Sock It To Me Face Masks - I Speak Unicorn (One Size)
If you happen to run into a unicorn while wearing this mask, you may have an easier time communicating. At the very least, the unicorn will be flattered by your choice of mask, so they'll be much more amenable to granting wishes or giving flying lessons.
Sock It To Me's fun face masks don’t just look awesome, they are also comfortable and made with special copper-infused fibers. The softer inner layer rests comfortably against the face and has an adjustable wire sewn in the top to mold around the nose for a more contoured fit. These cool face masks have adjustable, soft and stretchy straps to help ensure a fit that stays in place snugly without discomfort after extended wear.
They fast-tracked the testing and development of dual-layered knit masks with an outer material that leverages the natural properties of copper. They also made masks in some of their best selling fun sock design motifs, plus a couple new ones special for this release. That means your socks and face can match (if you’re into that kind of thing).
Care instructions: hand wash with warm or cold water, mild detergent. Reshape and dry flat. Do not bleach.
Materials: Fabric: 54% Polyester, 34% Cotton, 12% Copper ion-bonded nylon, Exclusive of elastic.
Lining: 53% Cotton, 47% Polyester, Exclusive of elastic.
Trim: 74% Nylon, 26% Polyurethane, Exclusive of inner copper wire.
The Face mask is worn to cover the nose, mouth and fit under the chin. It should comfortably rest over the sides of the face.
How to Use Toggle to Adjust Strap Length:
You will use a twist tie to thread the toggles through the ear straps.
- Squeeze the toggle to create a circular opening.
- Wrap a twist tie or string around the ear strap. Place tie close to bottom of mask, below the ears.
- Use the twist tie to pill the mask strap through the toggle opening.
*The face mask is not intended for medical use. It does not contain carbon filters. Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.*