It was only a matter of time before tech improved the basic face mask. LG has officially revealed the PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier, and it’s basically an air purifier for the face. This new product also adjusts to your breathing.

LG’s new mask uses two H13 HEPA filters, which are pretty similar to the ones in the company’s home air purifiers, according to a press release. HEPA filters are capable of capturing COVID-19 particles, the New York Times reports. The mask also has two fans, but it’s the respiratory sensor that seems rather unique to the LG mask.

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“The Respiratory Sensor detects the cycle and volume of the wearer’s breath and adjusts the dual three-speed fans accordingly,” LG explains. “The fans automatically speed up to assist air intake and slow down to reduce resistance when exhaling to make breathing effortless.”

Like most wearable tech, the PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier needs to be charged. The face mask's battery can last up to eight hours on low speed and two hours on high. It’s worth noting that these were measured at about 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Battery life could be different depending on the weather.

The charging case also has UV-LED lights to help sanitize the mask between uses. LG claims it’s comfortable enough to wear for hours, but it still fits snuggly around the user’s face.

The company will show off the new tech next week at a virtual exhibition during Berlin’s IFA 2020, a trade show for electronics and home appliances.

The LG PuriCare Wearable Air Purifier is expected to be available in the fourth quarter in select markets. A price point was not announced.

The CDC recommends wearing a face mask during the coronavirus pandemic. The agency recommends masks with two or more layers that cover the nose and mouth for most people over 2 years old. Heavy-duty masks like N95s are meant for healthcare professionals.

LG Wearable Air Purifier Mask
Above are two promotional photos of LG's Wearable Air Purifier Mask. LG