Face masks have been key to managing the pandemic, and going forward, they'll be commonplace as a courtesy to keep our germs to ourselves. Yet keeping a mask clean, and keeping one handy, can be a challenge. From the team at Keysmart, the ViralOff® Packable Face Mask is designed to solve both problems with a mask that's easy to pack, wear, and clean. And for a limited time, you can save an extra 15% with our pre-Black Friday coupon, SAVE15NOV.
A Self-Cleaning Mask
The Polygene fabric this mask is built on is impregnated with silver chloride, which gives off silver ions. The ions punch through the membranes of microorganisms and bind to their vital structures, killing them quickly.
From there, they become "zombies," as any other viruses or bacteria they interact with get invaded with the ions and die themselves. Within two hours, 99% of microorganisms in your mask will be toast, so you can put it on confident that you're not spreading your germs.
In addition, it's machine washable. So, if you're thorough, or just prefer a slight fabric freshener scent, put it in the laundry with confidence.
A Mask That's Always There
The convenience with this mask starts with the built-in bag that you can fold it into. Toss it into your bag, put it in your pocket, or clip it to your keychain for when you need it.
The mask itself is made with two layers of breathable fabric to block particles while giving you maximum airflow. And you can adjust it quickly with the sliding rubber ear loops to fit firmly but comfortably across your face.
With flu season coming up, having a mask with you is important. It helps to protect others and serves as a common courtesy. The ViralOff ensures not only that you'll quickly be able to get one, but that it'll be clean, every time.
Get the ViralOff® Packable Face Mask for $18.66 (reg. $29) with coupon SAVE15NOV
Prices subject to change.
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