"Do Good" Cotton Face Mask - Del Dia

Helps provide targeted grants to nonprofits in the areas of health, education, & livelihood initiatives

Not your average face coverings. Made using surplus fabric, these super comfortable, non-medical grade masks keep perfectly good materials out of the landfill, which means each one is unique .   Cloth face coverings are an additional step to help slow the spread of COVID-19 when combined with other preventative measures and social distancing. The CDC advises washing cloth face coverings after each use. We recommend following CDC instructions for washing and drying your mask. Because our masks are 100% cotton, they may become wrinkled after washing, and their pleats may need to be ironed back into place.  Due to the nature of this item,  it is a final sale and cannot be returned or exchanged. 

  • - 100% repurposed fabric
  • - 100% tightly woven cotton
  • - Reversible
  • - Wire nose adjustment
  • - Adjustable ear loops
  • - Accordion pleats that adjust to your face shape
  • - Machine-washable
  • - This is for a single face mask, not a pack of 3 masks
  • - Colors are representative, selecting a specific color is not available
  • - 17.5cm x 9.5 cm (mask relaxed)
  • - 17.5cm x 17.5 cm (mask extended)
  • - Our face masks are not medical grade. However, they may extend the life of a medical-grade mask and can be worn over most medical-grade masks as an additional precautionary measure.
  • - Our face masks are not filter compatible and are not meant to replace medical grade face masks. That said, cloth face coverings may slow the spread of the virus, and the CDC recommends wearing them in public settings.
  • - One-of-a-kind Del Día colorway
  • - Comes with a story card explaining the social impact of the product
  • - Customization: screen print with your logo for an extra charge for orders of 25+ units 
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Screen print with your logo for an extra charge for orders of 25+ units

Screen print with your logo for an extra charge for orders of 25+ units

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Economic Development

An estimated 767 million people live below the international poverty line of $1.90 a day. Cotopaxi, a Benefit Corporation, is focused on addressing the root causes of extreme poverty. They provide targeted grants to nonprofits addressing health, education, and livelihoods programs. Cotopaxi also structures its product design, development, and supply chain operations, to decrease environmental impact (using remnant fabrics that would otherwise be discarded) and increase social impact (ensuring factories provide fair and sustainable working conditions).

Your purchase today helps end extreme poverty tomorrow.