Handwoven Face Masks : Set of 5
Luna Zorro face masks are 100% handwoven cotton finished with comfortable elastic bands. With two layers of pleated cotton for an expandable fit, our face masks are lightweight, breathable, and easy to wear.
We are so proud to be donating 50% of the net profits of face mask sales to The Women's Justice Initiative. Please see more below to learn about the impact your purchase makes.
Adult face masks: While sizes are adjustable and fit a range of faces, each set of 5 comes with 3 small/medium masks and 2 medium/large masks.
Small/Medium dimensions: 3" elastic band, 6.5" long and 3.5" wide.
Medium/Large dimensions: 3.2" elsatic band, 7" long and 3.8" wide.
Children's face masks: While sizes are adjustable, these masks fit a range of little faces from 4-10 years old. Generally, started around age 10, children can fit the adult masks.
Dimensions: 2" elastic band, 5.5" long, 3" wide.
Sets of 5 are a variety of jaspe dyed fabrics and may differ slightly from the photo.
Mask sets are shipped first consolidated to the US and then shipped domestically. Please expect 10-14 days for delivery.
Ours masks are simply for fashionable face coverage and may not comply with applicable federal, state or local regulations in your area.
All sales are final.
The Women’s Justice Initiative (WJI) works to improve the lives of indigenous women and girls in rural Guatemala through education, access to legal services, and gender-based violence prevention. The COVID-19 crisis has deeply impacted the communities in which WJI works, exacerbating food insecurity and making resources for survivors of violence particularly inaccessible. In response to these needs, WJI is 1) providing services for survivors of violence, 2) delivering food aid and distributing donated masks in partner communities, and 3) creating radio spots with information on COVID-19 and VAWG in Kaqchikel. WJI staff are providing legal and psychological counseling to survivors of violence over the phone. After receiving humanitarian-based travel permits, WJI has delivered food baskets and masks to 419 families in 23 communities in both Patzun and Tecpan, with over 700 more deliveries scheduled. These baskets feed a family of five for about a month. Despite heightened anxieties, WJI staff have received an overwhelmingly positive and welcoming response in these communities. Finally, WJI is working with a coalition of local organizations to create and implement informative radio spots throughout the entire Kaqchikel-speaking region, including the departments of Chimaltenango and Sololá, which provide our hotline number for survivors of violence, urge listeners to maintain social solidarity, and provide information on coronavirus prevention in Kaqchikel. As local needs rapidly change, WJI will continue to adapt its COVID response strategy.