Bridal Face Mask
Introducing our Bridal Face Mask with Nano Filter. This mask was delicately made by hand with safety and style in mind for your special day.
If you choose to place a mask on backorder, please allow 2 to 3 weeks for production. You will be notified once your item is ready for delivery.
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Do To Covid 19 we can not accept returns for any reason.
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Its what's inside that counts - A nanofiber Filter
Our filters are made with an electrostatic charged nanofiber fabric. An extremely thin, fibrous material inlaid and backed with an additional layer of polypropylene.
What is a nanofiber and how is it made?
Picture these nanofibers as one long microscopic continuous spaghetti noodle that forms a permanent web with such microscopic holes—that larger pieces of dust and contaminants aren’t able to penetrate the surface of the substrate. This creates a very fine, continuous, resilient fiber of 0.2 – 0.3 micron in diameter that is then applied to a filtration media substrate material.
This web collects dust, dirt and contaminants on the surface of the filter; this offers many benefits over conventional filters built with cellulose, cellulose/synthetic, spunbond, or meltblown commodity filtration media. The total manufacturer specifications are shown in the product gallery.
Rust Resistant Aluminum Nose Wire
Once again fit matters!
A 4 inch flat rust resistant aluminum nose wire helps conform the fit more closely to the face helping to reduce fog build up on glasses and create a tighter seal.
One of the factors that makes a quality mask is how it is put together. To maintain proper filtration there must be a layer that is not perforated with holes from a sewing needle.
Each mask we sell is Origami Folded with no seams and no pins used in the process.
Why Fit is Important
An improper fitting mask can lead to air leaks, and an uncomfortable mask may not be not even be worn at all.
We have developed masks in a variety of sizes, styles and prices built to accommodate everyone.
Who have we helped?
So far we have been able to donate masks to Multiple Harris Hospital units, The Children's Hospital and have more going to the the COVID JRB and many more.
How we have helped?
We have had a large amount of people requesting to purchase masks. It has been extremely difficult for us turn away people wanting to protect themselves and their families.
Thinking about shortage and the need for PPE forced us to contemplate a better way to produce even more.
We are professionals that feel are much better served to everyone by bringing our team back to the machines and quickly developing a quality product that helps all involved.