FX Excursions

FX Excursions offers the chance for once-in-a-lifetime experiences in destinations around the world.


by Eugenia Lazaris

Dec 8, 2019

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Products / Accessories

Winter never comes alone. You can always count on it to bring along two things: chilly temperatures and colds. The Bioscarf is a great way to combat both of these nasty effects of the season and still be fashionable.


This wearable air-filtration system gives you an alternative to those unsightly masks that are not only uncomfortable to wear but make you look like you belong in quarantine. With the Bioscarf you can enjoy the outdoors safely while keeping warm, stylish and protected from germs and air pollutants.


While it wraps around like an ordinary scarf, it is designed with a built-in air filtration system specially designed to protect you from numerous allergens, pollutants and germs that can cause allergies and illness. The company promises the Bioscarf eliminates up to 99.75 percent of airborne particulates that can not only cause irritation but contribute to illnesses such as pneumonia, strep and tuberculosis. The scarf filters out smog, smoke and many pollutants that make being outdoors difficult for those who struggle with allergies.


The Bioscarf is available in four colors — black, white, green and camouflage — and retails here for $44.99. The company also offers gaiters (which offer the same filtration system in a slip-on neck sleeve) that come in two colors, black and camouflage.


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