If you have to wear a mask, why not look adorable! (and match your dirndl!) These protective face masks are designed to keep you safe & smiling as we adjust to our new normal.
Your mask purchase allows us to donate to front line workers in Chicago, specifically Swedish Covenant Hospital, the Chicago Police Department and Misericordia Home. To date we have donated over 220 masks.
- 1 double layer (reversible) face mask
- 2 layers of woven cotton fabric (recommended by the CDC)
- Available with ties or over the ear elastic (pictured above with elastic)
- Placement of print varies on each piece
- Made with love in the U.S.A.
* Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery due to the overwhelming response.
* Face masks are non-returnable & all purchases are final.
Wear & Care: In order for your mask to work effectively, it is important to use and clean it properly.
-Wash immediately after every use. Do not remove it and place it in a bag or purse between uses. You can wash it by hand or in the washing machine in a mesh delicates bag. Tumble or line dry.
-Avoid touching the front of the mask when wearing, as this is considered the contaminated side of the mask and you do not want to transfer germs to your hands.
-When removing the mask touch the ties only and immediately wash your hands after putting your mask in the washing machine.
DISCLAIMER: This face mask is NOT intended for medical use. It’s a personal use mask to help deter the spread of germs including viruses like COVID-19. It may also help to filter out particles in the air, but the effectiveness of a fabric face mask is highly dependent on how the mask is worn, how it fits the face, the materials used, and how the wearer handles the mask. We recommend that you take a look at the CDC guidelines to get the best use out of your cloth face mask. We believe that wearing a cloth face mask in combination with social distancing, washing your hands often and thoroughly, and avoiding touching your face can help minimize the spread of germs, especially during the current COVID-19 pandemic.