Eco-Friendly Face Mask
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In times of crisis, face masks and other personal protective equipment became a trend and green consumers are more likely to find something that not just protects themselves from the virus but which is also eco-friendly.
"Eco-friendly" is the term that has been on the move these past few years due to the rise of eco-conscious consumers. As a result, many companies are now claiming to be ‘ethical’ and ‘sustainable’. But without clear legal guidelines, it seems anyone can call themselves environmental-friendly.
At its core, the word ‘eco-friendly’ means anything that doesn’t harm the environment, and it has been used to refer to products, lifestyle choices, services, and facilities that contribute to green living practices.
With brands taking advantage of the term, though, the essence of the word appears to have diminished to a mere marketing scheme. But how can consumers say if the products are actually environmentally friendly or not?
The Rise of Green Consumerism
People are becoming more aware of how their actions impact the environment, thanks to social media.
The effects of rising sea levels, depleting ozone layers and species extinction have flooded our screens with news and documentaries.
Consumers have started taking action to preserve the environment in an effort to mitigate the effects of climate change and rising pandemics, thus, the word 'sustainability' has suddenly become a trend.
Looking for an eco-friendly, reusable face mask?
Before you buy any cotton mask, it's worth knowing that these face masks are for non-surgical purposes only. Our masks are as eco-friendly as possible. Please only note that they are not biodegradable.
Our masks and respirators are made from breathable fabrics and can be reused over and over again. This means that you do not trash them each time you wore them - you just wash them in lukewarm water, dry them and wear them again. That way, you don’t need to buy many face masks. You just need two or three masks as a backup or exchange rather other day.
They are good to wear if you're heading to your local shop, traveling to work on public transport, or going for a walk in a public place.
Please ensure the cleanliness and proper hygiene by washing your hands before putting the reusable face mask on, before removing it and after you have taken it off.
Here are the lists of reusable face masks and respiratory masks that you can easily buy online:
This durable dust face mask is made from two layers of treated fabric and features elastic ear loops and a central flat seam that ensure a close fit. It's machine-washable and reusable. Sold in packs of 3. It's a washable smog mask.
These types of masks are used anywhere from traveling, hiking, or when visiting polluted areas. Each mask provides half-face coverage for the nose and mouth. It may also capture fluids that reside in the air. We've added rubber straps so the mask can fit any face.
The reusable K N95 respirator mask offers 95% protection from all non-oil based fluids. From coughs, sneezes, saliva, and any other airborne bodily fluids to tiny particles in polluted and public areas, this respirator has got you covered.
KN95 masks are used by healthcare officials, construction teams, for biking, when using public transportation, traveling, hiking, or when visiting polluted areas.
This Jet Black neck gaiter is a versatile accessory that can be used as a face covering, headband, bandana, wristband, and neck warmer. Upgrade your accessory game and find a matching face shield for each of your outfits.
These Face Shield tubular bandanas offer style and sun protection without weighing you down. Neck gaiters can be worn in MULTIPLE WAYS! Lightweight and comfortable, our neck gaiters wick away moisture, dry quickly, and breathe well. They can be worn more than 10 different ways—from a beanie to a headband to a hair tie.
Good news: You can actually protect you and your family by wearing a cotton mask with a N95 filter: : Get your N95 respirator masks for the whole family today.
Disclaimer: Please note that we can only pass on general information and cannot make any guarantees or be liable for any consequences of your decision making or behavior. Use good common sense and ask your healthcare provider or physician for advice.
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