|C MASKS URGES THE PUBLIC TO PROTECT EACH OTHER |
WITH FASHIONABLE, NON-MEDICAL FACE MASKS
Skin-friendly fabrics and modern designs add allure to protective face coverings
|Vancouver, B.C. (June 4, 2020): JC Masks is transforming non-medical face masks into must-have fashion accessories with skin-friendly fabrics and designs that add undeniable allure. The first mask manufacturer to use virtual 3D modelling to ensure a precise fit, the Vancouver-based company aims to make it easier for the public to follow recommendations by health authorities to stop the spread of COVID-19.|
Founded by designer and businessman Jeff Clark, who has spent three decades working in the fashion industry, JC Masks was born to address the mass shortage of non-medical face masks that resulted from consumers seeking to protect themselves and their loved ones during the global pandemic. Clark made 150 masks that were snapped up in two days – so, he launched JC Masks to share his products even more widely.
|The masks are available in four size options – small, medium, large and youth – and each is crafted using virtual 3D modelling to ensure a perfect fit. The exteriors are made with skin-friendly fabrics like cotton, rayon from bamboo, Tencel, hemp, and organic blends. Each mask style offers unique benefits – for example, the Cannabis One line is made with hemp, which is weather-resistant, boasts excellent breathability and is one of the strongest materials available. The Knit Reusable mask is crafted with hypoallergenic and odour-resistant bamboo, which is ideal for workouts; it also keeps skin dry, cool and comfortable. “We need to do everything possible to control and defeat this virus – and an important step people can take is to wear a mask when they’re out in public,” said Clark. “Ultimately, it’s our responsibility to protect each other, and I hope these masks will make it easier to do so.”|
Committed to giving back, JC Masks has pledged to donate masks and 10 percent of profits to Mission Possible, which helps people struggling with homelessness and poverty; Hogan's Alley Society, whose mission is to advance the social, political, economic and cultural well-being of people of African descent in Canada and the Pacific Northwest; and the Canadian Mental Health Association Vancouver-Fraser, which champions recovery from mental illness and addiction in the community. JC Masks has also committed to provide support and donate masks to local charities and organizations in need.
JC Masks are made and manufactured in Vancouver, and can be shipped across North America, with free delivery on purchases over $50. Each mask is made-to-order, with prices starting from $18.95 CDN. For more information, visit www.jcmasks.com.
About JC Masks:
JC Masks was born to address the mass shortage of non-medical face masks that resulted from consumers seeking to protect themselves and their loved ones during the global pandemic. The company is transforming face masks into a must-have fashion accessory, with an impressive array of designs and skin-friendly fabrics that allow consumers to prioritize their health while staying fashionable. www.jcmasks.com