World’s first UV powered transparent mask wants people to reconnect safely

In order to make sure personal connections are not lost in these testing time, a US based company has launched the LEAF Mask, world’s first FDA-registered, clear mask. The mask has N99-standard air filtering abilities as well as a self-purifying feature, thanks to a built-in UV-C light. The LEAF wants people to be able to show off their smiles, while staying safe.

The LEAF’s most defining feature has to be its transparent construction. The unibody mask is embodied in transparent, medical-grade silicone that provides a universal fit, making sure your face isn’t visually obscured by an otherwise opaque mask. In order to achieve this feat, the Leaf transparent mask has filters located around the chin, keeping your nose, mouth, and cheeks visible to the people around you.

The silicone mask has an antifogging feature, so your mask doesn’t become cloudy on the inside with each breath you take. In theory, that means it could also potentially allow your smartphone’s facial-unlock feature to work without needing to take your mask off.

The mask comes in four sizes, sure to fit children as well as adults. With disposable masks becoming an impending threat to nature, LEAF has the solution the world needs. A reusable, high quality mask with long-lasting filters will help you do your part to protect our environment.

Source: Yanko Design