Environmentally Focused Innovation

Our commitment to sustainable technology has led us to create the Zuvi Halo Hair Dryer, the first hair dryer to use light instead of heat, which reduces energy consumption and carbon emissions by a significant amount.

Eco-friendly & Sustainable


Less energy used


Reduction of CO₂

4M Tons

Oil saved

Achieving Energy Efficiency

Achieving Energy Efficiency

Did you know that a traditional hair dryer consumes more power than your microwave oven? It's true, but with Zuvi Halo's patented Lightcare™ technology, you can dry your hair in a more energy-efficient way.

With our patented LightCare™ technologies, Zuvi Halo only uses 680W⁽¹⁾, 60% less than traditional dryers, but dries as fast or faster than other premium dryers.

Reducing Carbon Footprint

Reducing Carbon Footprint

Try Zuvi, reduce your carbon footprint. Using the Zuvi Halo Hair Dryer every other day for 10 minutes for one year has roughly the same impact as planting a tree. You’ll be saving 34 lbs of Coal of 67lbs⁽²⁾ (30390 g) of CO₂.

Saving Oil Consumption

Saving Oil Consumption

Imagine removing 10 million cars from the road and saving 4 million tons of oil⁽³⁾⁽⁴⁾. If everyone used a Zuvi Halo Hair Dryer, this would be the savings achieved.

Zuvi Halo image for sustainability
  1. Measured at 25℃ room temperature. Power will vary depending on the room temperature.
  2. 67 lbs is equal to 30390 g, or 1072 oz.
  3. Electricity saving estimate is based on using a Zuvi Halo Hair Dryer instead of a traditional hair dryer for 10 minutes every other day for a single year. Coal and carbon footprint savings are thus calculated based on averaged performance and carbon emission of coal-fired power plants, 1 kWh electricity needs 0.513 kg coal with carbon emission of 1.002 kg.
  4. Estimates are based on EU hair dryer annual electricity consumption saving when using Zuvi Halo Hair Dryer and extrapolating it to global cases. The global impacts on different industries (cars, oil and coal) of using Zuvi Halo are calculated based on industrial statistics data. 1TWh electricity needs 0.086 Mtoe oil and generates 1.003 Mtoe carbon emission. Statistically annual CO₂ emission per car is 4.6 tons.