The Transparent Mask by Ikippah X FCpgh

The Transparent Mask: Care
Instructions

The clear non-toxic, flexible plastic opens up the world
of communicating while covering-up.

1. Size up if in between sizes.
2. Gentle or hand wash before first use and every
use. Air dry.
3. Apply and spread a thin layer of liquid baby soap to
the inside of the mask to activate the anti-fog feature.
Reapply after every wash or as needed.
4. Avoid wearing lipstick or lip balm when wearing mask.
5. Avoid very high and low temperatures to keep the shape.

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