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When most of us think about improving our well-being, our first instinct is usually to change up our diet or pick up a new exercise routine. But, rather than going keto or joining a climbing gym, why not start small and do something that's a little less disruptive to your day-to-day life, like improving the air you breathe?

The ionbox Negative Ion Generator is a pint-sized air purification powerhouse that uses negative ions to clean up the air around you, giving bacteria, allergens, and other airborne threats the boot. And right now, it's on sale for only $60, nearly 20 percent off the usual price.

For those of us without a medical degree, negative ions are molecules naturally found in the environment that attach to harmful particulates, like smoke, airborne bacteria, allergens, and pollen, effectively neutralizing and removing them from your breathing space. In layman's terms, they're basically tiny airborne ninjas that get rid of the stuff that can irritate your breathing.

The ionbox Negative Ion Generator releases up to 20 million of these airborne molecules per second, blowing just about any other negative ion generator on the market out of the water. Unlike your run-of-the-mill air purifier, you won't need to buy filters for it, and it's compact enough to take with you anywhere—just plug it into any 110V/220V outlet or USB plug, and you're good to go.

Now, the ionbox Negative Ion Generator usually retails for $75, but you can get your own for just $60 today. If you're looking for a more portable clean breathing solution, the ionMi Rechargeable Wearable Portable Negative Ionizer is a solid alternative for just $53. Or, if you want something a little more compact for the home, you can get the ionnight Negative Ion Generator Night Light for only $40 as well.

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