Shopping cart Shopping cart

Simpsons feature portable oxygen as Boost Oxygen gains popularity

It’s been said that you’ve achieved mainstream popularity if you’re featured on the long-running hit series The Simpsons. In a true testament to the rising popularity of Boost Oxygen, The Simpsons (Season 32 Episode 08 – “The Road To Cincinnati”) prominently featured portable oxygen during a scene on the show.

Boost Oxygen on The Simpsons

You can watch the scene from The Simpsons below (from their official Facebook page):

Everyone at Boost Oxygen is proud to see portable oxygen featured on one of America’s most iconic television shows. It speaks to the continued mainstream acceptance of Boost Oxygen as an all-natural respiratory support.

Our Shark Tank investor Mr. Wonderful Kevin O’Leary also posted this to his official Facebook page:

Kevin O'Leary Boost Oxygen

Over the course of the series history, many believe The Simpsons have also correctly predicted future events and trends. We certainly believe that portable supplemental oxygen will become a health trend as more people learn about our product. You can read more about The Simpsons predictions at this article from the Hollywood Reporter.

Since Boost Oxygen first launched in 2007, our all-natural 95% Pure Oxygen canisters have grown in popularity every year as people continue to learn about the benefits of supplemental oxygen. Much like Gatorade’s rise to prominence in the 1980s as athletes learned about the benefits of electrolytes and hydration, Boost Oxygen is following a similar path to acceptance with athletes, older adults and people at high altitude or in poor air quality.

Boost Oxygen would also like to thank all of our loyal customers, suppliers and retail partners for helping to make us the worldwide leader in portable supplemental oxygen! We always appreciate your support!

Boost Oxygen on the Simpsons

*Disclaimer: 95% Pure Boost Oxygen is for recreational purposes only, ideal for athletes and sports enthusiasts, older adults, and people at high altitude or in poor air quality. No prescription is needed to purchase Boost Oxygen. As it is not medical-grade oxygen, not a drug, and not intended for the treatment of any medical condition or disease, it is neither regulated nor approved by the FDA and thus the Agency has not assessed any of the statements herein. Consult your physician if you have any medical conditions.