Per­haps the child wear­ing a mask caus­es dis­com­fort due to the fact that her elas­tic band press­es him behind the ears, or the mask press­es on the nose and leaves marks on the face. Make sure that the mask fits the child per­fect­ly in size: does not fall off him or press him, while cov­er­ing the res­pi­ra­to­ry nose and mouth. The appear­ance of the mask is also of great impor­tance! Masks with fun­ny muz­zles of ani­mals or car­toon char­ac­ters will def­i­nite­ly please both boys and girls. Since the mask needs to be changed every two hours, why not pre­pare sev­er­al dif­fer­ent masks with dif­fer­ent prints for the child right away? The same applies to teenagers. Many of them believe that they look stu­pid in a mask, and even the image of a cat’s face will not bribe them. In this case, you can advise the child to wear a mask-scarf, buff or bal­a­cla­va. And again, do not for­get about the appear­ance of the prod­uct — bright prints for every taste and pleas­ant mate­r­i­al will def­i­nite­ly attract the atten­tion of your chil­dren. *mask image* I must say that reusable fab­ric masks are sin­gle-lay­er and not made from nat­ur­al fab­rics. It is very impor­tant to take care of the com­fort­able wear­ing of the mask and choose those that have cot­ton attached to the face. This will help avoid skin prob­lems or aller­gic reac­tions.