Jara Yaganya Adjustable 3 Layer Reusable Face Mask (including 2 filters)
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Stay safe and embrace this current style, we’ve got all your mask needs covered. Our masks are composed of 3 layers, a bamboo outer and 2 layers of soft cotton lining. Each mask comes with 2 complimentary PM 2.5 Activated Carbon filters which can be inserted between the 2 layers of cotton. They provide full coverage, fitting snugly over your nose, mouth and chin and have adjustable elastic straps that stretch to fit comfortably over the ears. Best of all our masks come in a variety of vibrant fabrics that will add a pop of colour to any outfit.
Instructions for use and handling: We recommend hand washing your mask with disinfectant once a day and fully drying it either in a heated dryer or air drying in the sunshine. With normal daily use we recommend changing the filter every 2 days (Please note. Filters are non-washable, please dispose responsibly).
Filters: We also offer 20 packs of PM 2.5 Activated Carbon mask filters here.
Returns and exchanges: Due to hygiene and safety reasons we cannot accept any returns or exchanges of face masks.
Medical disclaimer: This product is non-medical grade and is to be used for personal use only. It is not a replacement for following appropriate social distancing guidelines and practising good hygiene. Regarding the usage of these masks we make no medical claims.
For more information you can find our Face Mask FAQs here.
Style: Adults Adjustable 3 layer Face Mask (including 2 Filters)
Sizing: Mask measures 19cm x 15cm, one size fits all. Filters measure 12cm x 8cm
Fabric: 160gsm Bamboo Polyester, 130gsm Cotton Lining, 130 Cotton pocket, 190gsm Lycra Binding, Elastic straps and PM 2.5 Activated Carbon mask filters (PP anti-sticking cloth, meltblown cloth and activated carbon cloth)
Washing: Cold hand wash once a day
Artist: Shara Delaney
Artwork: Jara Yaganya
This artwork represents Caring for Country. Jara means country, yaga means work, and nya means caring. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People have always advocated for country. Our voices and input are so vital regarding managing and protecting land and water. Our knowledge systems which are linked to our long-term interactions with stories of significant places within our country. The use of vibrant colour speaks of our old people's philosophy of life and cultural teachings that are important for all to consider within their interactions with the environment.
It's great to see contemporary and traditional practices being used by mob in Caring for Country strategies. Never underestimate our cultural knowledge because we have successfully used these practises for thousands of years.
If you want to heal country, then pay attention to First Nations Voices. This artwork hopes to capture the past and express deeply felt concerns regarding desecration of ancient sites and the struggle to reclaim cultural context.
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- media teacher
The masks are beautifully made , colourful and fit well. Thank you
I wish I didn't have to use it, but these are warm, fit well and are beautifully soft.
I'm happy I bought the mask and helped participate in NAIDOC week. Delivery was fine but $30? for one mask.
As a media teacher and lover of all things colourful I adore my new purchases from Yarn ... especially the matching top and mask. I work in an Islamic school and take every opportunity to be different - but comfortable and stylish as well. I love that they open up the conversation about our first nations peoples.
Great comfortable mask.
MEET THE ARTIST
Aboriginal Quandamooka woman
Shara is an Australian Aboriginal contemporary artist from Quandamooka country, inspired by stories of her Elders, the generation from One Mile. “I want to remember them [my elders] by painting, so I can leave something for my daughter one day.” Shara’s paintings are her identity as a strong saltwater woman, her connection to family, sand and sea.