A new era of workforce safety

Reusable Technology

1 Swiss mask replaces 210 conventional masks by it’s ability to be washed and reused.

No Chemicals

The Swiss masks use a mechanical approach to destroy virus cells which means no metals or chemicals.


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  • Better than N95 – Continuously kills 99.999% of bacteria and viruses
  • Cotton layers provide long lasting comfort on the skin
  • The only respiratory protection mask that is reusable due to its self-disinfecting properties.

  • One Swiss mask = 210 conventional masks. Better for you, better for your wallet, better for the environment.

How it Works:

Every single bacterium in the world has a positive charge. Our Swiss technology contains is a substance contains 24 billion negatively charged ions. When the virus comes into contact with that, there is an exchange of positive and negative ions and the cell wall collapses. It does this through mechanical means, without the use of toxic chemical disinfectants, found in most household cleaning products.

The technology is strongly bonded to the fabric so it’s at full strength for up to 30 washes, which means that you don’t have to throw it away after daily use. This makes it much more sustainable for the environment.

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210 conventional masks


1 Swiss mask


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Is the technology safe for skin contact and children?

Yes, Livinguard has passed extensive skin safety testing at Product Safety Labs in New York per US EPA standards and at Hohenstein Institute in Germany per European standards.

Where has this been tested?

Our products have been successfully tested extensively by a variety of international laboratories. These include the Swiss Federal Institute of NBC Protection, TÜV Sud, TÜV Rheinland, Hohenstein Institute, NSF International, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Research & Technology, Swiss Quality Testing Services, Product Safety Laboratories in New York, International Down & Feather Laboratory, and many others. It is currently under application with the US Environmental Protection Agency as the world’s first self-disinfecting textile technology.