Show Your Smile Again! World's First Clear FDA Registered, N99+ UV-C Mask

Personally, I miss breathing normally and I also miss sharing my crooked smile to the world. So if you’re more like me, then you will be thrilled by the “Leaf: The World’s First Transparent FDA Registered, N99-+ UV-C Sterilyzing Fog-proof Smart Mask”. (Their words, btw). 

You can “Leaf” your frown on the ground and show off your smile again as there’s a few days left to contribute and reserve your own “Leaf” mask from the popular crowdfunding site, Indiegogo the link highlighted here. I think the prices are reasonable as the mask set “Perks” start at just $49.00 plus shipping costs around $7.00 and the price goes up if you buy more masks and filters etc.

Remember, there’s no guarantee as is any crowdsourced fundraising invention (here is the disclaimer folks)! if you’ve ever invested you know there is always a risk of losing your contribution and not getting your “perk” (mask). Having said that, I don’t believe there’s much to worry about IMO. The original floating goal on Indiegogo was $30,000. They have surpassed well over $2 million. FYI, there are only a few days left to get in on this groundbreaking mask, so you can check it out and decide again here’s their link.

Redcliffe Healthcare, The company behind the clear masks state:

“Stepping into bridge this gap is the LEAF Mask, which is the world’s first FDA-registered, clear mask to have N99-standard air filtering abilities as well as a self-purifying feature, thanks to a built-in UV-C light. The LEAF wants you to be able to reconnect with your loved ones by staying safe behind the LEAF Transparent Face Mask. In short, you stay safe and you keep others safe, while still understanding their expressions. It enables us to be as close to “normal” as we can be right now.”

I couldn’t agree more.

 Yes. I took the risk and spent the $49.00 bucks. Unfortunately, their July shipment is booked so I’m going to have to wait until August or September. I still look at it as an investment and if we ever get through this, I do have horrible allergies!  Thoughts? 

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