ADIYA pharma masks are safe and provide protection from any bacteria and viruses.
Non-woven fabric face masks are more effective at blocking the spread of COVID-19 and reduces the accumulation of any bacteria under the face mask.
ADIYA pharma’s non-woven masks provide high filtration efficiency, which traps many harmful particles and bacteria in the filter and also makes breathing easier than regular masks.
Common face masks which are disposable trap moisture, sebum, sweat which clogs pores and produces acne.
Non-woven face masks provide better filtration and are lightweight than other surgical masks. Non-woven face masks are safe to use and reduce the chances of Maskne or any other skin condition or disease caused by wearing a mask.
Also, an ill-fitted mask will not protect you from viruses. That’s why we use a Fabric elastic earloop in our masks that do not discomfort you or create pain around your ears and are more comfortable than other surgical masks.
In this pandemic, it’s important to choose and wear a mask that’s comfortable and provides you complete protection from the virus and any other skin conditions. ADIYA pharma produces spunbond/spunmelt Non-woven fabrics that are mainly used for Face Mask, Medical gown, and Wipes. This non-woven fabric feels comfortable and silky on the face and skin and protects from catching the virus and causing Maskne.
“These face masks are the most important, powerful public health tool we have,” CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield said.
If you have received or are planning to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, you may think you are now free from social distancing practices, including wearing a face mask in public. Unfortunately, this notion could not be further from the truth.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, scientists have yet to learn the scope of protection that this vaccine truly provides. While the vaccine has shown promise in preventing adverse symptoms from the virus, experts do not have evidence that the vaccine can stop its recipients from spreading the disease to others. Thus, the CDC will not lift social distancing guidelines until our population has achieved herd immunity from the vaccine and from previously contracting the disease.
The COVID-19 threat won’t diminish until we have herd immunity — which will take time.
Currently, experts do not know what percentage of the population needs to get vaccinated to attain herd immunity, but this process could take months or even years.
While the vaccine serves as an effective tool to contain this life-threatening disease, it is only one part of a comprehensive set of practices to prevent its spread. Wearing a face mask in public, and following all additional protocols, will still be critical for the months to come.
Most importantly, in the fight against this pandemic, it is crucial to wear a face mask that offers superior protection for yourselves and your families.
So, what’s the bottom line?
People are sick of masks. With cases and deaths surging throughout the U.S., the people who are treating COVID-19 patients really want you to continue to wear a mask, keep your distance and wash your hands, even if you’ve been vaccinated, until the research on shedding has yielded some answers.
3-ply and N-95 face masks have been tested to achieve a Bacterial Filtration Efficiency of ≥ 96%. In order to determine the level of protection that a mask can give, organizations like Nelson Labs perform two tests, known as Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE) and Differential Pressure (Delta P) tests. A BFE test determines the percentage of particles that are filtered out from a tested product by comparing the bacterial control counts upstream and downstream of the given product. A Delta P test determines the breathability that a mask presents by using a manometer to measure the differential pressure on either side of the product.
When choosing personal protective equipment to keep your families safe, selecting a face mask that has been tested and has met the aforementioned standards may be your best line of defense.