As a product that will be in intimate contact with your skin during every use, material safety is our highest priority. We use only the highest quality of silicone – the same type of silicone that is used in medical procedures and movie prosthetics. The silicone used to make our masks is certified by an independent laboratory, and has been proven safe for irritation and skin sensitization. Our masks are very soft, very strong and very stretchy. The silicone can stretch many times its original size without tearing and will rebound to original form without distortion.
HOW TO PUT ON AND TAKE OFF YOUR MASK
Prior to putting on the mask, please make sure that your hands and fingers are clear of any objects (such as a ring) that can potentially cause damage to the mask. We also recommend powdering a small amount of baby powder or corn starch into the mask. Place the backside of both hands halfway inside of the mask. With your hands around ear level, carefully stretch the mask neck area wide enough so that your head can fit inside. Start at the back of your head and gently lower the mask over your face. Carefully adjust the face area of the mask so that your mouth and eyes line up properly. DO NOT pull or tug on any area of the mask at any time. To remove the mask, slide the backside of your hands halfway into the mask. Stretch the mask open and carefully lift the mask upwards until it is removed.
HOW TO CLEAN AND STORE YOUR MASK
The inside of mask can be cleaned using a soft wash cloth with mild soap and water or alcohol. To clean the outside of the mask, use a soft wash cloth with mild soap and water. Do not rub or scrub the outside of the mask. Gently pat the mask to clean, and pat dry it with a paper towel. You can store your mask inside of a box at room temperature out of direct sunlight or on a mannequin headform that can be found at most craft stores.