Hawaii Mom Blog: The Barrier Method Travel Face Mask




February 8, 2018

The Barrier Method Travel Face Mask

Disclosure:  Product was received complimentary for review purposes.  All opinions are entirely my own. 

I just got back from a weekend trip to Portland and I feel great!  Thanks in part to the innovative travel mask by The Barrier Method!  I am a self-proclaimed germaphobe and I get anxious when I start to hear people sneezing and coughing near me on the airplane.  I take precautions like wiping down the seats, tray tables, and arm rests, but there's not much you can do about others around you.  I once wore a medical mask, but I have to admit I was a little embarrassed being the only one.

But being a busy mom who needs her energy, I can't afford to get sick.  Lucky for me and travelers everywhere, a new small business The Barrier Method has created a fashionable and comfortable travel mask!  Danielle Travis, from Maui, is the founder of a line of patent-pending masks that snap into scarves or bandanas made of soft, antimicrobial fabric in a range of colors and patterns.  The company recently raised enough funds through a Kickstarter campaign to fund the essential oils testing, research, and product manufacturing to incorporate antimicrobial essential oils into the liners of the masks.

I received a complimentary infinity scarf for review purposes and I got it just in time to use on my trip.  I put it on as soon as I was seated on the plane and I liked how the mask straps were adjustable.  The fabric is very soft and I had no problems breathing and I found it very comfortable to sleep in.  At one point, I got a little hot so I simply unsnapped the mask from the scarf and just wore the mask by itself.  I can assure you I will be using The Barrier Method on all my travels to reduce the chance of getting sick!

For more information on The Barrier Method, you can find them here and on their social media channels.   

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