Cloth Face Masks are certainly a sustainable option. Conventional fabrics like cotton, rayon, polyester blends block liquid droplets and can provide incremental protection against airborne particles. Obviously, those in constant contact with people affected by the virus have to use disposable masks for safety reasons. But in normal circumstances, the use of a cloth mask can be a sustainable choice from a waste perspective as well as help alleviate the current medical supply shortage. Moreover, cloth masks are washable, reusable, and recyclable. A perfect choice for many consumers that care for sustainably.

Fashion Mask

5 Reasons To LOVE Your New Mask!

  1. Your A&B Mask is made of up-cycled fabrics, an eco-friendly sustainable option
  2. A&B Masks are washable, reusable, and recyclable
  3. A&B Masks are treated to chemical-free UV sterilization
  4. A&B Masks keep you safe, stylish, and oh-so-comfy
  5. All A&B Masks have matching outfits – get yours today at


Stay safe and stylish in your A&B Mask made of 3 integrated layers that offer great protection against airborne particles and droplets containing viruses and bacteria.

Your mask is made for style and comfort.

Designer Mask

No Need To Stay Home, Just Stay Safe! 

These masks are made of woven fabrics in various colors and patterns, which can be washed and dried for reuse. The 3 integrated layers offer great protection against airborne particles and droplets containing viruses and bacteria. They are comfortable and enable normal breathing. The comfortable elastic earloop stretches for comfort and there are ways to shorten it: make an X, tie a knot, cinch it.

Wash Care Instructions

Wash by hand with detergent and allow to air dry. Iron if desired.  The antibacterial effect will fade away counting by washing cycles and the number of days used.

Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation Sterilized 

Each mask is packaged individually after it goes through a UVGI disinfection process which uses short-wavelength ultraviolet light, NOT chemicals, to kill viruses and bacteria leaving your mask ready to wear! 

Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (ultraviolet C or UV-C) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.