Contouring Organic Cotton Face Mask - Elastic Earloops/Headband
Organic Cotton Face Mask made in Vancouver, Canada from two layers of tightly woven 100% certified organic cotton sateen bed linen fabric. Contouring fit. Optional nose seal. Wear it two ways with elastic ear loops, adjustable to fit different face shapes and sizes, or fabric headband, which also holds the mask around your neck when you don't need to wear it. Breathable. Washable. Reusable. Unisex. Child size is for 6 years or older.
The Contouring Masks is also available with Fabric Tie Earloops, which are softer and more comfortable on the ears, and Filter Pockets. We also offer three other styles of organic cotton face masks: Full Coverage Masks, Sleeve Pocket Masks, and Limited Edition Prints Masks, as well as Filtration Liners.
This mask is not medical grade and insufficient for people with a weakened immune system. It has not been tested against pathogens, including COVID-19. Please use at your own risk. To stop the spread of COVID-19, please practise social distancing first and foremost.
To adjust the size of your mask, pull the knots on the elastic earloops out of the side channels, untie and then re-tie them so the mask fits snugly on the face, but not too tight that it pulls on the ears. Wash by hand with hot water and regular soap to sterilize and hang to dry. Do not microwave. Minimal shrinkage (5% or less) and colour bleeding are normal in the first wash.
Before putting on your mask, sanitize your hands first. Hold the mask flat against your nose and mouth, and put on the earloops. If necessary, adjust the earloops to ensure a tight and comfortable fit. If your mask has a nose seal, bend it to close the gap between your nose bridge and the mask. Wash your hands immediately after taking the mask off.
We offer bulk discounts to organizations seeking 50 or more masks.
We started designing and making masks in March in response to the severe PPE shortage and have supplied masks to healthcare professionals, logistics operators, grocery store workers, and other frontline essential services workers who keep our society running in the current pandemic. Our story was featured in the Global News.