This Unique Drinking Mask Helps You Stay Hydrated Safely During Covid-19
To promote mask-wearing and hydration in effort to stay healthy during COVID-19, a new, one of a kind face mask has been designed to make staying hydrated easier.
Created by entrepreneur Sheila Coates, the patent-pending BYOB Drinking Mask is stylish, comfortable, and reusable. Now that we are in the summer season, the masks offer an ideal solution to stay hydrated in any situation during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
As we move to a normal world again, the CDC recommends continued wear of washable, reusable, non-medical grade cloth masks to help stay safe and healthy. BYOB “Drinking Masks” provides peace of mind and lessens fear while remaining hydrated without having to remove your mask.
Unlike most reusable masks on the market, “Drinking Masks” are exceptionally breathable and comfortable with adjustable ear straps. Sourced and manufactured in the US, the masks are made of four-way stretch material for all-day comfort and the grommeted drinking hole retains the shape and safety as the inside flap covers the drinking hole when not in use. The face coverings are washable and reusable to minimize the impact on our planet and help with providing anti-dust protection from particles in the air, pollen, and much more while restoring freedom and peace of mind.
While the masks promote responsible drinking and hydration, they are suitable for cycling, camping, running, travel, climbing, and daily exercise use. The masks equally protect from fog, haze, vehicle exhaust, passive smoking, and so much more. In addition, they come in three colors (black, white, and grey) and are customizable with your company logo or tagline for your brand.
Already, Ms. Coats has sold over 2,000 masks during its soft launch. BYOB “Drinking Masks” will help influence the societal perception of wearing a mask as part of the everyday wardrobe and keep communities safe and healthy.
A portion of the proceeds will go to supply masks for underserved children.
To learn more about the masks, visit the website www.byobdrinkingmask.com.
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