Single-use sustainable face masks, in five versatile colors.
Unlike most single-use face masks, ours is fully recyclable.
Our lightweight paper makes it easier to speak and be heard clearly – no more muffled chats, or misheard conversations.
Our kirigami (cut paper) design creates a safe and secure fit, that adapts to all adult face shapes and sizes.
There are five colors of mask in each pack. From cooler hues, to brighter options.
No. Our paper face masks are single-use only and should not be reused.
Yes. Unlike most single-use face masks, ours are 100% recyclable. That’s thanks to our design which uses a single sheet of paper with no additional glue, elastics or other materials.
Our non-custom face masks are made with Colorplan paper (91lb text / 135gsm).
Every MOO face mask is made, printed and packed in the USA.
It’s all thanks to some nifty paper engineering on the ear straps. It’s a technique known as kirigami. It helps our face masks to cover the nose and mouth securely, ensuring a comfortable fit that adapt to all kinds of adult faces.
The use of disposable masks has led to a huge increase in single-use plastic. As experts in paper and design, we set out to create a more sustainable and user friendly option.
Wearing a regular reusable mask has become a habit for many of us. But it’s easy to forget things. Our paper face masks provide a more sustainable single-use option for those times.
MOO face masks are not intended for medical use, and should not be used for prolonged amounts of time. Please read the CDC guidelines for more information about how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
While no non-surgical mask is 100% perfect, lots of studies show that a face covering significantly reduces the spread of viral droplets when the wearer coughs or sneezes – the main cause of transmission for the virus. To put that in context, a single cough can produce up to 3,000 droplets which either quickly settle on nearby surfaces, or remain suspended in the air for hours. So, when used alongside other measures, wearing a mask can play a significant role in helping to stay safe and reduce infection rates.
No. According to FDA guidance, non-surgical face masks such as ours — and all others on the market — are not classified as personal protective equipment (PPE). Our face mask is not intended to provide protection from fluids or to filter particles. Instead, it serves as a means of source control. That means it provides a barrier that helps stop respiratory droplets traveling into the air and onto other people (much like covering your mouth when you cough).
Paper is less porous than cloth or polypropylene. As a result it can reduce the forward-projection of aerosol droplets produced when talking, sneezing or coughing.
A study which examined the stability of the SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) on different surfaces found that no infectious virus could be recovered from printing and tissue papers after a 3-hour incubation, whereas a detectable level of infectious virus could still be present on the outer layer of a surgical mask on day 7.
Each pack contains 25 paper face masks (that’s 5 of each color).