Yumi - ML Masks (Limited Edition)
Yumi - ML Masks (Limited Edition)
Yumi - ML Masks (Limited Edition)
Yumi - ML Masks (Limited Edition)
Yumi - ML Masks (Limited Edition)
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Yumi - ML Masks (Limited Edition)

RM68.00 MYR
    DESCRIPTION

    Masks are an important accessories in our lives from now on. This is a Limited Edition Fabric Mask designed by Melinda Looi. It has 5 layers and a filter pocket for PM2.5 filter inserts. It comes with 2 pcs of disposable filter inserts.

    Washable, eco friendly, reusable, protect yourself and others too. Stop using the surgical masks, keep them for the elderly, sick people and frontliners only. PLEASE!

    **Our ML Fashion Masks comply with latest Ministry of Health / WHO criteria of a minimum 3 layers face mask***

    PRODUCT FEATURES

  • This is a not a medical mask
  • Washable & Reusable 
  • Pocket for Optional Filter
  • Packed in sealed ziplock bag which can be re-used after opening
  • Once Opened No Returns / Exchanges (due to hygiene reasons)
  • Made with Love in Malaysia

  • SIZING & FIT

  • Adjustable nose wire embedded for better fit
  • Extra long fabric straps for flexible & comfortable securing behind the head 
  • Free Size - Fits most Adults and kids above 7 years 

  • MATERIAL & WASH CARE

    • 5 Layers Fabric Mask: 1st different material depending on design (cotton, viscose, poly), 2nd & 3rd layers a Hydrophobic Polyester Interfacing, 4th layer a Hydrophobic Non-Woven Spun-Melt-Spun Material (as also use in hospitals for protective gear) and 5th layer Moisture Absorbing Cotton.
    • Comfortable & breathable
    • Washing Batik: Hand wash. Cold rinse with gentle soap.


    CARE AND APPRECIATION OF BATIK

    The best way to clean it is by giving it a cold hand rinse. Use a gentle soap like baby or olive oil shampoo as it will react minimally with the dyes. Nevertheless remember to watch for colours running. To dry, simply lay your batik flat or hang it up. Lightly rub the textile together and remember to never wring or soak your batik as this will damage the cloth.
    Unlike machine printed fabric, the colours on handmade batik are not colour-fast. They tend to fade slightly with every wash, giving off an almost vintage feel. While this is unavoidable, we feel that this adds to its beauty with time.

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