Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to some common questions about the Breathe99 Mask.
Will the Breathe99 mask fog my glasses?
Breathe Mask is designed with a flexible seal that eliminates or significantly reduces fogged glasses. If you are experiencing any fogging, you can try flipping the nose seal portion to achieve a tighter seal on the nose.
Does the Breathe99 mask come in multiple sizes?
No, currently we have one adult size. If you need a different size mask.
Can I use multiple discount codes?
Only one discount code or offer can be applied per order. Please select the offer that works best for you.
What does the Breathe99 Mask filter?
Mask Filters remove 99.6 - 98.3% of airborne particles down to .1 micron at normal breathing rates. This includes common contaminants such as dust, biological aerosols, and smoke. Download our Breathe99 Filter Technology Review to learn more about Breathe99 Filter performance and third-party testing at the University of Minnesota.
How often do I need to change my Breathe99 filters?
Please see the Use & Care tab for when to change your filters, based on what you use them for.
Is the Breathe99 Mask FDA or NIOSH-certified?
The Breathe99 Mask is designed to comply with NIOSH N95 standards per 42 CFR Part 84, but it is not yet NIOSH or FDA-approved.
What materials is the mask made of?
FDA-compliant TPU and Polypropylene
Body: 84% Nylon 16% Spandex, Binding: 92% Nylon 8% Spandex, Stabilizer and Strap: UBL 89% Nylon, 11% Spandex
Meltblown and Electrostatically-charged polypropylene
How breathable is the Breathe99 Mask?
The mask is very breathable for a respirator or face mask. However, it will not be as comfortable as wearing no mask at all. The mask exceeds the recommended breathing resistance required by NIOSH for Filtering Facepiece Respirators. Light breathing (walking, desk work, driving) through the Breathe99 Mask will feel easier than heavy breathing (long flights of stairs, hard labor).