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Where Does It Come From? African Organic Face Mask


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Vibrant printed organic face mask using organic cotton from Uganda.

Where Does It Come From? African Organic Face Mask
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Product Description

Here’s a selection of beautifully vibrant face masks created using African organic cotton. The fabric is organic, grown in a farming co-operative in Uganda, a social enterprise training farmers in ecological farming methods. The cotton is a variety native to the area where it is being grown, so naturally resistant to insects and requiring only rainwater.

You can find out more about our Project to create a transparent supply chain in Africa which we ran in 2019, producing a range of organic cotton tunics, scarves, hair scrunchies and pocket squares.

The organic cotton fibres were processed and printed especially for us in an organic certified factory in Germany. This fabric is unique!

The masks have a silky soft luxurious feel and come in a choice of three vibrant colours. They also come with their story, right back to the cotton fields of Uganda.

Your African organic face mask offers protection for personal use whilst being comfortable, natural and re-usable. The string ties mean the size can be easily adjusted, fitting children as well as adults.

The masks are being sewn to order in the UK and will be dispatched within 3 days.

Each mask has a QR code on the wash label so you can explore it’s story and get to know the people involved in creating it, as well as the environment and community friendly processes we use.

As a thank you for shopping with us and helping to support ethical business, we’ll plant a tree in the tropics on your behalf through our charity partner

We’ll do this every time you shop with us, at no extra cost to you.

UK consumers made 39.4 billion payments in 2018 – if a tree were planted for every one of those transactions things would change very quickly. We want to show other companies – and you – that it’s not difficult to do things differently.

One day it will be as normal to give back as it is to take. Until then, when you shop with companies that don’t embed restoration into your transactions, you can plant a tree yourself every time you buy something! (It costs much less than you might think…)

Thank you for caring and for your support. You’ve just changed the future.

  Katie and Jarvis

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