Clairy is a little house plant in a Venetian ceramic pot with one important bonus: it can suck the toxins out of your air.
A NASA study found that a select few breeds of house plants were effective at eliminating pollutants like benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene from the air. These indoor air pollutants come from places like paints, carpeting, plastic toys, cleaning agents, and furniture, to name a few.
Exposure to indoor air pollutants can result in short-term medical issues like irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat and aggravate the symptoms of diseases like asthma, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Long and repeated exposure can result in respiratory disease, heart disease, or cancer.
But with Clairy people can drastically reduce their exposure to these toxins.
Here’s how it works: