The Honey Face masks are made and packaged in Italy using high quality materials.
The multi-layer “generic filtering” face mask “made to exclusive use of the community” provides comfort and breathability, shaped adequately to fit and adhere the face and to cover from the chin above the nose.
Honey face mask cannot be identified as a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) nor a Medical Protective Device. It does not guarantee respiratory system and airways protection and therefore cannot be used when a PPE or Medical Protective Device is prescribed.
Fabric treatment for the Honey face masks is performed by Stamperia Olonia, company certified ISO 9001, 14001, 45001 and Oeko-tex®, with over 50 years of experience in textile printing and finishing.
The external cotton is water-repellent, therefore suitable to contain droplets, i.e. the small drops exhaled during breathing.. In addition, the layer has been treated with silver particles that avoid bacterial growth, making the mask odorless.
The TNT (non-woven fabric) intermediate layer, also water-repellent, is the physical barrier serving as a filter.
The internal cotton is breathable and hydrophilic, absorbing the moisture created while breathing, so that the mask results comfortable to wear even after a prolonged period of use.
Tests carried out on the fabric shows that its water-repellent and antimicrobial properties are retained after 20 washes, making the masks economically convenient as the cost per use is extremely low.
The use of this face mask helps to reduce the waste production and the environmental impact generated by “single use” products.
“Honey Dream” is a registered trademark owned by Honey S.r.l., a manufacturing company that produces face masks using fabrics treated and printed by Stamperia Olonia s.r.l., company belonging to Liberty Group.
Liberty Fabric, fashion textile manufacturer renowned worldwide, has decided to contribute to this project offering end of season print fabrics to produce Honey face masks, thus stimulating the circular economy giving a second life to these fabrics rather than disposing of them.