Your Image Here Mask

Your Image Here Mask

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This contoured, reusable, handmade face mask is made in the USA from three layers of breathable polyester. It fits snugly, but comfortably against the side of the face and it extends under the chin and over the nose. This mask follows the CDC cloth face covering guidelines and is intended to decrease person-to-person droplet transmission of COVID-19 (commonly known as the coronavirus). 

What makes this mask different?
Each handmade mask comes with:

  • 3 high quality protective layers made of 100% polyester
  • a filter pocket (Filters are not included)

They are sewn in Washington, DC and ship anywhere in the USA.  We currently have three sizes available: Youth and Large. Please take a look at the sizing chart below for guidance.

Care Instructions
Machine wash gentle cold. No chlorine bleach. Air dry recommended. Please wash before use.

Sizing Chart
Youth (recommended for children ages 4-10) – 4″ x 4.75″ approximate
Large – nose to chin approximate length = 5″ x 7″ approximate

Current patterns/prints available are shown. We will try our best to fulfill your requested pattern. However, we cannot guarantee you will receive that particular pattern as our demand increases. If we need to send you a different pattern, we will make an effort to choose a pattern similar to the one you selected.

 

Important
Our fabric masks follow the CDC recommendations for facial coverings during day-to-day activities. These masks are not medical-grade surgical masks or N95 respirators.

Whether using these masks or not, always practice social distancing, avoid touching your face (head and neck), use good hygiene practices, and follow guidelines to safely use face masks. Avoid touching the mask’s interior and exterior before washing your hands. Wash the mask frequently.

NOTE: NOT INTENDED FOR CLINICAL USE
These face masks are not devices intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease and do not meet the definition of a medical device as set forth in section 201(h) of the FD&C Act.