Wellbeing

Air-Cleaning Plants

Discover the wonders of indoor gardening

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Besides reducing stress, indoor gardening is a great way to improve air quality. Here are plants that will make your home a healthier place to relax.

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Peace lilies

This lush and beautiful houseplant has the ability to improve indoor air quality. It thrives in low-light conditions with an ideal temperature range between 18 and 26 degrees Celsius.

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Rubber trees

These plants with their giant leaves turn more carbon dioxide into oxygen, reducing tension and making your home a cooler, calmer place to be. They need to be watered once or twice a month but if their leaves begin to droop, wipe them with a damp cloth.

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Air circulation is essential

House plants are like us. They need fresh air. So make sure you open your windows a couple of times a day to let that breeze inside, or you can improve the air quality in every space with Samsung Air Purifier.

A new breed of purifier

Clear the air even more so your family can thrive at home.

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Mother and little girl taking care of their bodies in the morning while doing Yoga meditation exercises at home. Their hair is wrapped in towels while cucumber is on their eyes. Mother and little girl taking care of their bodies in the morning while doing Yoga meditation exercises at home. Their hair is wrapped in towels while cucumber is on their eyes.