The Curved Facemask – Colours Tapered
A variety of thicknesses, double layer knit, curved and tapered masks with elasticated loops around the ears. This fabric is a type of double knit made from a polyester and spandex blend, with a very fine gauge thread, and varied texture. Soft on the skin and comfortable to breathe in average to cooler conditions.
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Please note, there are no returns on these items. If you are unable to find your location available for shipping in lockdown in non-main city areas in South Africa at checkout, please contact us and we can find another courier to quote for shipping.
Make sure you order the correct size. Check the estimate measurements provided. No changes on orders can be done once processed. Pictured is a size Medium, which is the general recommendation for an adult female. Colours are double sided with the same colour, example ‘rose on rose’. Straps can be adjusted with a safety pin (not included).
Please note these are made to order. Dispatch between 5 – 10 working days plus courier time of 2-4 working days to main city areas within South Africa. We’ll try our best to get these out to you as soon as possible.
Due to the nature of the fabric, slight variations in measurements may occur.
Hand wash is recommended.
Steps to putting on a reusable face mask
- It is recommended by the South African government to have TWO masks on hand. One to use and one to wash. Once the mask has been washed and dried, use a hot iron and iron the mask to kill off any unwanted bacteria
- Before putting on the mask, wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, or rub your hands together thoroughly with alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Position the curved side of the mask at the nose and the straighter side of the mask on the chin. Make sure the mask covers your nose, mouth and chin.
- Place the stretch loops around the ears. Be sure the mask fits snugly.
- Don’t touch the mask once in position.
- Use the mask ONCE and put it in the wash immediately. When taking off the mask, take it off only by the straps.
- After taking off the mask, wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, or rub your hands together thoroughly with alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- For an extra layer of protection and a filter, place a double layer of tissue paper on the inside of the mask and dispose of it once the mask has been removed.
PLEASE NOTE: This mask will only help minimise the spread of the virus as a barrier on your nose and mouth. It will not eliminate the chances of spreading or contracting the disease. It is still vital to regularly wash your hands, not touch your face and respect social distancing guidelines.
NEW measurement estimates below (as of 21 May 2020).