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  • From Bikinis to Masks

    <p>Yesterday we made bikinis, today we’re making masks</p><p>Non-medical grade masks for personal use designed and manufactured in California.</p><p>These are non-medical grade reusable face masks for personal use. Machine washable.<br></p><p><strong>DETAILS:</strong></p><p>⁃Designed and manufactured in California</p><p>⁃Polypropylene filter included</p><p>⁃Features interior pocket for filter inserts</p><p>⁃Double layer tight knit fabric with stretch and elastic straps.</p><p>⁃Adjustable straps made from upsycled bikini string</p><p>⁃Reusable<br></p><p><strong>HOW TO WEAR:</strong></p><p>We recommend pulling the strap above the ears over the head and adjusting the side tunnels for a secure fit. For maximum safety tie strings around the neck tightly.</p><p>We enjoyed this article by the NY Times on how to wear a mask</p><p><a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/08/well/live/coronavirus-face-mask-mistakes.html">https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/08/well/live/coronavirus-face-mask-mistakes.html<br></a></p><p><strong>CARE INSTRUCTIONS:</strong></p><p>Once the mask is soiled, you should remove the face mask, and hand-wash the mask in warm water, minimum of 80F (27C) and detergent, then hang to dry. For machine wash use the delicate cycle, then hang to dry as well. Wash your hands after handling the used mask.</p><p>All sales final to protect the health and safety of our customers.<br></p><p><strong><em>Disclaimer</em></strong></p><p><em><span style="font-size: 12px;">The Masks produced by Point Conception are not satisfactory for treating patients with COVID-19 symptoms. Our goal is to help free up the use of CDC-compliant medical masks for the purpose of treating patients with COVID-19 symptoms. Although a polypropylene filter is used, the mask produced by Point Conception are designed to be a substitute for surgical masks.</span></em></p>