Handmade Face Masks In Fashionable Designs Washable Cotton Fabric Launched

Australia-based online business Komoddity has launched a collection of high quality, fashionable, cotton fabric face masks. They help to stop the spread of COVID-19, and meet the mask requirements put in place by officials.

Elwood, Australia - September 16, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Australia-based online business Komoddity has launched a collection of high quality fabric face masks, which help to stop the spread of COVID-19, in fashionable designs in response to this year’s mask requirements around the globe.

More information can be found at https://www.etsy.com/shop/Kamoddity

The recently launched mask business allows people to show their personal style and authenticity while following current COVID-19 mask rules for areas that require them in public spaces. Masks can be delivered anywhere in Australia and the U.S.

The masks are made with a double layer of cotton that can act as an effective filter of smog, pollen, dust and smoke. There is also a filter pocket to accommodate a paper towel or disposable coffee filter for increased benefit, if the customer chooses.

Mask designs range from bright and colourful to charcoal grey faux suede and basic black. Komoddity says the lightweight masks are great for travellers and commuters, with half-face coverage for the nose and mouth, featuring soft stretchy ear loops, high cut design, and durable fabric, in addition to features already mentioned.

As students head back to school, they can accessorize by visiting the Komoddity shop on e-commerce website Etsy, where they’ll be able to choose from 24 fashionable designs to stand out from their peers. The masks come in three pack-size options—2 pack, 5 pack, or 10 pack.

Face masks are recommended where there is community transmission and where social distancing is difficult, and they have been made mandatory in public places in Victoria since August 2nd, as the state struggles to contain a second-wave outbreak of COVID-19. This decision was in response to rising case numbers in Melbourne.

While the case numbers of the coronavirus had been largely under control for a time, many health officials had previously warned of a second wave, which officials are now trying to contain in Victoria. The face masks by Komoddity are ideal for this situation as they can be stored and used as needed, unlike the single use disposable masks.

Komoddity makes it clear that their unisex fabric masks do not replace N-95 masks or other medical personal protective equipment.

To order a face mask, interested parties can visit the website mentioned above.

Contact Info:
Name: Alison
Email: Send Email
Organization: Vintage Oddity
Address: 37 Beach Ave, Elwood, VIC 3184, Australia
Website: https://www.vintageoddity.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88977087

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