Reusable face mask - Tabitha Eve - Seaweed Print
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
Reusable Face Mask (elastic)
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Reusable Face Mask (elastic)

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What?

These reusable, washable face masks are made from cotton, bamboo and elastic. 

Masks include an inner pocket for a filter to be inserted, as well as extra stitching to strengthen the fastening of the elastic. 

Available in Mint Bee or Seaweed pattern. 

Where?

Our supplier for these masks is Tabitha Eve, a local Welsh company based in Pontypridd who create plastic free alternative products, from ethically sourced fabrics.

Who for? 

These masks are adult sized (will fit most adults and age 12+).

Why?

Disposable masks have an average lifespan of 450 years (that's a long time for something you throw away after a couple of uses)! Think reusable.

PLEASE NOTE - these are not N95 compliant and are not for medical use. These masks are for home use only and should be used in line with the guidance from World Health Organisation or your countries own health guidelines. 

*Tabitha Eve recommends not wearing masks while you sleep (risk of suffocation). Children must be supervised at all times when wearing a mask.Not suitable for children under 3. Wear in line with Government advice.