YOU-nique in every way for even the most particular of mask-wearers, each of these Organic Cotton Adjustable Face Masks is lovingly batiked, cut, stitched, and packaged by mamas in Ghana who love their kids and their families just as much as you do.  And they want to not only keep your kiddos safe and healthy at school and play, they also want to ensure the health, well-being, and education of their own children through their FairTrade work with Global Mamas.  Your purchase of one of these masks makes those hopes and dreams a reality.


Masks are sewn from 100% organic cotton that has been batiked with natural dyes  to make vibrant and colorful patterns that make mask wearing more playful and even safer since your child isn't breathing chemical dyes or fabrics as in other, cheaper masks.  Each two-layer mask also has a pocket for a filter, should you choose to add one for additional filtering protection.  And since the ties on these face masks are adjustable to snugly tie around the head, they offer a more comfortable fit than those with elastic ear bands, especially when wearing for longer periods of time.  


For a video of how to wear this adjustable mask: CLICK HERE


For more about the Global Mamas' batiking process: CLICK HERE

Organic Cotton Adjustable Face Masks - CHILDREN

  • - Double layer of 100% organic cotton; convenient adjustable tie.

    - Pocket allows for filter insert (not included).

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