Custom printed cotton sateen face coverings give you extra peace of mind in style! Includes 2 x PM2.5 filters. Made in Canada!


How to measure your size: 
Measure from the beginning of one ear, over the tip of your nose, to the start of your other ear.


It’s important that your face covering fits as snug as possible to your face. Take some time to do the following measurements before you order. Never put a mask on a child younger than 2 years old!


• Ready to ship in about 2 weeks.  Due to the number of orders and Covid-19 safety measures please expect an additional 5-6 days for production.
• Made from soft and satiny 200 thread count 100% cotton sateen
• Available in 2 youth and 3 adult sizes to suit a variety of face shapes
• Internal pocket to accommodate a filter of your choice
• Stainless steel adjustable nose piece and soft fabric ear ties
• Printed with environmentally responsible permanent reactive inks that won’t wash out or fade away


PM2.5 filters filter out particles that are as small as 2.5 microns. Virus particles are even smaller than 2.5 microns. However by including a filter in your mask, whether it is a PM2.5 filter or another filter, you are adding extra layers of protection to your cloth face covering. Each of the PM2.5 filters are made of 5 layers of cloth, including two layers of meltblown cloth and one layer of activated carbon cloth to provide excellent filtration. Typically used to prevent the inhalation of air pollution particulates, PM2.5 can help increase effectiveness of non-medical face coverings.

• PM2.5 filters are not equivalent to N95 masks. N95 masks capture 95% of airborne particles larger than 0.3 microns. PM2.5 filters capture particles matter larger than 2.5 microns.

• PM2.5 filters can be used continuously for 16-24 hours, or for 1-2 weeks when used occasionally.
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Face Mask with 2 Filters, Adjustable Steel Nose Wire - Ricepaper Butterfly

  • Additional information on cloth face mask use:

    The CDC recommends staying at home, remaining at least 6 ft away from those who don't live in your household, and wearing cloth face coverings when leaving your home, regardless of whether you have fever or symptoms of COVID-19. This is because of evidence that people with COVID-19 can spread the disease, even when they don’t have any symptoms.

    Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unableto remove the mask without assistance.

    How cloth face coverings work

    Cloth face coverings may prevent the person wearing the mask from spreading respiratory droplets when talking, sneezing, or coughing. If everyone wears a cloth face covering when out in public, such as going to the grocery store, the risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2 can be reduced for the community. Since people may spread the virus before symptoms start, or even if people never have symptoms, wearing a cloth face covering may protect others around you. Face coverings worn by others may protect you from getting the virus from people carrying the virus.

    General considerations for the use of cloth face coverings

    When using a cloth face covering, make sure:

    • The mouth and nose are fully covered, and the mask extends below the chin

    • The covering fits snugly against the sides of the face so there are no gaps

    • You do not have any difficulty breathing while wearing the cloth face covering

    • The cloth face covering can be tied or otherwise secured to prevent slipping

    • Wash your cloth face covering after each use in the washing machine or by hand using a bleach  solution  • Allow it to completely dry.

    •Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds after putting on, touching, or removing     respirators, masks, or cloth face coverings.

    Limitations According to the Government of Canada guidelines:

    Homemade masks are not medical devices and are not regulated like medical masks and respirators. Their use poses a number of limitations:

    • they have not been tested to recognized standards
    • the fabrics are not the same as used in surgical masks or respirators
    • the edges are not designed to form a seal around the nose and mouth
    • they may not provide complete protection against virus-sized particles
    • they can be difficult to breathe through and can prevent you from getting the required amount of oxygen needed by your body

    These types of masks may not be effective in blocking virus particles that may be transmitted by coughing, sneezing or certain medical procedures. They do not provide complete protection from virus particles because of a potential loose fit and the materials used.

    Medical masks, including surgical, medical procedure face masks and respirators (like N95 masks), must be kept for health care workers and others providing direct care to COVID-19 patients.