Pine Green Face Mask

£15

FABRIC & CARE

When you want a more subtle mask we've made a reusable face mask from our temperature regulation and odour control Recycled & Trees Pine Green fabric.

The masks feature elasticated ear loops, double layers of fabric and the ability to add a filter for extra protection if you wish.

Non-medical face masks are encouraged to be worn to help maintain social distancing requirements. They help to reduce the spread of germs but only offer a minimal physical barrier if used alone

Our face masks are not a replacement for a professional medical mask. 

Due to hygienic reasons, our masks are excluded from returns.

Asmuss fabric benefit symbols for their recycled and trees fabric.  The fabric is sustainably made from blend of recycled post consumer waste and Tencel from sustainably harvested trees. It has odour control properties to reduce the amount of washing required. It has temperature regulating properties to help keep you feeling comfortable.
  • 62% TENCEL® Lyocell 38% Recycled Polyester

  • Fabric made in Portugal 

Asmuss fabric benefit symbols for their recycled and trees fabric.  The fabric is sustainably made from blend of recycled post consumer waste and Tencel from sustainably harvested trees. It has odour control properties to reduce the amount of washing required. It has temperature regulating properties to help keep you feeling comfortable.

The TENCEL™ Lyocell fibres are derived from sustainable wood sources. The fibres have many benefits which include strength, sheen, drape, breathability, thermal regulation and odour control.

The recycled polyester comes from Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified post consumer waste such as single use plastic bottles.

The fabric is OEKO-TEX100 certified.

Our Portuguese fabric mill A. Sampaio & Filhos in Santo Tirso, Portugal holds the OEKO-TEX STeP certification.  This assesses the mill's social responsibility and workplace safety in addition to chemicals management, environmental performance, environmental management and quality management. So you know they have the highest ethical and sustainability standards. 

Fabric Care

When caring for your clothes please do not over wash them. We trust your judgement. Wash them on cold or as low a temperature as you can. These small changes will not only give your clothing a longer life but also reduce energy usage.

Wash at 40ºC or cold. Dry flat. Cool iron. Do not dry clean.

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