete protection against Sars-CoV-2.
Thanks to its exceptional performance, the AIRXÔM mask is designed for you.

The AIRXÔM mask is suitable for all people for whom air pollution represents a major risk to their health:

People with pathologies:

  • respiratory such as: asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, other chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases,
  • heart disease such as: coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, peripheral arterial disease,
  • chronic such as diabetes, etc.

People vulnerable to viral and bacterial infections:

  • adults with certain forms of chronic diseases: immune weakness due to a pathology or treatment, high blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases, diseases of the lungs and respiratory tract, cancer, obesity (BMI ≥ 35), kidney failure , liver cirrhosis, etc.
  • people with heart conditions,
  • people with chronic conditions such as diabetes,
  • elderly,
  • pregnant women,
  • adults with trisomy 21, etc.

Healthcare professionals:

  • medical professions: doctors, midwives and odontologists, etc.
  • pharmacy professions: community and hospital pharmacists, etc.
  • medical auxiliary professions: nurses, masseurs-physiotherapists, podiatrists-podiatrists, occupational therapists and psychomotor therapists, etc.

Professionals exposed to chemical pollutants in many sectors of activity:

  • civil security,
  • industries using certain chemicals,
  • conventional agriculture, etc.

People wishing to protect themselves from viral risks: SARS-CoV-2, Covid-19, etc.

Inhabitants of polluted metropolises around the world.

Users of public transport.

Athletes practicing outdoors in urban areas: running, cycling, etc.

The AIRXÔM mask acts on both inspiration and expiration, it protects the wearer of the mask but also those around them. This double-flow filtration makes the AIRXÔM mask an essential ally for those accompanying fragile people.

First protect people whose lives depend on the air they breathe.

People with chronic pathologies

Do you have asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease? Are you immunocompromised? You are allergic to pollen or mold.

Health professionals

You carry out your activities in high-risk environments: hospitals, medical centers, in contact with fragile or contagious patients, near sophisticated medical equipment. You must protect yourself and your patients effectively.

Seniors

You get out of breath quickly, you have age-related respiratory problems, you fear poor air quality when traveling.

Public transport users

You regularly use public transport (metro, bus, train). You have to fly. You regularly cross overcrowded and risky areas (train stations, airports, metro stations).

Athletes

You practice a sporting activity in an urban environment (running, cycling, team sports, etc.) and you want to protect yourself against atmospheric pollution.

Urban people

You travel in the city center, by motorbike, bicycle, scooter, scooter or on foot. You feel discomfort or you want to protect yourself against the air pollution present in the city.

Recycling

Free mask recovery and recycling

Free return

Within 30 days

Secure payment

Via Stripe

Pre-order available, delivery from May 2022

A responsible approach

Recovery and recycling of masks: AIRXÔM’s commitment

The question of recycling and the environmental impact of the mask is at the heart of our concerns.
AIRXÔM plans to set up a recycling system for all the components of the mask.

You will be notified when the mask needs to be changed, 3 years after its activation date. You can send it back to us free of charge so that it can be recycled.

You will then benefit from a 25% reduction on the public price for the acquisition of a new mask.