The face of the world is changing literally and we must wear a face mask outside. This new reality comes with new challenges, including how we see ourselves with a face mask. Zimarty is looking for a new approach to show your personality while covering your face outside. zMask is a fashionable face cover which not only meets the CDC guideline for Covid-19 but also meets your personal style. Please see CDC Guidance on how to select, wear, and clean your mask here Thoughtful Design: It is inspired by origami design principles that fold nicely to keep dust particles out and can easily fit in a pocket. zMask 3D folded structure holds itself up around the mouth, creating more space for breathing and talking. Also, it reduces the friction between mask and face to protect the lining from getting stained or messing up your makeup. zMask is washable and made of lightweight, biodegradable natural fiber. It has 3 filler holes on each side which are made of 3 layers of breathable non-woven fabric cloth. Sizing Guide: The mask and its earloop are both adjustable. For a small size mask, easily slide over the clear elastic band and place them on the provided notch. then, you could freely change earloop length according to your face contour. You can see video instruction here. Cleaning: HAND WASH with soap or soak the mask in the solution of bleach and water for 5 minutes. Let it AIR DRY completely. if possible, place the mask in direct sunlight. Bleach solution: Mixing 4 teaspoons of 5.25%–8.25% bleach per quart of room temperature water Please see CDC Guidance on how to hand wash your mask here Use: Adjust moldable nose clip and earloop according to your face contour. *General Use Only, Non-Medical. This mask is not intended as a substitute for a medical professional or use in a health care environment. Please see CDC Guidance on how to wear your mask here Giving back to the community Learn how you are giving back with every purchase here.
Product ship from Switzerland and it takes about 3-5 business days arrive. No return on masks.
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