Using an organic cotton not only means they are made using a plant-based fibre that will biodegrade and/or compost in the future, it’s also fabric that hasn’t been exposed to chemical herbicides or pesticides which is all the better for our skin. Being breathable and soft to the touch are important for preventing irritation of our skin. The fibre count in the two cottons is higher on the outer layer and lower on the lining to enable easy breathing and to prevent your breath being caught inside the mask which can irritate skin and exacerbate eczema, psoriasis and acne.
Each mask purchased will donate a mask to the #MasksforMadagascar campaign run by their partner SEED Madagascar.
Cloth masks are designed to provide a protective facial covering which have been suggested as a semi-preventative measure for reducing the chances of catching the coronavirus and other airborne infections. The pattern, material and usage instructions have been created in accordance with the CDC’s guidance which you can read here.
How To Use:
The masks feature two straps on each side. Simply tie the top and bottom straps together in a loop to wear around the ears, or tie around the head by tying the top straps together, and bottom straps together. See pictures 3 and 4 for visual guidance.
Please note: due to health risks, we are unable to accept returns.
About Conscious House London
Conscious House is a small, female-founded brand, based in South West London creating natural and sustainable products. Every product from them has been handmade and uses ingredients and materials from trusted suppliers to help you bring more sustainable and affordable alternatives to your everyday routines.
Each product is designed with their commitment to sustainable, natural and cruelty-free living in mind.