Face masks help protect others from the wearer’s respiratory emissions. The CDC has recommended face masks for use by the general public as a form of source control in the spread of COVID-19. The mask covers user’s mouth, nose, and jaw providing a physical barrier.
3-layers of physical barriers: Made with three layers of soft non-woven polypropylenes that help prevent the exhalation of respiratory droplets.
The outer-most layer is designed to be water resistant. Pour some water onto the outer layer and you should be able to see that the mask repels water properly.
The middle layer is used to trap bacteria and other small particles from entering or exiting the mask. This will be flame-resistant.
The innermost layer is designed to absorb moisture such as saliva, mucus and sneeze droplets. This ensures when a user sneezes, the mask will be able to contain the droplets.
This mask is not intended for medical use. This is not a surgical mask, does not provide liquid barrier protection and should not be used in a clinical setting where the infection risk level through inhalation exposure is high. It is always recommended to include masks with other protective measures such as handwashing with non-antimicrobial soap and water, and alcohol-based hand rub if soap and water are not available.