Face Masks Pack of 2

£19

Made in England by Helen Moore, a pack of two washable face masks with elasticated loops.

Two styles are available, the reversible mask and pocket mask. The pocket mask allows you to insert your own filter, but even without an added filter the pocket itself gives a third layer of protection. The reversible mask is made of two layers of fabric and is finished on both sides so it can be worn either way.

A flexible plastic covered metal band is sewn inside the top seam to provide a neat fit over the bridge of the nose.

From the sale of each pack a donation of 50p is made to The Hygiene Bank.

Peta approved Vegan

Two styles available Reversible and Pocket.

A flexible plastic covered metal band is sewn inside the top seam to provide a neat fit over the bridge of the nose.

Washable at 40°


Pocket mask fabrics: Recycled Cotton 80% Polyester 20%  reverse fabric 50% Cotton/50% Polyester

Tartan Fabric: Twill weave of 35% viscose and 65% Polyester andd lining 80% Cotton/20% Polyester

Houndstooth fabric: 65% Polyester/35% Viscose and lining 50% Cotton/50% Polyester

Animal Print faux fur: 100% Polyester and lining 50% Cotton/50% Polyester

Black Check fabric: 97% polyester/3% elastane  and lining 50% Cotton/50% Polyester

Moonflower fabric: 100% Cotton and lining 80% Cotton/20%Polyester

Anemone fabric 100% Cotton and lining 65% Cotton/35% Polyester

Meadow fabric 100% Cotton and lining 100% Cotton

 

std size. 22cm x 12cm fabric section

Men's size 30cm x 15cm fabric section with elastic that can be cut to length and tied.

 

Machine washable.

Free Standard UK delivery

Customer Reviews

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Lovely design and well made
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Hello Pam Thank you for your review and for your comments about the sizing of the masks. We are always pleased to receive feedback from our customers, so we will make sure that the length of the elastic is carefully checked. As you can imagine, we designed the masks to fit a kind of 'average' so inevitably they won't be absolutely right for everyone, however, it seems as though we must look into standardising the length of the elastic loops. Many thanks Helen Moore

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