Timed with the start of spring allergy season, the licensed Febreze tabletop air purifier has launched in select CVS stores nationwide.
Kaz, a subsidiary of Helen of Troy, manufactures the licensed Febreze air purifier assortment.
The company noted that the tabletop air purifier will purify the air of a room up to 85 square feet, via a HEPA-type filter that is said to last up to four months. The air purifier removes up to 99% of airborne particles two microns or larger that have passed through the air into the filter, according to Kaz.
The air purifier also freshens the air via a Febreze linen and sky scent cartridge, said to last up to 30 days. The purifiers can be found in the allergy aisle at select CVS stores, Kaz noted.
The Febreze tabletop air purifier is available for an SRP of $64.99, while the replacement HEPA-type filter has an SRP of $14.99 for one, or $27.99 for two. The replacement scent cartridges, which also come in the Febreze spring and renewal scent, are available for an SRP of $9.99 for two.