The disposal of face masks and medical waste during the COVID-19 pandemic is putting increasing pressure on the environment.
To tackle this problem, AirX is now launched as the world's first ever coffee mask made from Vietnamese coffee, which is antibacterial, reusable and biodegradable. Thanh Le, founder of ShoeX, said, "AirX is not just a recommendation to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but preserve the planet as well."
ShoeX is a brand from Canada headquartered companyVeritas Bespoke.
AirX are antimicrobial face masks with 99.99% dual antibacterial technology for 2 layers of protection. The first layer is woven from coffee yarn using PowerKnit technology, provides a comfortable fit but softness for sensitive skin. The face mask has a biodegradable filter inside, which is developed by silver nanotechnology and coffee. The mask is washable and reusable while its filter does not need to be washed but can be replaced after 30 days.
AirX has obtained the AATCC 100 certification (the textile industry's standard for antimicrobial fabric performance in the United States) from QUATEST 3. "For the next development, we have successfully embedded technology in producing recycled AirX coffee mask with N95 feature, the product will be launched soon to the demanding market," The founder unveiled.
Each coffee mask, as well as coffee filter, has a custom-designed 3-layer packaging to ensure sterilized function of Nano silver filter. AirX also has excellent natural coffee aroma that can cheer users up, while offering UV ray protection with fashionable design and stylish colors.