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Clear Face Mask

Seeing is Communicating


How do our brains process verbal and non-verbal communication when we can’t see a person’s mouth or hear them  because they are wearing a mask?


 What’s missing when we can’t see a person’s smile?


As humans, we use many of our senses when communicating with each other, and the two senses that our brain uses most to process relationships are sight and sound.


Yes, our brains are amazing, and our senses are designed to work together.  Even with all senses intact, we rely heavily upon the ability to see a person talk for communication and connection.

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• Comfortable foam with metal insert molds to your face

• Anti-fog interior coating

• Anti-glare exterior coating

• Anti-microbial mylar guard

• Choice of colours to express your brand

• Option to include your company logo for added brand awareness

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Made from an antimicrobial Mylar, also known as BoPET (Biaxially-oriented polyethylene terephthalate) is a polyester film made from stretched polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and is used for its high tensile strength, chemical and dimensional stability, transparency, reflectivity, gas and aroma barrier properties, and electrical insulation.


Often referred to as, “Polyester Film,” Mylar is a clear or coloured plastic film that is produced from the resin (PET) Polyester Terephthalate.


This plastic sheet can be used as overlays for artistry, layouts, and charts or many other used where an optically clear, durable plastic sheet is required.


Adapted and refined for use in the clear mask it also has an anti-fog interior coating which stops it fogging up and is also great for people who wear glasses.

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