- Cotton Fabric
- Machine wash at 60 degrees / Reusable
- Elastic for adjustable size and good fit.
R3 of each mask sold will go to the @feedsa_ that has been set up to assist the most vulnerable in South African society.
- Our masks are available in 3 sizes:
- kids 3 - 11
- Medium : Teenagers & Women
- Men or Broad Face
HOW TO WEAR AND CARE FOR YOUR MASK
- Wash your mask before wearing it for the first time. Wash it in a washing machine at a temperature
of 60°, using detergent. If you don’t have access to a washing machine, boil some water and wash
your mask in the hot water, with detergent.
- Do wear your mask when out in public.
- Do make sure that your hands are clean before putting the mask on. Remember that you don’t want
to spread any germs or bacteria on to the mask while putting it on
- Do make sure that you clean your hands after taking the mask off. Remove the mask from the elastic,
not from the front part of the mask. Remember that the mask could contain germs and bacteria on
the outside of it.
- Do wash your mask after every use at a temperature of 60°, using detergent. If you don’t have access
to a washing machine, boil some water and wash your mask in the hot water, with detergent.
- Do continue to wash your hands, stay indoors and practice social distancing when going out to get for
your essential goods, even if you are wearing the mask.
- Don’t share your mask with anyone else.
- Don’t use your mask for longer than an hour. The mask is intended for short wear, specifically when
you are out in public. If the mask gets wet or damp, take it off.
- Don’t touch the mask while wearing it.
- Please note that these face masks are intended to stop you from touching your face in public and to
create an awareness and serve as a reminder that things are not business as usual and that social
distancing is of the utmost importance.
- It is important that you continue to diligently practice other hygiene measures like washing your
hands regularly, practicing social distancing, staying indoors and coughing and sneezing into your
elbow or a tissue that is discarded immediately.
- Do make eye contact when you’re out in public. Just because you’re wearing a mask, doesn’t mean
that you can’t give someone a quick nod as a gesture of solidarity and comfort.
- Do remember to be kind to the people who are still going to work every single day to make sure we
have everything we need. They are true heroes.
- Take care of yourself by eating healthy, exercising regularly and getting enough sleep. Get into
contact with people if you are feeling alone or anxious or offer support if you are in a position to.
- Don’t give up. We are going to get through this. Do not underestimate your own resilience.
Estimated delivery time 5 working days.