Sustainable, Medical-Grade Mask (Pack of 2)
Sustainable, Medical-Grade Mask (Pack of 2)
Sustainable, Medical-Grade Mask (Pack of 2)
Sustainable, Medical-Grade Mask (Pack of 2)
Sustainable, Medical-Grade Mask (Pack of 2)
Sustainable, Medical-Grade Mask (Pack of 2)
Sustainable, Medical-Grade Mask (Pack of 2)
Sustainable, Medical-Grade Mask (Pack of 2)

Sustainable, Medical-Grade Mask (Pack of 2)

Regular price $16.00
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about

  • comes in a 2 pack— so spread the love… give to a friend, or family (from 6 ft apart of course)

  • our masks are sewn locally in Denver at our partnered factory. They are lined with BFE medical grade melt-blown fabric which is a critical part to a protective mask. 

  • staying true to our roots, we are using deadstock (leftover fabric scraps) from our zero-waste production to make the masks. Thus, fabric content, color and pattern for each mask will vary. This means some masks will be in floral patterns (like pictured) and some will be solid. Your 2 pack will be a variety pack... and don't worry.. all of them are cute and we promise you will look rad. 

wear + care

  • Machine washable, lay flat to dry. When you toss it in the washing machine, tie your mask so that the string doesn't come out! 

  • For best practices, hand wash before first use and after each subsequent use. Tie and adjust as needed. And try to not mess with it or touch your pretty face once it’s on. 

shipping 

  • $5
  • ships within 1 week  (we are doing our very best so please be patient)
  • Please note, for hygienic reasons all purchases of washable masks are final. 
what the f*ck is deadstock?

When a clothing company goes to production, they make / purchase a specific amount of fabric with intention to use. Most of the time, they only end up using 80%-90% of what’s made, leaving the left over behind to be thrown in landfills or burned. Deadstock is the fabric that is left behind. The idea behind using deadstock fabric is that we are creating beautiful clothes out of fabric that has already been made, and is no longer desired. This means we work with small yardages of fabric, and once something of ours is sold out, it’s gone forever. So everything we do at Past Life is small batch, limited runs and SLOW fashion. 

When it comes to sustainability, there is no clear path or right way to the most sustainable option for fabric. As a small business, we are doing our absolute best to be as sustainable as possible, and right now, we believe using deadstock is the best option.