SA manufactured Face Mask

With a shortage on recognised PPE for frontline health workers and essential services, governments around the world are calling on the general public not to stockpile recognised and accredited essential PPE such as particle filtering face masks. Governments and experts are however recommending some form of face protection for the general public.

Nikki’s reusable face masks provide superior protection against the spread of virus when compared to standard cloth/cotton masks. The multilayered protection includes a replaceable filter for a reusable and accessible solution that avoids tying up resources and components necessary for the FFP2 and N95 filtering face pieces required for those at the frontline of combating Covid-19.

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  • 180gsm knitted polyester outer and 160gsm minimat mesh for minimal breathing resistance.
  • Internal pouch to allow for easy replacement of filter.
  • Multi-layered construction with replaceable Respitex filter.
  • Curved centre seam and anatomical cut for a contoured fit.
  • Durable elastic straps for comfortable fit.
  • Multi-layered protection with replaceable filter.
  • Superior breathability for all-day comfort.
  • Contoured fit Lightweight.
  • Proudly manufactured in South Africa.


Please ensure you follow the care instructions below to ensure effective performance of the face mask:

  • Remove filter and soak the mask for 20 minutes daily after use using warm, soapy water and giving a thorough scrubbing.
  • Rinse thoroughly after soaking and ensure that there is minimum to no odour after washing and before reuse.
  • Test for sensitivity to skin based on cleaning solution used.


  • Replace mask after 10 washes.
  • Colour will fade after washing.
  • Replace immediately should any visible damage to the construction of the mask occur or should breathing become difficult.
  • Filter element is for single use only and no longer than 8 hours, after which it should be replaced. Filter should be removed prior to washing and replaced with a new filter element once the mask is clean and dry.


  • Only use a mask that has been cleaned and contains an unused filter.
  • Place the mask with the correct side covering your mouth and nose.
  • Make sure the mask fits well and snug to the face, adjust as necessary and tie /secure tightly using the elastic bands without noticeable discomfort.
  • Once mask is secure do not touch your face until your hands have been cleaned and you are ready to remove it.
  • Untie / release the ties and and wash mask immediately after use; thereafter putting in a container used solely for your mask.


Face masks should be viewed as a supplementary means of protection and cannot guarantee complete protection from all virus and/or other hazardous particles. It is important to follow recognised hygiene rules to protect against viruses.

  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water.
  • Use at least a 70% alcohol solution hand sanitiser after touching potentially infected surfaces.
  • Do not touch your face with unwashed hands.
  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue or corner of your arm.
  • Practice social distancing.
  • Adhere to all relevant government regulations.


  • 20 masks in a sealed plastic bag (each mask includes 1 x inserted filter)
  • 100 sealed plastic bags per carton (2000 masks/carton)


  • 10 filter elements in a sealed plastic bag
  • 200 sealed plastic bags per carton (2000 filters/carton)

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