Face coverings are now being mandated. We know this may cause frustration to some so we added this product to our collective. If you gotta wear it, might as well look badass as hell at the same time.
*Colors may appear different. Adjustments only used for clarity and advertising purposes.
* Non-Medical device and is not intended to be used as a replacement for such. Fashion is key.
As the pandemic began,
Our team quickly distributed and donated over 1000 masks consistent with (N95 Standards) and handcrafted fabric masks (which we sewed n95 masks inside for extra care).
(3M 1860 N95 masks) and NIOSH Approved N95 & KN95 mask from US Suppliers - some of which were imported from China.
Bella Canvas Face Coverings
Mental Health Residencies in Santa Monica, CA
Post-Acute Nursing Homes in Carson, CA
Retirement Home in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Fishermen workers in Dutch Harbor, Alaska
Convalescent homes in Henderson, Nevada
Our biggest donation was to the Philippines (consisted of 500 Surgical Masks, 100 Bella Canvas Face Coverings, and sadly 50 Handcrafted Fabric Masks with N95 sewn inside (which was confiscated by the airport).
None the less, we haven't made any profit from that could compare to the number of donations we've given freely and paid full retail price for.
**There is a bias in the market. The small businesses selling N95 Masks are being hunted down for selling N95 Masks. However, other companies are charging $17.95 per mask! The 3M 1860 Masks is retail $30 for a pack of 20. The price gouging is not by small businesses. Rather, the surge in pricing brought up our costs as well. We're operating under profit and over budget, but we continue to do so because we believe that both Medical Front Liners and the public should have access to N95 grade Masks.**
But we press on because want this invisible enemy to go away sooner than later.