~3 sizes of medium for Women's Small, Medium, Large.
Sometimes it’s important for people to be able to see your lips and mouth. Maybe you work with young children learning to read. Or perhaps you interact with people who are deaf or hard of hearing. But you want to keep yourself and those around you safe from COVID.
People who are deaf or hard of hearing
Young children or students learning to read
Students learning a new language
People with disabilities
People who need to see the proper shape
of the mouth for making appropriate vowel sounds
Having designed these masks to fit snuggly... I had to work out the best way to find out sizing protocol. Photo shows the tape measure from tip of nose diagonally to jaw bone under ear. This works well and has been tried and tested by many.
~Average Small 13-13.5cm.
~Average or medium is 14cm.
~Medium Large is 14.5cm
~Large is 15cm.
This is the most common sizes in my experience. This sizing system is applicable to my anti fog masks only. Other masks made by others maybe different.
~New Style, stays still while you chat, doesn't drop down of your nose, so more fiddling with your mask
~If you wear glasses, then also a bonus of no more fogging.
(Tested by myself and many others)
I have researched extensively for the recommended fabric, style for these masks.
They have 2 layers, front and back 100% high quality cotton and a double inner layer of non woven fabric.
These masks are recommended, as stated by the WHO, for use in helping prevent you spreading your cough, cold, flu bugs etc to anyone else.
MBIE and MPI accredited to make Fabric Facemasks
Masks are made by - Jannz (me) at the Shop in Oxford.