Graphene oxide is a carbon-based 2D nanomaterial. It is usually created through a reaction
between graphite and a strong oxidizing agent followed by an aqueous workup. The term
graphene oxide is the basic term for all monolayer graphene derivatives with oxygen containing
The Canadian health authority Health Canada only recently warned about the health risks of
respiratory masks containing graphene particles. Such masks are also said to be on sale in
Germany, although an official assessment of the dangers is not yet available at a national or
European level. Health Canada’s preliminary assessment of the research results has shown
that inhaled graphene particles have the potential to cause early lung toxicity in animals.
Attached you will also find the pdf everyone will receive with their ampoule that describes how to use it.