Stefan Valdobrev was among the first to install an aromatherapy filter
“You wear them with pleasure – you just have to change the filters. It has a scent of lavender, mint and citrus. I chose lavender and so I watched the performances in Plovdiv in 4D… It was full of zen! ”- a year ago the actor and musician Stefan Valdobrev commented on his Facebook profile first impressions of the innovative mask with aromatherapy effect.
A Bulgarian boutique lab invented them
The Bulgarian Butoque Herbal Lab IMMUNIS, which develops various recipes with natural products, extracts and makes comprehensive programs to increase immunity, received a patent for the aromatherapy masks they invented. They protect against various pathogenic microorganisms, viruses, dirty air, have a detox effect and successfully replace inhalations by cleansing the respiratory tracts.
Masks and filters are unique
The masks are made of neoprene and have a pocket in which the filter is placed. It is treated with silver water to preserve the qualities of the used aromatic herbs and plants. The filters are in three aromatic variants:
– The scent of lavender relaxes and has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. It relieves stress, anxiety, fatigue, helps with insomnia and soothes headaches.
– Mint has a calming effect on the nervous system, is effective for pain, refreshes and improves brain function and concentration, and also acts as an antiseptic.
– Citrus aroma has an invigorating effect, tones, increases the body’s defenses against infections and regulates blood pressure levels.
Not recommended for people who are allergic to these odors.
How they are used
The filters are changed every 12 hours – if the scent seems too strong, you can let the mask “breathe” for 30 minutes, the boutique laboratory explains.
It is important to keep the unused filters tightly closed and after you use them, to remove and wash the mask with lukewarm water only – without detergents and by hand. No dryer should be used, though it can be ironed, as long as it is on the inside and at low temperature.
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