Masks have become an essential item for Australians - get yours today.
When Australia was ravaged by bushfires toward the end of 2019, smoke, asthma-causing dust and high pollen was rife, making it difficult for people to breathe and live in comfort.
To help make life a little easier for Australians, Melbourne-based Graduations Now introduced 3M masks to its range. Now, they are offering KN95 masks for children and adults to help through the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the name suggests, Graduations Now offers all things graduations, including gowns, sashes and accessories. Their range of products now includes the KN95 masks, along with easy-fit Kids Mini 5 Keel masks, which are designed for smaller faces and are comfortable for the young and elderly.
They can even be reused for short periods of time for 3-4 days, but should be discarded when damp.
Face Masks are certainly new to the Australian way of life, but are highly recommended for use when out in public. With the flu and virus season fast approaching, Graduations Now feel these masks are now an essential item for families.
These masks are certainly an item you should have on hand should you feel you are in a high risk area. These include busy supermarkets, the doctorís waiting rooms and any essential outing where you may feel uncomfortable.
While the masks are a precaution and do not guarantee you wonít get sick, they are available to help decrease the risk of getting sick while having to go on those essential outings.
Graduations Now stock a range of adult and childrenís masks as an option to your families and school communities around Australia.
The childrenís printed 3M Masks and Mini 5 moulded keel face masks are suitable for ages 4-12 years, which are also suitable for the elderly. You can also order the adult KN95 white masks with vale. Take a look at the pricing here.
Itís better to be safe than sorry on those essential outings. For more information and to order your mask, check out the Graduations Now website.
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