Taharat Face Mask
Printed in navy is the word purity in Arabic surrounded by a floral design on a tan face mask.
Long before face masks, Islamic healers tried to ward off disease with their version of PPE.
From the 11th century until around the 19th century, Muslim cultures witnessed the use of magic bowls, healing necklaces, and other objects in hopes of warding off drought, famine, floods, and even epidemic diseases.
In traditional Islamic protective and healing arts, the word "Taharat" would be printed on certain artifacts to purify the water to heal individuals from poison, intestinal problems to plague, and disease.
- Made of Cotton Lycra (Softer than regular cotton)
Size & Fit
- One size fits all