Double Layer 2 Masks, Triple Layer 4 Masks, Double Layer 4 Masks, Triple Layer 2 Masks
£19.00 – £35.00
Materials: Cotton 100%
Please note colours may vary slightly from those as they appear on your screen.
Organic Cotton Face Masks: Face coverings are now recommended as a key way to protect ourselves and others from Covid 19. In the UK face coverings are mandatory in shops from 24th July.
There are a growing number for sale, in a wide variety of fabrics and designs. As lovers of natural fabrics, we believe that it’s important to choose a mask that will cut down on the harmful chemicals that we’ll be breathing in, as well as being a comfortable, breathable face covering for our own and our community protection.
Where Does It Come From? has partnered with our friends at Khadi London to design a personal use face mask that is:
🌱created from 100% organic cotton
🌱grown from seed native to the cotton farms in Maharashtra and Gujarat, India
🌱fed by the rain and with no chemical pesticides,
🌱spun and woven by hand into fabric,
🌱without bleach or dyes or other additives,
🌱without any plastic,
🌱in a social enterprise providing rural livelihoods.
🌱These masks are washable and reusable.
The double-layer organic cotton face masks offers protection for personal use whilst being comfortable, natural and re-usable. The string ties mean the size can be easily adjusted, fitting children as well as adults. Thank you so much for sending us your mask selfies – some of which we have added to our gallery on this page!
Each pack purchased will give a donation to UK Charity The Trussell Trust and the khadi social enterprise in India Gram Sewa Mandal, Gopuri where the cotton is grown and processed.
During lockdown the masks have been sewn in the UK by a team of tailors from Where Does It Come From?, Khadi London and Couchman Bespoke. We have also been working with Gram Sewa Mandal to train their team on making our design, and we have just received our first shipment of double layer ones from them.
Each mask has a QR code on the wash label so you can explore it’s story and get to know the people involved in creating it, as well as the environment and community friendly processes we use.