Moso Natural Bamboo Charcoal Air Purifying Bags – WITH GIVEAWAY!

So I knew next to nothing about green / natural / “crunchy” living up until I had my first daughter. Before that tiny human rocked my world, I was blissfully naïve to the nuances of greening up my home and my environment.

When I was pregnant and researching how to make my home as safe and clean and healthy as it could possibly be for a tiny new human, I learned of the many toxins hiding in indoor air.. and I also discovered the natural air freshening properties of bamboo charcoal. I had never ever HEARD of bamboo charcoal before then!

Starting from never giving a rip about green living and natural home cleaning efforts to going 100% all in in the space of a nine month pregnancy, I had a host of things to focus on to improve my home keeping efforts. And while I decided over four years ago that I would be investing in some quality bamboo charcoal for freshening and purifying my indoor air…. I never did get around making the bamboo charcoal switch!

But now here I am with baby #3, and I can’t stop thinking about bamboo charcoal! (It’s my end of the year organizing kick I am on.. I can’t help myself!!) So I went on a quest for bamboo charcoal to green up my home to start 2018 on a fresh foot!

Why Natural Air Purification Methods?

Many air fresheners on the market don’t really clean the air. At all. They are just loaded with toxic and often carcinogenic chemicals such as formaldehyde, petrochemicals, p-dichlorobenzene and aerosol pollutants.

While there are many air purification efforts, including live plants, beeswax candles and salt lamps, studies are increasingly shedding light on bamboo charcoal as an air purifier. Bamboo charcoal pulls toxins out of the air, removes odors and makes it safer to breathe indoor air.

Bamboo charcoal air purifying bags are the easiest way to maintain a fresh, dry and odor free environment. Plants need water, fertilizer and light, beeswax requires a fire and supervision. But without using batteries or wires, bamboo charcoal bags will work continuously to remove odors, allergens and harmful pollutants from the air. In damp, musty environments the bags will absorb excess moisture to prevent mold, mildew and bacteria from forming.

I am currently using the Moso Naturals brand bamboo charcoal bags to freshen the air in my car, and in the closet drawers in my closet. The Moso Bag is a pretty linen bag filled with non-toxic, chemical free and fragrance free moso bamboo charcoal.

The folks at Moso Naturals searched the U.S. and abroad looking for healthy options for air purifiers, and that is when they found Moso bamboo charcoal in China, where it is called “black diamond.” They found it to be a perfect air purifier: eco-friendly, sustainable, affordable, and so safe that in parts of Asia people use it not only to purify their air but for water purification and they ingest it to help detoxify the body.

They conducted research and testing and found that bamboo charcoal works incredibly well to remove odors, bacteria, harmful pollutants and allergens from the air. On top of that, it is a natural dehumidifier, helping to prevent mold, mildew and excess moisture. They introduced the Moso Bag to the American market in August 2010 with considerable success, and the rest is history! CLICK HERE to visit their website.

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How to Use the Moso Bag

To use, simply place the Moso Bags in or near the area where you want to prevent odors / clean the air. Within a short time (usually less than 1 day) the affected area will be fresh, dry, and odor free!

Best of all, the Moso Bags are reusable for up two years! (Contrast that to most common air fresheners that don’t last more than 45 days!) To keep the bag working properly, once a month simply place your Moso Bag outside. The UV rays from the sun will clear out the pores of the bamboo charcoal, making it ready to absorb again.

After two years as an air purifier, the Moso Bag makes a wonderful addition to your garden – simply cut open the Moso Bag and sprinkle the bamboo charcoal into the soil, where it helps plants absorb moisture and nutrients. This completes its lifecycle as a product that comes from the earth and ultimately gives back to the earth!


The lovely folks at Moso Naturals were awesome enough to offer a 200g Moso Bag and two 50g Mini Moso Bags to one lucky winner / Domestic Geek Girl reader!

The 200g Moso Bag covers 90 square feet and is excellent for small spaces. Filled with 200 grams of bamboo charcoal, this size would be best used in cars, closets, boats, pet areas, laundry rooms, and bathrooms.

The 50g Mini Moso Bag is the perfect size for tiny spaces. Filled with 50 grams of bamboo charcoal in each bag, this size would be best used in shoes, boots, gym bags, sporting equipment, drawers, trash bins and luggage.

Enter below for a chance to win a 200g Moso Bamboo Charcoal Air Purifying Bag and two 50g Mini Moso Bamboo Charcoal Air Purifying Bags!

– Entry is open to United States residents only.

– You can enter to win once per day. Earn additional entries by liking Moso Naturals and Domestic Geek Girl on Facebook.

– The entry period is from November 20, 2017 to December 4, 2017.

– Winner will be notified via email and must respond within 48 hours or the prize will be forfeited and a new winner selected.

– Moso Naturals will forward the prize winning goods to the lucky winner.

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48 thoughts on “Moso Natural Bamboo Charcoal Air Purifying Bags – WITH GIVEAWAY!

  • 21 November, 2017 at 2:00 pm

    I would put these in my gym bag.

  • 21 November, 2017 at 9:27 pm

    I must confess that I never thought of that before, but air purifying is really important! I didn’t know anything about bamboo charcoal, so thank you so very much for the nice tip and giveaway! I hope you have a very beautiful week with fresh air!

    • 22 November, 2017 at 3:41 pm

      I think I am driving my husband crazy with my quest for clean and fresh air, haha… 😉

  • 21 November, 2017 at 10:17 pm

    i swear that you review the coolest things! charcoal seems to be huge in the food space recently (i’ve been seeing charcoal lemonade pop up everywhere, or charcoal colored ice cream/ice cream cones), but for some reason i never associated it with air purification.

    • 22 November, 2017 at 3:42 pm

      Really?! I haven’t seen that… I never associated it with food! lol!

  • 22 November, 2017 at 3:01 am

    I would use the bigger bag in the bathroom

  • 22 November, 2017 at 5:22 pm

    Sounds like a really great products, nice giveway 😉

  • 22 November, 2017 at 6:12 pm

    Wow, this sounds amazing! I use mostly natural and organic beauty products and eat mostly plant based during the week, so I’m trying, haha. This sounds like such a great way to truly purify the air, especially with a baby in my home now. I’ll have to look into this and tell my mom, too, who’s also into this lifestyle. Thanks for sharing, babe, and I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving!



    • 24 November, 2017 at 6:17 pm

      Yeah, my goal is to get one in each room and relevant drawer!! (Especially around the babies!! hehe!) Happy Thanksgiving to you too doll! <3

  • 22 November, 2017 at 8:27 pm

    Hello! Thank you for your lovely words on my blog! I must say and ask whether you could read my latest post, that WAS NOT the math problems one 🙁 My blog has been hacked a couple of times by malicious people that I even know – it’s a blogger who can’t stand when people leave me comments. I don’t know how to solve this now, I tried to ignore her and so she would forget me, but she seems not to. I can only pray that one day she ends this obsession. Anyway. if you wish to read the real post this week, and share your opinion, that’s this 🙂
    Thank you again for your words on the made up post? by this malicious psychopath person! Hugs!

    • 24 November, 2017 at 6:18 pm

      OMG, how scary!!!!!! I will head over to your place now, that is sooooooo strange!!! *hugs* Keep your chin up love!

  • 22 November, 2017 at 10:14 pm

    Oh wow never heard of this. I have heard of using charcoal internally for cleaning etc but not as a air purifier but it totally makes sense. Thanks for the introduction, good to know!

    Allie of ALLIENYC

  • 22 November, 2017 at 10:21 pm

    I have heard of charcoal bamboo,these are great bags. I would challenge it though to remove the stinky feet smell from my shoe cupboard lol.

    • 24 November, 2017 at 6:19 pm

      Lol, try it!!!! (I am curious to see the verdict!!)

  • 22 November, 2017 at 11:34 pm

    I’d use this everywhere-in my bedroom, car, and office.

  • 23 November, 2017 at 2:16 am

    Charcoal has long been used as a filter and purifier, but I’ve never heard of bamboo charcoal.

  • 23 November, 2017 at 10:01 am

    I have bought Moso bags after our renovation to get rid of the toxic air in our house, I have also bought plants that are known to remove toxins, use beeswax candles and even make my own cleaning products 🙂 Great review!

    Miriam x

    • 24 November, 2017 at 6:19 pm

      Awesome!! What are your thoughts on the Moso bags?? Do they work for you??

  • 24 November, 2017 at 12:17 am

    I sure learned a lot about this product. I also learned and now know spraying air freshener isn’t a goodidea. I would use the small one inside my shoes. The largerI woulduse in my bathroom.

    • 24 November, 2017 at 6:20 pm

      Yeah, I am in the process of pitching the air fresheners myself!

  • 24 November, 2017 at 1:50 pm

    How interesting, I’d never heard about that before but will definitely remember – thanks!
    Have a lovely weekend 🙂
    Rosanna x

  • 24 November, 2017 at 6:13 pm

    Very interesting and awesome product, thank you for the giveaway opportunity!

  • 26 November, 2017 at 8:53 am

    It’s amazing how these little ones can change our lives
    The Glossychic

  • 27 November, 2017 at 1:45 am

    Good luck to everyone! I’m going to give someone else a chance since I was lucky enough to win your last giveaway 🙂

    • 27 November, 2017 at 2:39 pm

      I was soooo happy when I saw your name pop up!! haha! <3

  • 27 November, 2017 at 3:37 pm

    I’ve never heard of anything like this before, how interesting – thanks for the info! Good luck to those entering your giveaway and I hope you have a fantaaastic week!

  • 28 November, 2017 at 4:45 pm

    My boyfriend has a set of these he uses for his sneakers- they work wonders!


  • 2 December, 2017 at 1:23 am

    I’ve never heard of this product before and I’m intrigued! I would use it near my dogs bed.

  • 4 December, 2017 at 3:10 am

    I would put the Moso Natural Bamboo Charcoal Air Purifying Bags in my bedroom, My child’s room and my child’s playroom if I won.

  • 4 December, 2017 at 4:13 am

    I would use them in the living room near the fireplace.

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