These Zero-Waste Face Masks Are Only P70 Each
They're made from excess fabric scraps!
(SPOT.ph) Wearing a face mask when leaving your home is more crucial now than ever—in fact, it's required by law. Ideally, most of us should be staying home as often as possible. However, for those who need to head out periodically to stock up on essential supplies, be sure to keep your protective gear on and practice physical distancing as well as proper hygiene habits. If you don't have a face mask yet, here's where you can get one: local brand Anthill makes Zero-Waste Reusable Face Masks!
Anthill is best known for their handcrafted clothes and accessories, all made by indigenous weavers. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the brand decided to make use of their excess fabric scraps in order to create zero-waste face masks. Each one is also reusable, so you can wash yours instead of having to discard a single-use mask. The masks have pockets where you can insert filters inside for an extra layer of protection. Each face mask comes with two washable filters. You can cop their masks in plain colors or with cool accents in distinctly Philippine patterns—the same homegrown look you'd get from their one-of-a-kind pieces. You can order them online for just P70 each! Best part? You are also supporting the livelihood of Anthill's seamstresses and production partners.
Check them out:
Anthill's Zero-Waste Reusable Face Masks are available online for P70 each.
For more information, log on to Anthill's Instagram page.
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