100% Hemp Face Masks (reusable)
Because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Protective face masks in shops, supermarkets and other indoor public areas are now mandatory in England. So, why not invest in an Environmentally friendly 100% Hemp Face Mask?
Benefits of using a 100% Hemp Face Mask, breathable and cooling on the skin, hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial, vegan, comfortable to wear protective face mask.
Key points of our – 100% Hemp Face Mask
- 100% Natural Hemp Fabric.
- Breathable 2 Layer Hemp Fabric.
- 1x Face Mask Includes 5x TNT Filters.
- Environmentally friendly.
- Re-usable, pop in the washing machine.
- Unisex / One Size.
- Comfortable ear straps.
- Inner pocket – changeable filter.
- Colours – Black / Natural Hemp
- 100% Vegan
Do your bit to help the environment – switch to a Hemp Reusable Face Mask
Volunteers across the UK have seen a “massive” rise in the amount of littering on high streets, beaches, parks and in canals and rivers as a result of single-use plastic masks, according to Friends of the Earth.
Disposable plastic masks that end up at sea could take up to 450 years to fully decompose and leave the marine ecosystem, according to Waste Free Oceans, which says it collects and recycles marine litter by collaborating with fishermen and businesses.
Even when disposed of correctly, it is claimed PPE cannot be recycled, as it is considered medical waste.
100% Hemp Face Mask – Fabric Guide
- 100% Hemp
- Weight: 310 gr/lm
- Metric fineness number of the yarn (m/g): Nm = 16/1
- Dye (Black): Ecological Dyes (GOTS certified)
- Made in the EU
100% Hemp Face Mask Care Guide
Wash at 40° C using mild biodegradable detergent
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Hang to dry
Iron to regain the shape using the steam iron
Recent Sky News article Coronavirus: Disposable face masks creating new plastic pollution crisis, experts warn
UK volunteers have seen a “massive” rise in the amount of single use masks discarded on beaches, high streets, canals and rivers.
Coronavirus: Disposable face masks creating new plastic pollution crisis, experts warn UK volunteers have seen a “massive” rise in the amount of single use masks discarded on beaches, high streets, canals and rivers.