Linen Face Masks

You’ll love it because: Quite subtle and neutral, these face masks are made of linen with the Ock Pop Tok logo hand-embroidered by our team.

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We heard you and made some plain face masks too! Lightweight and easy to wear, these two-layer masks are great for all. The outer layer is 100% linen with the Ock Pop Tok logo hand embroidered and the inside layer is soft cotton.

You can adjust the straps behind your ears to fit your face perfectly. Same goes for the nose.

  • Material: 100% Linen
  • Care Instructions : Hand wash in cool water, use mild soap
  • Dimensions: One size fits all

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Color

Blue, Green

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