Reusable triple layer face covering made of 100% cotton exterior and 100% cotton lining. Mask is breathable and light weight. Pattern and fabric carefully follow updated CDC recommended guidelines. Handmade in the USA. A face covering can help you refrain from touching your face and protect others.
Several color options are available. We have florals, solids, Men's prints, and children's prints!
//CURRENT LEAD TIME//
This item is made to order and takes us between 2-3 Business Days to ship out.
// SIZES //
Available sizes: Mens/Adult (L) / Womens/Teen (M)/ Youth (S) / Children (XS)
Measurements are approximate
Men/Adult (L) - 5.5 inches in length from nose to chin mid-line | 8.6 inches
Women/Teen (M) - 5 inches in length from nose to chin mid-line | 8 inches
Youth (S) - 4.6 inches from nose to chin to mid-line | 7.6 inches
Children (XS) 4 inches from nose to chin mid-line | 7 inches
Face mask cover - 100% Cotton
Middle Layer -Polypropylene non-woven interfacing
Face mask lining - 100% Soft Cotton Flannel
Ear-loops - Elastic ( Adjustable / comes untied so you can custom fit the elastic)
///DIRECTIONS FOR USE///
Your fitted mask has the elastic cord loosely knotted so you can untie it and get a custom fit. Simply tie/knot the elastic to your perfect fit next for aesthetics you can slide the knot into the casing on each end of your mask and you are good to go. If the mask is too tight around your face the elastic can either be adjusted out of its knot or you can use an ear saver, one hack is to use paper clips to fasten the loops of the mask to the back of your head.
Wash your hands prior to putting on your mask -> place mask over mouth and nose -> place each ear loop around your ears -> make sure the mask is completely secure by ensuring that it covers your nose and mouth so that the bottom edge is under your chin.
All our face coverings are handcrafted, each item is unique.
Our masks are not medical-grade masks. AS PER RECENT GUIDELINES: “The wearing of cloth face coverings are recommended in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission. Healthcare Provider use of homemade masks: In settings where facemasks are not available, HCP might use homemade masks for care of patients as a last resort. Homemade masks are not considered PPE, since their capability to protect HCP is unknown. Caution should be exercised when considering this option."
The CDC advises not to place face coverings on children under 2 years of age