Joe Davies
Joe Davies

MORI launches sustainable sourced reusable face masks

Children’s clothing brand MORI has launched a range sustainably sourced reusable face masks for children and adults, in a bid to help safeguard families against the threat of COVID-19.

MORI launches sustainable sourced reusable face masks: Image 1 Children's clothing brand MORI has launched a range sustainably sourced reusable face masks for children and adults, in a bid to help safeguard families against the threat of COVID-19.

The masks have been produced using the company's signature fabric, which is a blend of bamboo (70%) and organic cotton (30%). The MORI reusable face masks have been created with sustainability and safety in mind with no harmful chemicals having been used. They have also been produced in trusted factories with fair and safe working conditions.

The reusable face masks have two elastic straps that loop over each ear, enabling the mask to wrap around the chin, covering the mouth and nose. Available in five different prints, they come in two sizes for adults, and one size for children ages 2 years and up.

The MORI face masks retail from £8.50 each, or from £22.50 for a 3-pack, and are available to purchase at babymori.com