Un-MASKING Masks for you

In response to the rapid increase of COVID-19 cases, organizations and governments all over the world are enacting new measures to ensure those who are sick do not infect others and those who are healthy stay that way. One of those measures is wearing masks.

To be effective the masks should cover the nose, mouth, and chin and be secured with elastic loops or ties, include multiple layers, be washable and reusable. Masks don’t always have to look drab and dull, there are a plethora of options out there for you to choose from.

So, how do you know which mask to choose from?

Well, it all depends on how you plan to use it, where you plan to go, what your activities are.

 

  • For a short stroll through the neighbourhood or a friendly visit, we suggest choosing light reusable COTTON MASKS that are easy to use and wash.
  • If you’re heading to office, meetings or events and are looking for a slightly more fashionable choice, you can CHOOSE THIS ONE.
  • When visiting a hospital or a containment zone, we suggest you consult the state government advisories or consult with your physician regarding the choice of mask.

What’s the rage with multi-layer masks?

Made with multiple layers - an inner layer of absorbent material such as cotton, a middle layer of non-woven material and an outer layer of a non-absorbent material, such as polyester or polyester blend, these masks are the perfect choice for these uncertain times.

To keep with the #NewNormal, amanté has set out to launch the perfect solution for your masking and fashion woes! They’re feather light and designed for longer usage and oh, so many styles and colours to choose from. Choose from our range of reusable masks. 

SOFT COTTON MASKS

For the most comfortable solution choose amanté’s Soft Cotton Masks. They're unisex, easy to wash and comfortable too. Perfect for a grocery run and salon trips.

 

ULTRALIGHT CONTOURED FIT MASK

These unisex fashionable masks are easy on your ears, comfortable to breathe in and easy on the eyes too. They come in a variety of shades and are made of micro polyester material to brave the pollutants and germs outside. Perfect for official meetings, events or anything else you do on a daily basis, be rest assured to look amazing in them.

Now that we have an understanding about which mask to choose and why, let’s understand how to wear and care for your masks. 

HOW TO PUT ON AND REMOVE A FACE MASK?

We recommend you follow product instructions on the use and storage of the mask, and procedures for how to put on and remove a mask. If instructions for putting on and removing the mask are not available, then follow the steps below.

HOW TO PUT ON A FACE MASK?
  Clean your hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer before touching the mask.
  Remove the mask from the box and make sure there are no obvious tears or holes on either side of the mask.
  Determine which side of the mask is the top.
  Once you put on the mask, mould or pinch the stiff edge to the shape of your nose, if your mask allows.
  Pull the bottom of the mask over your mouth and chin. And you’re done!
HOW TO REMOVE A FACE MASK?
   Avoid touching the front portion of the mask while removing.
   Use only the ear loops/ties/bands to remove the mask.
   Store/wash/dispose the mask depending on the usage of the mask. Wash the masks as per the wash care instructions. Dispose the masks as per government guidelines.
   Wash your hands immediately with soap or hand sanitizer after removing the mask. Avoid touching any other surfaces before you do so.
WASH AND CARE TIP

 We recommend you wash your mask daily following the wash care and government guidelines, here are some tips.


HOW TO DISPOSE THE MASK

Follow Government issued guidelines for disposal after full use-life of the mask.

We hope this blog answers all your masking questions. We urge you to wear your masks before you step out and follow general hygiene and safety regulations as per government rules. And remember, it's all for your good and you never have to compromise on safety and style no matter what.


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