Regular price $16.00
*Please note these are non medical masks*
100% profits go to the Sankofa Art and Music Foundation.
"Sankofa Arts and Music Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to building healthier communities by providing youths of diverse backgrounds who experience barriers the opportunity to express themselves through art and music."
This child face mask from Lil Green Acorn Apparel comes with a filter pocket, is affordable, washable and reusable.
"I have been a registered nurse for 15 years and designed this mask by combining the masks I use at work and the masks my mother wore in the 60s before all things became disposable."
Made with 100% cotton and lined with a high 400 thread count cotton sheeting material, this mask also has a rubberized metal nose clip that bends to contour the shape of your nose to give a better seal and help to reduce fogging up while wearing glasses. It has an inner pillow case style pocket so you can insert a polypropylene or paper filter inside the mask for some added protection. The design of the pocket ensures the filter does not move or slide out of position. The entire mask is top stitched to ensure it maintains it's shape in the wash.
FACES ARE ALL DIFFERENT, PLEASE MEASURE PRIOR TOM PURCHASE TO ENSURE A PROPER FIT
the age is just a guide, children's faces differ greatly in size.
Small (3-6) - nose to chin 3 1/2"
-mask horizontal length 7"
-ear to ear length 10"
large (7-10 yrs) -nose to chin 4 1/2"
-mask horizontal length 7 1/2"
-ear to ear length 11 1/2"
Older children will most likely fit an adult small.
100% cotton and lined with a high 400 thread count cotton sheeting material
Wash hands prior to wearing mask and again immediately after removing mask. Wash mask after each use in hot water and tumble dry.
ABOUT Lil Green Acorn Apparel
Lil Green Acorn Apparel is a small business based out of Manitoba, Canada that produces some amazing eco friendly clothing and zero waste products. Eveline decided to start going plastic free after seeing huge amounts of waste being produced at the hospital she works in and decided to do everything she could to go waste free in her own home. All of her products are made using natural fibers that can be composted or recycled at the end of their life. She even makes her own buttons for clothing and wax wraps out of the fallen and pruned branches from their local area.