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Japan’s Mask Snood Fashionably Arrives Just In Time

Japanese retailer Felissimo’s “Mask Snood” is actually intended to be used to protect against hay fever, sun, and prevent dry skin, but as a shortage of supplies of masks in Japan has many improvising to cover their nose and mouth, the new item is a comfortable and casual alternative to doing just that.

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When not covering your mouth and nose, the Mask Snood can simply be worn as a scarf or neck warmer. Made of silk and designed to be somewhat loose and billowy, the Mask Snood can be used as a mask without irritating the face and a good option for those who aren’t a fan of the sickness mask aesthetic.

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