Our motto has always been “Help is Here” – this defines both our Oxygen product and our commitment to customer service and satisfaction. Supplemental Oxygen simply helps. It can be used for a wide range of applications- from sport, to seniors, to pilots, to climbers, to truckers, to partiers, and to many more people for many different reasons. Boost Oxygen makes Oxygen available, anytime, anywhere, to anyone, in a safe and trustworthy fashion.

We have been fortunate to partner with terrific suppliers, retail partners, employees, contractors and many other people and organizations who have all taken a little chance on Boost Oxygen, and all have been major factors in our growth and success. We have many terrific customers who have been with us from the early days, and their adoption and continuous advocacy is the foundation on which this company has been built. Our greatest satisfaction has come from the thousands of amazing testimonials we have received from our customers, it inspires us everyday and makes all the work worthwhile.

Through extensive testing, Boost Oxygen developed and patented masks and actuators for one-handed ease of use and ergonomic benefits of various sized cans to offer the perfect balance of convenience, size and value.  Over the past 12 years, Boost Oxygen has worked with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration and Consumer Product Safety Commission to develop supplemental Oxygen products that were safe, legal to use without a prescription, compliant to package, ship and store, and most importantly, could deliver value to the consumer for any non-medical use.

Boost Oxygen manufactures and fills all of its canisters in the United States, and is a proud supporter of MVPvets, a non-profit organization helping our veterans obtain employment and mentorship in the Bio and Medtech sector, and the US Ski Patrol Association. It is exported to 17 countries around the world and has become the global leader in the Personal Oxygen Can industry. Help is Here!


What is Boost Oxygen?

Boost Oxygen is 95% pure, Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen that comes in lightweight, easy to use, and portable canisters. It is used by people visiting high altitude locations, professional and amateur athletes, senior citizens, and famous celebrities alike. Founded in 2007, Boost Oxygen is currently the best selling and most trusted oxygen canister brand in the world.
Why Aromatherapy scents?

Boost Oxygen comes in natural and three aromatherapy fragrances (all natural ingredients) – pink grapefruit, peppermint and menthol. Aromatherapy is the art and science of using naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit.
Where can I buy Boost Oxygen?

Boost Oxygen can be purchased online, directly through us. CLICK HERE to view our store or see a list of Retailers Here.
Why is it light?

Oxygen gas is virtually weightless. Boost Oxygen sealed cans are very light, but they are guaranteed as full. The weight of a full can feels empty as the Oxygen inside has no discernible mass. This weight advantage makes Boost Oxygen cans convenient to carry around.
What is the advantage to using a mask?

The ergonomic mask was designed and patented by Boost Oxygen to provide a convenient apparatus that can be operated by using only one hand. It also directs the oxygen flow efficiently into the mouth or nose.
How do I increase the oxygen flow when I first use the can?

To increase the initial flow, simply move your finger up the trigger to the base of the mask (towards your nose) and push down from there. 
How many inhalations are in a Boost Oxygen canister?

Pocket Size Boost Oxygen canisters contain over 2 liters of Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen. This equates to approximately 40 seconds of continuous oxygen flow. People report enjoying anywhere between 15-40 inhalations of varying length. Medium Boost Oxygen canisters contain 5 liters of Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen, which is up to 100 one-second inhalations. Large Boost Oxygen canisters contain 10 liters of Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen, which equates to over 200 seconds of continuous oxygen flow, or over 200 one-second inhalations.
What are the instructions for use?

For Pocket Size canisters, remove tamper-evident plastic and remove cap. Place up to mouth, press button firmly and inhale. For Large and Medium size canisters, place mask under nose and over mouth. Press trigger down to activate flow. Breath in through the mouth.
How do I know when I need to replace my Boost Oxygen canister?

Boost Oxygen is pressure filled only into the can (sort of like a tire). No aerosols or propellants are used. As the can depletes, the pressure of the oxygen flow from the can will also deplete until finally empty. When the oxygen no longer flows, the can is empty.
Is Boost Oxygen flammable?

No. Oxygen is not a fuel itself, but when combined with a fuel and ignition, it can serve to accelerate the chemical reaction.
Can I use Boost Oxygen if I have a lung condition?

Boost Oxygen is not a substitute for individuals who have been prescribed Medical Oxygen (99% purity) for health reasons. It is solely intended for recreational use.
Boost Oxygen states that it is NOT for medical or prescription use. What does this mean?

Oxygen therapies that are prescribed by a medical doctor to treat medical conditions are completely different from Boost Oxygen. Boost Oxygen is recreational Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen (95% pure), not USP medical oxygen (defined as 99.2% or above). Although both are produced in the same manner, recreational oxygen is designed for healthy people looking to experience the benefits of recreational oxygen in the different facets of their life. It is not intended for use by anyone who has asthma, lung ailments or heart problems, or as a substitute for physician-prescribed or life-saving oxygen.
Can I take Boost Oxygen on a passenger plane?

Although Boost Oxygen is an all-natural and safe product, the FAA and TSA do not allow recreational oxygen in carry-on or checked baggage.

See TSA Guidelines for canned oxygen.

Can I ship Boost Oxygen canisters?

You can ship by ground in the continental United States, but not by air. See TSA Guidelines for canned oxygen.  For sales in the United Kingdom please visit: www.boostoxygen.life.  For sales in Canada, please visit: www.boostcanada.ca.  For sales in South Africa, please visit:  http://boostoxygensa.co.za/

How do I recycle the canisters?

Our canisters are made out of aluminum, which means they are recyclable. They can be disposed of along with the normal cans you recycle everyday!
You donate a portion of your profits to MVPvets. What is it?

Boost Oxygen is proud to support MVPvets as they help re-career military veterans (as well as their spouses and care givers) into meaningful jobs in the life science and health care fields. To learn more, go to MVPvets.org.
What is your Return Policy?

If any product is damaged in shipping, or is received in a defective state, please send the product to the company at the contact address listed on our Contact Page with a copy of the receipt and an explanation for the return. Upon satisfactory review (by Boost Oxygen LLC) that there was a manufacturer’s defect or that damage occurred in shipping, a full refund will be issued within 30 days of receipt.


For nearly a hundred years, various ways of inhaling oxygen in higher concentrations have been used to treat respiratory and circulatory problems.  The following articles, statements and links are just a sampling of the research supporting the benefits of using supplemental oxygen.

The results of this study indicate that inhaling concentrated oxygen may have a positive effect on short-term recovery processes.  View the research on how inhaling concentrated oxygen impacts performance.

University Study: The Effect of Inhaling Concentrated Oxygen on Performance during Repeated Anaerobic Exercise

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Read the Full Case Study on researchgate.net

Independent Study Shows Boost Oxygen can Significantly Increase Blood Oxygen Saturation

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Study: The Effect of Inhaling Concentrated Oxygen on Performance during Repeated Anaerobic Exercise

University Study: Effect of Inhaling Concentrated Oxygen on Performance

For nearly a hundred years, various ways of inhaling oxygen in higher concentrations have been used to treat respiratory and circulatory problems.  The results of the study indicate that inhaling concentrated oxygen may have a positive effect on short-term recovery processes.  View the research on how inhaling concentrated oxygen impacts performance.

Click Here to Read the Full Case Study on researchgate.net.

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Study: Inadequate Cerebral Oxygen Delivery and Central Fatigue during Strenuous Exercise

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Study: Influence of Hyperoxic-Supplemented High-Intensity Interval Training on Hemotological and Muscle Mitochondrial Adaptations in Trained Cyclists

Background: Hyperoxia (HYPER) increases O2 carrying capacity resulting in a higher O2 delivery to the working muscles during exercise. Several lines of evidence indicate that lactate metabolism, power output, and endurance are improved by HYPER compared to normoxia (NORM). Since HYPER enables a higher exercise power output compared to NORM and considering the O2 delivery limitation at exercise intensities near to maximum, we hypothesized that hyperoxic-supplemented high-intensity interval training (HIIT) would upregulate muscle mitochondrial oxidative capacity and enhance endurance cycling performance compared to training in normoxia.


Read the Full Study at:  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fphys.2019.00730/full

Study: The Effects on the Respiration and Performance during Exercise of Adding Oxygen to the Inspired Air

There have been several reports in the literature of the effects of oxygen on the respiration and performance during heavy work. The most extensive of these was by Asmussen & Nielsen (1946) who showed, among other things, that during moderately severe exercise on the bicycle ergometer the addition of oxygen to the inspired air resulted in a marked and sudden depression of the respiration.


Read the Full Study at:  https://physoc.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1113/jphysiol.1954.sp005145/