For all the locals around the world
We’ve entered a new unknown, as countries are lifting lockdown slowly, hoping to get things back to normal. This is great for our economy and will drive some money back into the system, but honestly people, do some research and talk to other countries who are in lockdown.
The Guardian has just reported that Beijing, Capital of China, are implementing stricter rules, due to a new spike in cases of Covid-19. This article is not to scare mong or anything, it’s simply to say to those who love a bit of bullying and trolling, let us stop, breathe, and think for a moment.
“Authorities in Beijing have locked down residential compounds and fired officials over the new outbreak, health officials have given a warning, that the risk of another outbreak is “very high”.
This is coming from The Guardian, who is a highly regarded tabloid in the United Kingdom. We’re spending unnecessary time during the day deleting unwanted comments, as we believe, what we’re doing is best for our customers.
Some companies are ruthless in overcharging on face masks, we have done our fact find research, in one case a lady spent £160 on a few masks for her family, that weren’t up to standard. Right now, healthyads.co.uk is offering 8 masks for £48 for a family set, which by value, quality is great and affordable.
Did I mention quality? Our partners in the European Union, SafeAIRr, have been in the garment industry for over 50 years, providing quality garments and service to clients globally, they have moved operations to ease the burden on the global capacity to non-medical masks.
Which we are able to provide here within the UK market, at a much better price, compared to the polythene, homemade or unknown substitutes to so-called masks.
We have some collections, which are fitted with nose benders, this allows comfort alongside the highly woven duplex layered cotton. SafeAIRr has an internal research and development department, who love creating new textiles to enter the market, not forgetting the endless amount of creativity oozing into their new line of face masks.
We understand face masks aren’t for everyone and that’s fine, it is a personal choice, but we need to stop making judgment on small businesses, who are just trying to survive during economic turmoil.