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Don’t buy them. Medical or not. I bought them and the ear elastic broke on first wear. Just came undone and fell off. Garbage!!!! I sent them back
Glen Ludwig
· April 24, 2021
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They face down, which is reportedly the best way.
Sherry B.
· November 20, 2020
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No
Moy
· November 20, 2020
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Nope, i am a women and wear, no issues. If u need to adjust, you can. Fits perfectly to face. No issues. Feels great on and its also waterproof. Great purchase ☆☆☆☆☆
Lina
· November 4, 2020
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Chine
Sylvie Tremblay
· September 25, 2021
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According to the box they provide ATSM level 1 barrier protection and they meet or exceed ASTM F2100 requirments. So yes they are considered medical grade masks, with 1 being the lowest level of protection.
Level 1 - for low risk of fluid exposure
Level 2 - for moderate risk of fluid exposure … see more
According to the box they provide ATSM level 1 barrier protection and they meet or exceed ASTM F2100 requirments. So yes they are considered medical grade masks, with 1 being the lowest level of protection.
Level 1 - for low risk of fluid exposure
Level 2 - for moderate risk of fluid exposure
Level 3 - for high risk of fluid exposure see less
According to the box they provide ATSM level 1 barrier protection and they meet or exceed ASTM F2100 requirments. So yes they are considered medical grade masks, with 1 being the lowest level of protection.
Level 1 - for low risk of fluid exposure
Level 2 - for moderate risk of fluid exposure
Level 3 - for high risk of fluid exposure

Dale
· December 18, 2020
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I don't see fda approved on the box. But this is what it says on the box. I hope this helped you out. The blue ones say the exact same thing.
Catherine F.
· February 6, 2021
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Yes
Zeid Bitar
· April 24, 2021
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Hi dear Customer. NO, Graphene is a very expensive special new technology material. We do not use Graphene for our masks.
--Thinka Customer Service

THINKA CANADA
Seller · April 3, 2021