antibacterial masks

NEW Antibacterial Face Masks for Virus Safety

As we all know, 2020 was the year of the mask.  Yes, we are all tired of wearing masks.  They are HOT, and give us maskne (aka acne from mask).   What if I told you, there is a new facemask that won’t make you break out! 

HMNKind has new antibacterial face masks that will let you breathe and keep you safe from viruses. 

I received 2 HMNKIND Masks for free in exchange for a review. These are Antibacterial Face Masks that contour to your face leaving no side gaps. They are 99.9% antibacterial to help protect you against maskne (aka acne you get from the irritation of a mask constantly rubbing against your face.) They also have 99.9 percent UV blocking, features a 4-way stretch, and are super soft and better than the store bought ones. Reusable, recyclable, beautiful.

Antibacterial Face Masks

They also come in 4 different sizes extra-small (kids) to Large and 8 different colors making them a nice gift for those who struggle with masks being too big or too small. Because of the light (but still protective) stretchy material, they’re also comfortable on your ears.

Antibacterial Face Masks

At-A-Glance Features:

  • Made of patented antibacterial fabric designed not to dry out or irritate the skin 

  • Breathable material and more protective than a cotton mask 

  • Protective for viral and particle filtration based on independent testing 

  • Four-way stretch ear straps for ease of wear 

  • Hand wash and hang dry. Quicker dry time compared to cotton masks 

  • Easy to store – Roll it up or fold it away so you can keep it handy 

  • Maintains color and shape wear after wear

  • The masks are multi-use and can be recycled

  • Modern and sleek looking for professional meetings while also athletic and casual for taking a hike or running around town

  • 10 percent of all sales will go to fight racial injustice and systemic racism by supporting the nonprofit, Color of Change

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Disclaimer:
I received the item(s) above free of charge in exchange for a review post. This disclosure is in accordance with Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.