Are you one of those people who scrambles for masks and air purifiers only when it’s haze season? In a compact city like Singapore, it’s not just the haze you should be worried about. If you want fresh, healthy air at home, you first need to consider what you’re bringing in through the front door.
“Indoor air can be between eight and 100 times more toxic than outdoor air, with things such as cleaning products, air fresheners and synthetic candles adding to the toxic load,” explains herbalist Danielle Shirley. But don’t fret – here are six easy and inexpensive ways to detox and improve the air quality at home: