HAND MADE + MARIN MADE
Beautiful, breathable Indigo Shibori Tie-Dye masks with cotton herringbone ties. Just in time for the gorgeous weather, our latest Indigo Tie-Dye Face Mask will pair perfectly with breezy sundresses, shorts and bathing suits. Hand-dyed in the Japanese Shibori method, each mask is distinctly different from the next and has a beautiful and soft hand-knotted leather strap to rest comfortably over your ears.
These unique beauties are also effective. Made of 1 layers of hand-dyed Shibori linen and two layers of cotton poplin with cotton herringbone ties, they allow for easy breathing for use on walks or hikes and are simple to clean. A copper wire over the nose bridge allows for a snug and extra-safe fit.
Not intended to replace medical grade personal protective equipment.
This is a personal use item and cannot be returned.
Please continue to practice social distances and washing your hands.
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Our Aromatherapy Sprays are the perfect way to freshen your face mask and your mood throughout the day.
Before you begin please wash your hands. With your mask on, place one or two sprays in the palms of your hands and gently pat your mask. Now inhale gently several times. Please wash your hands again.
You will find that the mask dose a great job of diffusing the oils and you will receive an immediate benefit from these natural healing oils. Many essential oils are also naturally anti-bacterial so they have the added virtue of keeping you safe. A few sprays on the mask after washing and before putting on will also keep your mask smelling amazing.
Great fit = Great protection
The size of your mask will depend mostly on the size of your FACE not your head. Taking measurements of your face is the best way to determine your Face Mask Size.
Using a flexible tape measure, follow the instructions on the illustration. If you don’t have a tape measure, mark a string, shoelace or piece of paper and then measure against a ruler. If you don’t have a ruler, follow this link: