Blank Disposable Face Masks (Pack of 10)

Add your logo as a label to the transparent packaging and provide an essential for staff, customers and visitors to your business.

  • These masks are not customisable (your logo is added on a label to the transparent packaging; not the individual masks)
  • Non-woven, triple-layer polypropylene
  • Adjustable nose wire
  • Elastic ear loops (may contain latex)
  • One sealed pack contains 10 masks
  • Need more than 10,000 masks? Submit your request here.
  • Not a medical device or personal protective equipment (PPE).

See our FAQs section for important information about our face masks, including instructions for correct use.

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Stock up on disposable blank masks people can use in your business or on the go

Each pack of 10 blank masks comes wrapped in clear plastic. Customise the packaging with a label including your business name, logo or message of community support. They’re practical to have on hand in case someone enters your business space without a mask. Offering them a complimentary mask is a budget-friendly gesture that builds peace of mind among your customers and employees.

Our disposable masks are made of three layers of non-woven polypropylene and are designed to help protect other people around you while comfortably covering your nose, mouth and chin. Please note that you cannot customise individual masks. A label with your logo or business details is added to the transparent packaging.

How to correctly put on and take off your mask.

How to put on your face mask

 To put on your mask, we recommend the following steps:
1. Wash hands with soap and water or hand sanitiser before touching your mask.
2. Raise your mask to nose level. Place the loops around your ears.
3. Pull down the bottom of your mask, so that it covers your mouth and chin.
4. Press the flexible upper edge of the mask along the bridge of your nose. 

How to take off your face mask

 To take off your mask, we recommend you: 
1. Wash hands with soap and water or hand sanitiser before touching your mask.
2. Reach your hands back to touch the elastic loop behind each ear. Be sure not to touch the front of your mask – it may be contaminated. 
3. Pulling the elastic bands back at the same time, lift the mask off your face.
4. Clean your hands again, using soap and water or hand sanitiser.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are these masks acceptable for use in a medical setting? Can health care professionals use them against COVID-19?
A: No – these masks are not suitable for use in medical settings. They are not a medical device or personal protective equipment (PPE), and are not intended for use by health care professionals or for use in health care facilities or environments. While they provide a basic physical barrier, these masks are only intended to protect people around the wearer and not the wearer themselves.

Q: Do these masks help prevent COVID-19 from spreading?
A: Governments and health agencies in different countries have different perspectives. Some believe that face masks worn in public can help flatten the curve. Others have publicly stated that masks do not play a significant role in this effort. When considering whether masks are right for you, we recommend you consult your country’s latest national and regional guidelines. 

Q: What are these disposable face masks made of?
A: These single-use masks are made of non-woven polypropylene and elastic ear bands. The polypropylene has three layers: a non-woven outer layer, melt-blown middle layer and soft, absorbent inner layer.

Q: Can I reuse these face masks?
A: No. These single use masks should not be worn for more than four hours of continued use and should be thrown away after that. If you’re interested in reusable face masks, we do offer machine-washable masks with replaceable filter systems.

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