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Sweat and Milk kids face mask
Sweat and Milk kids face mask
Sweat and Milk kids face mask
Sweat and Milk kids face mask nose bridge
$19.95

Toddler and Kids Face Mask

This product is currently out of stock and is on backorder - once it comes back in stock it will get shipped out. First come, first serve.


Shipping now from Los Angeles. 

For every mask you buy, we’ll donate one to LA’s public service workers on the frontlines of the Covid-19 crisis.

Key features:

  • 4-layer of protection
  • For toddlers and kids from 1 yrs to 10 yrs
  • Skin friendly non woven fabric
  • Adjustable nose bridge
  • Soft and breathable
  • 3D shaped for more secure coverage
  • Non allergic 
  • Formaldehyde free, no adhesive 
  • Elastic ear loop for comfortable wear
  • Three color and pattern options, will be randomly shipped
  • Limited quantities. Please don't buy more than three boxes per person so that it can be available to more people who need them
  • Free U.S. shipping
  • All sales are final. Face masks may not be returned and no refunds will be provided
  • Pre-orders will be shipped on April 15

Disclaimer: Our disposable kids face masks are designed for non-medical purposes only. They are not intended to be substituted for medical grade personal protective equipments or any other medical equipment. No representations or claims regarding Sweat and Milk products are intended to be substitute for professional medical advice. Sweat and Milk recommends that you always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any question or condition. 

  • 3D design
  • Non woven material
  • Non allergic 
  • One-size
  • Three colors and patterns, will be randomly shipped

When should your kids wear a face mask?

CDC recommends everyone wears a mask in public because Covid-19 can be asymptomatic. It's every citizen's responsibility to flatten the curve and slow the spread.

Wear it when you go outside, to any public places where there are people around during a pandemic. It's especially important to wear a face covering when you go to a closed environment, such as elevator or grocery stores. 

How to properly put on and take off a disposable mask? - From CDC

It’s important to familiarize yourself with the respirator user instructions and to practice putting on the respirator in a clean area before you begin using it in a contaminated area.

Wash your hands before and after removal of the respirator because you may have accidentally touched the outside of the mask. Be super careful and don't let the outside of the mask touch your face while removing it. 

Check CDC's complete guidance for more details.

What are the things to consider for mask storage?

You shouldn't keep it in your pocket, wallet, purse, handbag, or funny pack. You should hand used respirators in a designated storage area or keep them in a clean, breathable container such as paper bag between users. Don't have respirators pushed against each other. Label them with name so that there is no confusion. 

If necessary, appropriately disinfect the object used to shield it. 

How long can you wear it for?

It is recommended to wear it for 2-4 hours. Masks are like a sponge for microbes. The more you reuse your masks, the greater the risk. 

The ideal situation is to wear a new one every time if possible. 

Can I clean it?

No. Under no circumstances should an attempt be made to clean or wash a disposable face mask. 

You can't see all of the viruses that many accumulate in the mask during use, because they are teeny-weeny. Viruses don't just bounce off of the mask but instead get trapped inside it. 

A study published in a 2009 issue of the Annuals of Occupational Hygiene evaluated five possible decontamination methods. The most promising options were UVGI, ethylene oxide, and VHP, but the evidence at the time was far from conclusive. 

Can a surgical mask, microfiber cloth or wet handkerchief help protect against small particles?

Surgical/procedure or “medical” face masks are designed to help keep spit and mucous generated by the wearer from reaching a patient or medical equipment. They likely do not provide respiratory protection unless they are designed, tested, and certified as a respirator. 

Microfiber cloths, scarves, wet handkerchief’s or similar items have not been designed or tested to help filter out small particles and therefore should not be used for protection from particulate matter.

What about the reusable and washable cotton masks?

The concern with cloth is that it retains moisture and provides an ideal breeding ground for bacteria. In a 2015 study in BMJ Open, a group of researchers found that hospital health workers in Vietnam who wore cloth masks fared worse than workers in the control group, some of whom wore no mask at all.

The researchers suspects that it was partly due to lack of proper mask care. Those using cloth masks for personal use should wash their masks frequently. Wash it everyday and hang it outside to dry if possible. Sunlight is very germicidal. 

Do valves on respirators impact their effectiveness?

The purpose of a respirator’s exhalation valve is to reduce the breathing resistance during exhale; it does not impact a respirator’s ability to provide respiratory protection. The valve is designed to open during exhalation to allow exhaled air to exit the respirator and then close tightly during inhalation, so inhaled air is not permitted to enter the respirator through the valve. While a valve does not change a respirator’s ability to help reduce a wearer’s exposure to bioaerosols, a person who is exhibiting symptoms of illness should not wear a valved respirator, because exhaled particles may leave the respirator via the valve and enter the surrounding environment, potentially exposing other people.

For more questions, please email us at hello@sweatandmilk.com or via chatbot. 

All masks are final sales. Face masks may not be returned and no refunds will be provided.

    DESCRIPTION

    Shipping now from Los Angeles. 

    For every mask you buy, we’ll donate one to LA’s public service workers on the frontlines of the Covid-19 crisis.

    Key features:

    • 4-layer of protection
    • For toddlers and kids from 1 yrs to 10 yrs
    • Skin friendly non woven fabric
    • Adjustable nose bridge
    • Soft and breathable
    • 3D shaped for more secure coverage
    • Non allergic 
    • Formaldehyde free, no adhesive 
    • Elastic ear loop for comfortable wear
    • Three color and pattern options, will be randomly shipped
    • Limited quantities. Please don't buy more than three boxes per person so that it can be available to more people who need them
    • Free U.S. shipping
    • All sales are final. Face masks may not be returned and no refunds will be provided
    • Pre-orders will be shipped on April 15

    Disclaimer: Our disposable kids face masks are designed for non-medical purposes only. They are not intended to be substituted for medical grade personal protective equipments or any other medical equipment. No representations or claims regarding Sweat and Milk products are intended to be substitute for professional medical advice. Sweat and Milk recommends that you always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any question or condition. 

    FIT & FABRIC

    • 3D design
    • Non woven material
    • Non allergic 
    • One-size
    • Three colors and patterns, will be randomly shipped

    FAQ 

    When should your kids wear a face mask?

    CDC recommends everyone wears a mask in public because Covid-19 can be asymptomatic. It's every citizen's responsibility to flatten the curve and slow the spread.

    Wear it when you go outside, to any public places where there are people around during a pandemic. It's especially important to wear a face covering when you go to a closed environment, such as elevator or grocery stores. 

    How to properly put on and take off a disposable mask? - From CDC

    It’s important to familiarize yourself with the respirator user instructions and to practice putting on the respirator in a clean area before you begin using it in a contaminated area.

    Wash your hands before and after removal of the respirator because you may have accidentally touched the outside of the mask. Be super careful and don't let the outside of the mask touch your face while removing it. 

    Check CDC's complete guidance for more details.

    What are the things to consider for mask storage?

    You shouldn't keep it in your pocket, wallet, purse, handbag, or funny pack. You should hand used respirators in a designated storage area or keep them in a clean, breathable container such as paper bag between users. Don't have respirators pushed against each other. Label them with name so that there is no confusion. 

    If necessary, appropriately disinfect the object used to shield it. 

    How long can you wear it for?

    It is recommended to wear it for 2-4 hours. Masks are like a sponge for microbes. The more you reuse your masks, the greater the risk. 

    The ideal situation is to wear a new one every time if possible. 

    Can I clean it?

    No. Under no circumstances should an attempt be made to clean or wash a disposable face mask. 

    You can't see all of the viruses that many accumulate in the mask during use, because they are teeny-weeny. Viruses don't just bounce off of the mask but instead get trapped inside it. 

    A study published in a 2009 issue of the Annuals of Occupational Hygiene evaluated five possible decontamination methods. The most promising options were UVGI, ethylene oxide, and VHP, but the evidence at the time was far from conclusive. 

    Can a surgical mask, microfiber cloth or wet handkerchief help protect against small particles?

    Surgical/procedure or “medical” face masks are designed to help keep spit and mucous generated by the wearer from reaching a patient or medical equipment. They likely do not provide respiratory protection unless they are designed, tested, and certified as a respirator. 

    Microfiber cloths, scarves, wet handkerchief’s or similar items have not been designed or tested to help filter out small particles and therefore should not be used for protection from particulate matter.

    What about the reusable and washable cotton masks?

    The concern with cloth is that it retains moisture and provides an ideal breeding ground for bacteria. In a 2015 study in BMJ Open, a group of researchers found that hospital health workers in Vietnam who wore cloth masks fared worse than workers in the control group, some of whom wore no mask at all.

    The researchers suspects that it was partly due to lack of proper mask care. Those using cloth masks for personal use should wash their masks frequently. Wash it everyday and hang it outside to dry if possible. Sunlight is very germicidal. 

    Do valves on respirators impact their effectiveness?

    The purpose of a respirator’s exhalation valve is to reduce the breathing resistance during exhale; it does not impact a respirator’s ability to provide respiratory protection. The valve is designed to open during exhalation to allow exhaled air to exit the respirator and then close tightly during inhalation, so inhaled air is not permitted to enter the respirator through the valve. While a valve does not change a respirator’s ability to help reduce a wearer’s exposure to bioaerosols, a person who is exhibiting symptoms of illness should not wear a valved respirator, because exhaled particles may leave the respirator via the valve and enter the surrounding environment, potentially exposing other people.

    For more questions, please email us at hello@sweatandmilk.com or via chatbot. 

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    All masks are final sales. Face masks may not be returned and no refunds will be provided.

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