Literary Face Mask - Panim el Panim
This beautiful face mask features the words panim el panim in flowing Hebrew characters and stylized pomegranate and leaves. The pomegranate design has subtle metallic highlights on some of the leaves. The words panim el panim come from the last line of Deuteronomy and mean "face to face." The phrase describes Moses' relationship with the divine. Through the generations, the phrase has expanded to encompass all meaningful relationships and human connection.
Our face masks are 100% premium cotton, with a pocket for a filter and tubular elastic ear loops. The fabric has a lovely subtle tonal quality. They are machine washable. The fabric is printed and the masks are sewn at a small factory in Compton, California. Our masks are not medical grade.