Is OxyBreath Pro a Scam? – Updated Reviews Shared

There’s quite a bit of debate surrounding the legitimacy of the OxyBreath Pro mask.

Proclaimed to be the ultimate protection against airborne viruses, OxyBreath Pro is said to enable users to breathe better and safer due to the mask’s ability to filter fine pollution particles.

To gather a better idea of what consumers, companies, and the community consensus regarding the OxyBreath Pro mask are please read our honest review.

OxyBreath Pro Takeaways

  • There is A LOT of promotional marketing momentum behind OxyBreath Pro so it is hard to distinguish fake from real reviews.
  • OxyBreath Pro is marketed as the ultimate air pollution mask for 2020.
  • South Korea, Sweden, Thailand, Netherlands, United States, and Indonesia are the primary targeted consumer demographics.
  • Now being labeled by some marketers as the “best Coronavirus protection mask.”
  • International Company Name: Hyper Sls Ltd; Europe: Novads OU
  • OxyBreath Pro is being labeled a SCAM by many

About OxyBreath Pro

What is the OxyBreath Pro Mask?

The OxyBreath Pro mask is a breathing apparatus that fits like a comfortable protective face mask that you can use to combat fine dust, toxic fumes, severe allergens, and airborne viruses.

It is being said that OxyBreath Pro is the ‘best protective marks for Coronavirus’ but there is no evidence to support this claim.

Technical Components

  • 95% protection rating
  • Anti-fog, anti-PM 2.5, anti-poll, and anti-dust
  • Two-layer polyurethane filtration (first layers filter large parters and dust; the second layer absorbs unfiltered dust and bacteria with nanotechnology)
  • Around the ear, over mouth, chin, and nose face mask model
  • Protection level: KN95
  • Size: Approximately 27×14 cm

KN95 is an industry-standard and is effective against filtering 95 percent of particles with a mass median diameter of 0.3 micrometers.

More effective masks have an effective protection rate of KP100 or over 99.97%.

Whether OxyBreath Pro can truly ward off Coronavirus we can’t be certain.

Contacting OxyBreath Pro

OxyBreath Pro is transparent with its corporate and contact information.

Shared below are the following company details we found on the About Us page:

Name of Company

International: Hyper Sls Ltd

Europe: Novads OU

Company Registration Number


Email Address (customer support)

Firm Telephone Number

General Inquiries: +852 8197-7604

Customer Support: +852 8197-7604

Company Name & Address

International Office:

Hyper Sms Ltd

7/F, The Grande Building

398-402 Kwun Tong Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Europe Office:

Novads OU

Narva Mnt 7, 5th Floor, Room 556

Tallinn, Estonia, 10117

Company Director:

Peter Novik

OxyBreath Pro Mask Reviews

There is a wide selection of OxyBreath Pro mask reviews.

Most of the reviews are positive and endorse the OxyBreath Pro mask with heavy affiliate links so it is hard to understand the writer’s true intentions behind the OxyBreath Pro reviews.

Meaning we aren’t sure whether they are just trying to sell us or not.

Here are a couple of reviews we found online: – “The researchers of the coronavirus have approved this breathable mask for its excellent purification efficiency and today various country using it.” – “OxyBreath professional could be the mask that was current to offering defense against distinct problems together with airborne illnesses and regular particles and air pollution.”

b.b. – “It is fair and true to state that OxyBreath Pro is scam – it is fake – and linked to other companies such Novads, or even Hyperstech.

The story line is:
  1. I bought two packages from the OxyBreath Pro home page.
  2. I received a confirmation of order and order number from Hyperstech but on the logo it says Novads – they work in circles.
  3. They immediately withdraw 2 x 98 Euros plus extra money.
  4. I receive nothing else for a while
  5. I receive an sms from writing vaguely that they may send the packages.
  6. I hear no further from them despite the fact I write to them on email, on Facebook, on twitter, on Trustpilot etc. etc.
  7. Cathrine (I think it is) asks on Facebook if I have purched on Facebook…I reply NO and that I have written to OxyBreath Pro
  8. I wrote that I want to cancel the order. I can do that as Estonia is a member of the EU.
in other words OxyBreath Pro is just a scam – a fake.”

Is Trustworthy?

No, OxyBreath Pro cannot be trusted. Reviews

As a whole, the OxyBreath Pro mask cannot be trusted.

The OxyBreath Pro mask is a health product with is said to have a KN95 strength index, meaning that it filters 95% of all pollutants and bacteria out of the air you breathe when wearing.

Outcome: OxyBreath Pro is likely a scam.

Please provide any relevant feedback or insight you may have below!


  1. Bob Mar

    Believe all the reviews on this product!!! This is a waste of money and not what they advertise!! Just a piece of foam which is junk!!! We’re out for $135.00!

  2. Allen Polston

    Do not buy this mask. It is nothing but a piece of foam rubber! There is also no additional filter to counter viral bacteria. We spent 70 USD to purchase these masks.I bought them through the internet on March 21, 2020. on March 23, I received an email that their warehouse had received my order and processed it. Also, it said that I would receive a conformation letter in a “few Days”. On April 4, I sent an email requesting an update since I had not yet received a tracking number. I received this message on April 4. Dear Allen, We apologize for the inconvenience caused. This is to inform you that due to the high demand for the order it is taking time to provide the tracking details of the order in time. We have forwarded a request to the shipping team to provide a tracking number for your order on high priority. We request you too kindly wait for a few days more to get the details. Thank you for your patience. Regards, Alana Customer Support Team. On April 8, I received an email informing me that it had been shipped. My product arrived on April 14. We were surprised and a little dismayed to find two foam rubber masks that came with no instructions on how to use or care for them and no warranty or return product information. I feel that these masks are VERY EXPENSIVE pieces of foam rubber and that the hype and sales pitch is a con job. I immediately went on line and ordered two more masks from someone else that are better built, comes with particulate filters that are changeable and offer better protection. The cost of the two masks were just 31USD! Do not waste your money on this product, it is a scam! I have done more research and wish I had looked a little deeper before I bought them. This company does not warranty or guarantee their products according to the terms of service on their website. I do find it peculiar that they offer a three year warranty for $9 dollars for this product!

  3. Alex

    Oxybreath Pro – DO NOT PURCHASE, its a scam!! I paid alot and still have not received anything. Its been close to 2 months – so much for their ad of 15 days to my door. Are they walking masks to me? Requested money back and just getting run around. Again DO NOT BUY!!

  4. Ruth Rodriguez

    Why aren’t these people prosecuted and wiped off the internet?
    They are exploiting people’s legitimate fears during a real life-threatening epidemic that can attack anyone.
    There must be severe sanctions agains profiteering and scamming that interfere with real prevention information. COVID is killing large portions ofl the human population, particularly in some cities and countries. These “business people” are criminals, and, ultimately, possibly killers

  5. Ruth Rodriguez

    Why haven’t there been concerted legal action and criminal charges against profiteering and scamming against these companies (there seem to be more than one) behind this deceptive product?
    This is not a simple crime. It exploits advantage a population legitimately fearful and struggling to survive a deadly, all-encompassing threat to human beings. There must be a reconning to prevent these abuses.

  6. Audrey Lucia

    I agree with the previous review by DJinLDN. I eventually received my masks which are extremely lightweight and flimsy. It doesn’t seem to have the layers of protection advertised. Very overpriced.

  7. Kevin Baumann

    I ordered two masks on March. 4th. I have contacts customer support and cannot get a straight answer from them. Just that I will receive an email when the masks ship. It appears the whole thing is a scam. I am out $75.00

  8. Donald W. Hansen

    I ordered masks over a month ago. Lot of excuses–refused to accept at my address–contact the carrier whoever that is, etc etc. A pure scam don”t buy these.

  9. Donald W. Hansen

    I ordered OxyBreath Pro facemask over a month ago. Havn’t received them yet. I get all sorts of excuses and statements they were refusedno—-at my address–contact the carrier–whoever that is etc, etc. I have canceled the order and placed a stop on my credit card until they arrive. A scam Don’t buy them.

  10. Claire

    Oh, No, it’s very disappointed to hear this, I’d order 2 pcs and still waiting they give me exactly delivery date. It seems I’d been scammed.

  11. DJinLDN

    I can report that I did receive my OxyBreath Pro facemask, though it did take five weeks to deliver to the UK after ordering online on 10 February 2020. I received three emails acknowledging the order and providing an invoice, and another for tracking the delivery so that it did indeed arrive on the promised date. However it proved very disappointing. Unlike the photos on the OBP website, it is made from very light and flimsy foamlike material and looks likely to tear easily under pressure. Crucially, it does not grip the face along its edges, thus easily allows ambient air into the mask which defeats its whole purpose. As for the technical claims made for it, I cannot find any evidence online supporting them. So yes the product exists, but it proves to be rubbish for its inflated price, when compared with a mainstream mask available from a builder’s hardware store at one-tenth the cost.

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