CustomiSable Face Shields for BUSINESSES
The unprecedented challenge faced by retailers: how to get people out of their homes and back to the stores! Here’s what you need to do:
Make sales associates and clients feel safe
Create a positive shopping/work experience
Help clients forget about COVID and focus on your product!
Face protection plays a critical role in achieving these goals
Special Pricing for Businesses
CUSTOM FACE SHIELD PROGRAM FOR BUSINESSES
KEEP IT SAFE. MAKE IT FUN. GET BACK TO WORK.
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FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE FACE SHIELDS
KEEP IT SAFE. MAKE IT FUN. GET PEOPLE BACK IN STORES AND BACK TO WORK.
Now you can incorporate your branding goals (with logos, slogans and more) or create your own fun designs for your company face shields. Personalized face shields help create a positive work or shopping experience for colleagues and customers alike. PPE is a must. Why not make it fun?!
RECENT CORPORATE PROTOTYPES
The Problem with Face Masks
Fabric-based face masks make people feel claustrophobic. They can be very uncomfortable and fog up glasses.
Difficult to Breathe
People generally don’t like wearing face masks because they make it difficult to breath and talking becomes a challenge.
Recent studies have shown that the masks themselves collect bad bacteria. They also need to be machine washed, so they cannot be sanitised during the day like plastic face shields.
The Problem with Face Masks For Businesses
Masks remind people of the virus
Face masks are a continuous reminder of the difficulties and stressful situations that we are forced to face every day. You need a way to lighten the mood and create a positive and fun shopping / work experience.
Masks make it impossible to communicate
Masks make people feel uncomfortable, and they inhibit your ability to communicate effectively because you can’t see the person’s face.
Nonverbal communication is the key to success!
Body language and facial expressions are so important in human interactions. When you can’t see a person’s face, that special human interaction is lost.
Frequently Asked Questions
What materials are used to make the face shields?
Low quality knock offs use thin PET film. This can easily scratch, not practical to clean and is not durable enough to be a long-term product. In our research, we did not find any single material to meet our standards. So, we converted our own. It is a two-ply material. The outer layer is scratch
resistant, impact resistant, filters out 99% of UV rays so it makes it cooler and more comfortable to wear. It can also be cleaned easily and often. The graphic is printed on the second layer, so it is protected by the top layer. Material is 2-3 x thicker than the lower quality knock offs making our shields
a long-term solution for consumers and business.
How is the headpiece made?
Low-quality knocks offs use a thin piece of elastic and foam. Not a durable solution and visually unattractive. Keep in mind these are the same specifications used for hospital shields as a one- time use the product. The headpiece is typically a thin elastic stapled to the shield with a 1” foam. Or it’s a thin
PET is stretched over the back of your head and attached to itself.
Our solution is a two-ply fabricated hard plastic with two layers of foam for comfort. This is a true fitted headpiece. Visually attractive, durable, and long-term product. See below.
It says that the face shields are INTERCHANGEABLE. What does this mean?
Because of the quality of our headpiece, we can offer a Velcro option to remove the
shield. That allows you to have multiple face shields without having to buy a new headpiece. This saves you money, makes wearing it more fun and lastly makes it easier to clean.
Are face shields safer than face masks?
Many experts see shields as a safer option. Research has shown that the virus can be contracted through your eyes and thus full-face protection is recommended.
The CDC recommends that the fabric face masks be washed daily because the fabric can attract and store pathogens. Also, you cannot clean it during the day, which means that as you take your mask on
and off you must wash your hands. Our shields are easily wiped down whenever you wish and our new Velcro option allows you to remove the shield, making it even easier to clean.
See our THE EXPERTS page for the latest news regarding safety, according to experts in the medical field.
Are face shields more durable than face masks?
Yes. If you wash your mask daily as recommended, you will need to replace the fabric face mask every 20-25 days. Thus, it is not a long-term solution. Our shields are constructed to be a long-term durable solution that over the duration that we need to be social distancing, makes it a much more cost-effective solution.
How do face shields help with communication?
You simply cannot communicate effectively with a mask on. The simple reason is that much of communication is nonverbal and if you cannot see someone’s face much of what makes human communication effective and special is lost.
This makes face shields a great alternative for businesses and schools.
What They’re Saying
According to the Experts
“Face shields offer a number of advantages. While medical masks have limited durability…, face shields can be reused indefinitely and are easily cleaned with soap and water, or common household disinfectants. They are comfortable to wear, protect the portals of viral entry, and reduce the potential for autoinoculation by preventing the wearer from touching their face.” (1)
“One approach that makes the most sense, especially in light of the limitations of face masks and face coverings, is the use of face shields…While we don’t have hard trials or data on the efficacy of face shields at this time, early data from their use in patients with influenza [which is droplet-spread] is promising.” (2)
“People wearing medical masks often have to remove them to communicate with others around them; this is not necessary with face shields. The use of a face shield is also a reminder to maintain social distancing, but allows visibility of facial expressions and lip movements for speech perception.” (1)
(1) Perencevich EN, Diekema DJ, Edmond MB. Moving Personal Protective Equipment Into the Community: Face Shields and Containment of COVID-19. JAMA. Published online April 29, 2020. doi:10.1001/jama.2020.7477
(2) Are Face Shields Better Than Face Masks For Coronavirus? – Medicinenet Health News. https://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=230978
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