These Baybayin Face Masks Are for a Good Cause
For every purchase, they give a mask to a street kid.
(SPOT.ph) In case you're still on the hunt for face masks with a cause, we stumbled upon this cool local brand that makes minimalist face mask designs that promotes Filipino culture and helps people in need: Legazy's Maskara collection features washable face masks with Baybayin lettering.
The face masks feature the word "magiting" in the ancient Tagalog writing script. In English, magiting means "brave," "valiant," and "heroic." The masks are made with two-ply neoprene fabric which is water-repellent, so you can be protected from droplets. They provide ear-to-ear coverage, plus each face mask comes with a pocket where you can insert tissues and filters for extra protection. It's available in four colors: Itim (black), Lunti (army green), Abo (gray), and Puti (white). You can buy one for P250.
Plus, for every face mask purchase, Legazy will donate a face mask to a street kid and support the livelihoods of their partner tailors. In a way, you get to reach out to those who need help the most, so feel free to shop for your friends, family, or even yourself!
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Legazy also has cool T-shirts and caps that feature baybayin. Check it out:
For more information, log on to Legazy's website.