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Dyed using natural plant colours
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In a world of uncertainty, there is one thing that we are certain about. That is where we can, using reusable face mask, rather than single use disposable face mask, can make a difference to our planet. An estimated 194 billion disposable masks and gloves are being used worldwide every month as a result of recent virus spread. Do you know that 75% of the disposable masks will end up in landfill or polluting the ocean. Imagine having more masks than jellyfish in the ocean in the future. Is this the future you want?
We are a small eco-conscious brand with a big purpose.
Each disposable face mask can last one day of usage. In comparison, these reusable face mask can be used for up to 3-5 days before washing and ready for reuse. All you have to do is change the filter each week.
Our specially designed pack contains 1 cotton face mask plus 4 interchangeable PM2.5 active carbon filters.
HANDMADE IN BALI, SUSTAINABLY SOURCED WITH NATURAL COLOURING
Our cotton/tencel face masks are specially handmade in Bali by artisan seamstress who are currently struggling to make a living due to adverse impact on the tourism industry. We are proud to be working with a very talented group of artisan tailor who have created these face masks for you!
We also stock face masks made in Shenzen, China that produces quality cotton reusable face masks.
Our cotton/tencel face masks come with the outer layer constructed by woven cotton and the inner layer that touches your skin with woven tencel, a sustainable fabric that is lighter, which wicks away perspiration, making this design lighter and cooler for those upcoming warmer months.
The olive, rust and blue tie-dye colours are sustainably derived from natural plant extracts from Assam Indigo (blue pigment) and wood skin of Tingi Tree (Ceriops T.) (rust pigment) and combination of jackfruit wood soak (yellowish color) with Assam indigo to create the olive colour.
The woven cotton/tencel masks go through a process of colour- fixation by soaking the dried fabric into vinegar.