Smog – a combination of the words, smoke, and fog- is a deadly form of air pollution. The term was first used by H.A. Des Voeux in 1905 to describe the atmospheric conditions in Britain as a result of heavy industrialization. When atmospheric pollutants and gases released from the burning of fossil fuels react with sunlight and ozone, it causes
Air pollution is synonymous to smog, CFCs, and another form of outdoor air pollution. However, many of you are not aware that the air inside your home or office is more polluted than the air outside. The presence of formaldehyde fire retardants, lead mold or even volatile chemical compounds from fragrance used in household cleaners leads to indoor air pollution.
Getting flawless and healthy skin is the dream of every woman but maintaining it can be a tough task, thanks to the deteriorating air quality and excessive smog. Many of us think that outdoor air pollution is the only reason, which leads to skin problems. But this is not true, indoor air quality is equally responsible. Indoor air pollutants such
Indoor air pollution is a rising concern as it causes 1.3 million deaths in India. The deteriorating air quality, smog and other dangerous conditions adds to the woes of the present situation. Dust, pollens, PM 2.5, cigarette smoke and mold growth are some of the main reasons of indoor air pollution. Considering the increasing amount of pollution, it has become