MASKING IT ALL Part 2 of a 3 Part Series)
Top German scientists have found wearing certain types of face masks for long periods of time could result in potentially hazardous chemicals and harmful microplastics being inhaled deep into human lungs
Professor Braungart is the director of the Hamburg Environmental Institute and co-founder of the world -renowned ‘Cradle to Cradle’ environmental standard as Ecotextile News. He reported that mask wearers unwittingly run the risk of breathing in carcinogens, allergens and tiny microfibers in masks. He documents that we are breathing hazardous waste through our mouths and noses.
Harmful chemicals does not mean ‘RISK ZERO’. Harmful chemicals in clothing made in China and the facemasks that have been distributed globally