3D Mask Bracket for child -3D holder-Inner support-mouth and nose protection lipstick increase breathing space helps smooth breathing (5 pieces)
Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Using double sided tape or thread to fasten the silicone frame onto the mask can make it work better.; More Space for Breathing - It holds up the mask fabric around the mouth to create more breathing space when a mask is put on face.; Much Cleaner ...
They fit a small face well. Most other masks poke in the eyes and you might constantly have to readjust so these are perfect!
- Ideal for small face
- Low on stock
The World Health Organisation has recently changed its advice on whether or not people should wear masks. The advice now is that masks should be worn in public where social distancing is not possible to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
Under Victorian regulations, it’s mandatory for everyone to wear face masks or coverings in public (face shields don’t qualify). Non-compliance can result in a fine of $200. In NSW, face masks are now encouraged, but not mandatory.
Do children need to wear a face mask?
Children and people aged 12 years and older should wear a face mask. Children under the age of 12 years do not have to wear a face mask but individual families can make their own decisions regarding their children.
Children who are two years old and under should never wear a face mask or covering due to choking and strangulation risks.