What are the Best Face Masks? Silk and Cotton Face Masks

Ever since the Quebec government made face mask mandatory, we've all wanted to get the best face masks to protect ourselves and our community. But what makes silk the best fabric for filtering coronavirus particles?

Luxury Silk Face Masks with Design | Nathon Kong

How Wearing a Face Mask Prevents the Spread of COVID-19? 

A face mask prevents you from spreading the virus to other people if you are infected with the disease but don't know it yet. Coronavirus is expelled by an infected person when they cough, sneeze, or even breath. Ideally breath is filtered through the mask so that microscopic particles are captured inside the fabric and do not spread into the wider world.

Silk has a charge that prevents COVID-19 particles from escaping electromagnetically. Combined with cotton which captures particles like a physical net and a Nathon Kong mask prevents the majority of microscopic particles from escaping the mask. 

Read our article for more information on why silk and cotton are the best fabrics for face mask filtration

Luxury Blue Silk Face Mask Made in Canada | Nathon Kong

Where to Buy the Best Face Mask?

Buy a reusable silk face mask from Nathon Kong. The artwork on the masks were made by members of Les Impatients. Les Impatients is a non-profit organization that organizes therapeutic art programs for artists diagnosed with a mental health issue. When you buy a Nathon Kong silk face mask, 10% of your purchase is given back to the community so that Les Impatients can continue to help those suffering from mental health issues.

We ship to the US and to anywhere in Canada with free shipping for orders that are over $100.

 Where to Buy Silk Face Masks in Canada | Nathon Kong

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