Masks have become the new mandatory use accessory that we must wear out of responsibility, know the most common types that exist and how to use them correctly and care for your protection.


They are the most suitable to prevent contagion in the event of a virus outbreak.

- They filter the air we inhale from outside. They retain pathogens (viruses, bacteria, spores), particles (soot, ash) and allergens (pollen, mites)
- It has 5 layers of protection
- It is moisture-proof, non-toxic, non-irritating.
- Elastic straps and adjustable nose clip.


They filter the air we exhale, towards a patient or person around us. It also prevents large droplets of liquid (eg saliva) from coming into contact with them. Surgical masks do not protect against the air we inhale and are not suitable for use at home or in communities to prevent colds or allergies. We recommend using it as a complement to your reusable fabric mask.

Surgical and filtering masks ARE NOT REUSABLE. And by the way, if it is disinfected, it must be done individually.


They are made with a double layer of protection under the specifications of the MINSA. It should withstand at least 5 washes and dries maintaining all its features. To do so, the following points must be taken into account:

  • Wash it in the washing machine on delicate cycles at a temperature between 60 and 90 degrees.
  • Avoid contact between a dirty mask and clean clothing.
  • Do not wash it with materials that reduce its protective capacity.
  • It is recommended that the mask dries within 2 hours of washing.
  • At the slightest damage (wear, deformation, minor adjustment...), the mask should be discarded.

How are they used:

  1. Wash your hands with water and soap or with an alcohol-based disinfectant.
  2. change your mask as soon as it is wet and do not reuse single-use masks.
  3. cover your mouth and nose with the mask making sure there are no gaps between your face and the mask.
  4. Avoid touching the mask while wearing it . If you do, wash your hands with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer or soap and water.
  5. When it's time to take it off do it from behind, without touching the front and throw it away immediately in a closed container. Wash your hands next.

Tell us in the comments which mask you're wearing


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    September 16, 2020

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    September 16, 2020

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    September 02, 2020

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    September 02, 2020

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    August 30, 2020

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    August 30, 2020

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