Monday, December 7, 2020

Happy Masks #Holiday2020 #StockingStuffer

In this day and age, it is now a thing to think of something like a mask as common. So why not as a gift, or a stocking stuffer? Because everyone is using them! And Happy Mask has some good ones! Plus they are the most recommended by doctors for non-medical masks.

Happy Masks have 99.9% filtration:
Five layers of sewn-in protection, including a nanofiber membrane, all work together to block 99.9% of viral and bacterial particles. The filters have been perfected over the last 20 years and are third-party tested by Nelson Labs USA.

Reusable and washable:
Happy Masks are washable for at least 50x and provide 250 hours of protection on average. Most filters are not washable, which is why they need to be sold as separate inserts. Having a sewn-in and wafer-thin filter like ours enables corner-to-corner coverage, and a lightweight and breathable profile.
Better air flow:
The unique "beak" shape keeps the mask away from your nose and mouth, allowing you to breathe easier. No more muffled voices! This design is also great for preventing maskne.

Precise fit:
Every mask includes adjustable ear straps and a nose wire. They carry a range of sizes that fit everyone from toddlers to adults.

Fun prints:
Masks are not just a necessity - they have become an everyday accessory. Happy Mask print theirs in both neutrals and fun colors and prints to appeal to a wide range of customers.

Check it all out at Happy Mask on Facebook, as well as Happy Mask on Instagram.
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