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Göttin des Glücks Gesichtsmaske Small

Göttin des Glücks Face Mask

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Common in Asia for a long time, this type of face covering only became common in the West with... more
Common in Asia for a long time, this type of face covering only became common in the West with the outbreak of the Corona pandemic and unfortunately also often obligatory. For those who have had enough of disposable masks but still need a mask, we have something here: upcycled-style mouth-nose protection made from old saris.

Our production partner Rice&Carry in beautiful Sri Lanka first developed these masks for their own staff. After we heard about them, we were keen to offer them here too - because these masks are not only beautiful, but also real full-blooded upcycled products. Since the masks are cut from vintage material, each mask is unique. Design and colours vary depending on the mask, only the inside is always made of natural, woven cotton fabric.
By means of the wire bow above the nose and the individually adjustable band, our mouth-nose masks can be adapted to any face shape, so that they fit the face as well as possible. The continuous band means they can also be worn around the neck and are quickly ready for use again. There is an opening at the bottom through which a filter can be inserted.

They are available in three sizes: S, M and L. We recommend size S for children and young people, M and L for adults, whereby M usually fits women and L for men. However, the size is of course also dependent on the shape of the face and body size.

Since the masks are an upcycled product, each one is unique. Due to the great variety of colours of the different saris, we offer the masks as a surprise product, which means that there is no possibility to choose a colour in advance.

These masks are produced in the sewing workshop of our WFTO-certified partner Rice & Carry in Sri Lanka. Rice & Carry trains women from rural areas to help them earning their own fair income. The company's environmental focus is on the sustainable use of resources with a particular focus on upcycling existing materials.

When our WFTO-certified production partner Rice & Carry had the idea to make something out of old saris, they went door to door and promoted their project to the women. In the meantime, the women bring their old saris to the factory themselves and Rice & Carry turns them into scrunchies, hair bands, face masks and furoshikis (textile alternative to wrapping paper).

Please note: These masks are not certified medical devices.