For every handcrafted eco-friendly mask bought, one mask is donated to a marginalized community across the city to raise awareness on the impacts of pollution which endangers important species of Bangladesh in the coastal areas.
Endangered Animal Featured: Ruddy Turnstone
The small, stocky Ruddy Turnstone inspires this mask, which is recognized for its ability to turn stones using its beak, in order to scavenge for food. Due to rampant plastic pollution on the beaches of Cox’s Bazar, the habitat of these migratory birds are threatened in Bangladesh.
Materials: Cotton, Cotton Knit, Polypropelene
Signature hand-made patchwork
Comes in three sizes
Multiple choices for straps
Reusable till it's damaged
Made as per the CDC guidelines, under the inspection of local biotech engineers
100 percent breathable and super comfortable
To be washed and dried under the sun before the first use and also after regular use. Do not wring it, may cause damage.Handle with Care