The word just came in over the wire. World War III has begun and it doesn’t involve Iran or Russia. This time, the war is being fought in our own backyards against allergies and smog, with especially hard times for those in Los Angeles. Luckily, our buddies in Korea was able to ship over some NOSK Transparent Nasal Filters for us to use. Rather than look like something out of Ghostbusters with a full-size face mask, we’ll now have the latest in nose-filtering technology at our disposal.
How does it work? Boy, am I glad you asked:
Sported by asthma sufferer Korean Olympian Park Tae?hwan , NOSK, a new 3-layer nasal filter created by Sam Joung International Co. reduces the inhalation of pollutants and allergens by over 80%. You can still talk and eat wearing NOSK, which means it can become a seamless addition to your routine, and unlike masks, your glasses won’t fog each time you breath. Each filter is usable for up to 24 hours so you can just put it on in the morning on the way to work, and toss it in the trash upon arrival home.
Essentially, we can all become supermutants through the power of NOSK. We’ll breathe easier and can even smoke cigarettes while using it. Now that’s what I call multitasking.