3D Printed Mask Frame
Wearing masks for an extended period, especially outside in the heat, are causing people to have difficulty breathing. Masks fog up glasses and ruin makeup. We developed our design patented 3D Printed Mask Frame to be an All in One Solution.
Our 3D Printed Mask Frame has accompanied our customers in the service industry, nurses, teachers, construction workers and everyday Americans to make their daily lives much more comfortable.
Our 3D Printed Mask Frame creates more breather room between your mouth and the mask. You will feel much cooler and breathe much easier with a face-mask on.
"I am a teacher and have to wear a mask all day. I struggle with wearing a mask because I have asthma, and I feel like I can't breathe with the material touching my nose and lips. I ordered one package, received them this morning and immediately ordered another package. It is very soft and pliable. I was worried about the top of the nose because I wear glasses, but the nose clip still worked." —— Lynette Cordell
More Space for Breathing - holds up the mask fabric around the mouth to create more breathing space when wearing a mask
Ideal Saver for Makeup - creates space between your mouth and your lips protecting your lipstick from being ruined.
Safe & Reusable - Made from food-grade soft silicone, making it safe, washable, and reusable. The support bracket does not cause rashes, even on sensitive skin.
Food Grade Silicone Material - Material tested by SGS and certified to be in full compliance with FDA standards is safe, washable and reusable.
Pleasant Softness - Bracket shape can be modified by tailoring the brim to fit facial outline perfectly.
At first I thought these had to be sewn in. Just wanting to have a clue how much one would help, I slipped it into the filter pocket of a hand sewn mask, and it as fabulous. Next we tried it between the hand made mask and a face, and that was even better. So we tried it with a store-bought surgical mask, and found it fantastic – there were almost no gaps at all. All masks were considerably more comfortable. I may yet sew it into a mask to se how well that works, but we're having so much luck without doing that, that it's beginning to seem unlikely. So far, there's nothing not to like. (NOTE: We decided that we liked them so much that I ordered more.)
Ordered these as soon as I saw them featured. Tried one out with my homemade mask. It will stay in place if your mask is reasonably tight; otherwise you might consider a velcro loop attachment. I really liked it because it held the mask away from my nose enough that I didn't feel claustrophobic with the mask on yet the mask was still secured firmly around my nose, mouth and cheeks. While it keeps the mask away from my mouth it still feels like you are speaking in a constrained manner with the mask on but it is easier to talk than it was without it by far. It would be nice to have the area around the mouth just a bit larger and boxed outward more but I am so glad I have these. They should work with most masks with few adjustments.
I bought these silicone ones and a plastic one to see if there was a difference. I like this one better because it is more comfortable to wear and fit my face better. Although the strip was relatively similar, I prefer how the silicone is more flexible to fit the contours of my face.I’ve been having difficulty breathing under my masks and this bracket has helped me tremendously. I definitely feel less claustrophobic and I like how the bracket pushes the mask fabric away from my nostrils and lips.
I'm in healthcare and wear a mask about 12-15 hours a day. This is a great concept! Here in the South it is humid and these definitely help
I tried buying different cloth masks but each one pressed too hard against my face and I had to use three times my lung power to suck in a single breath of air. I had been hoping that there would be a product like this that would force the mask away from your face and allow enough breathing space. It took a little practice to sling one mask loop over one ear, cup this item on the face and then cover it as I slung the other loop on the other ear, but I think I got the hang of it. Not exactly a perfect fit because my nose sticks out too far, but it's still better than wearing my lungs out.