If we all wear simple masks when we absolutely have to leave home, we could all help flatten the curve in a big way.

Non-Medical Masks to
Keep You Safe

Soft and stretchy, comfortable masks made with up-cycled fabric and sustainable materials. Masks must be put on clean, taken off carefully, and paired with rigorous hand washing, and the discipline not to touch your face.

CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

Person wearing mask

Cloth face
coverings should

Our masks meet all the recommendations
of the CDC including:

  • Fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
  • Be secured with ties or ear loops
  • Include multiple layers of fabric
  • Allow for breathing without restriction
  • Be able to be laundered and machine dried without damage



This is Your Brain On Plants
will be donating masks and we are super grateful, thanks!


We are all in this together, Mother Earth included, and when I need to leave my home; I am thrilled to know the mask that protects me, also protects our planet.


I'm seeing too many single use masks on the ground. Love that these are sustainable, reusable and also look fire.


On behalf of Dr. Paul J. Collins and all the staff at the St. Thomas General Surgeons Office we’d like to send a massive, collective, thank you to Brain On Plants for providing super-slick masks for all our administrative crew! They are ultra cozy, ultra stylish and ultra appreciated for an added protective boost! Thank you so much

Protect Yourself,
Your Community,
And The Planet

Our masks are made with sustainable, recycled cotton.

each mask saves

200 gALlons or
750 Litres

of water

Directly diverts materials
from landfill as they are



Medical or frontline staff

Frontline Workers

Help support frontline workers. With every purchase of a mask we are donating to non-medical essential workers whose efforts are more important than ever during this time; social workers, food banks, women's shelters, shelters and supportive housing providers, etc.

Learn more >

Sizing Your Mask

Measure from the bridge of your nose to a few inches under your chin and use that measurement when selecting a mask option with the same or larger height.


(7" x 5")

(8" x 6")

(9" x 7")

Image of mask sizing diagram indicating to measure from bridge of nose to middle of throat.
Image of person wearing mask

Get Your
Mask Today

Before you leave your home on that essential trip, get your mask and protect yourself and others.

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Where does the money go?

All people working on the Protect Me. Protect We. have donated their time and services. The money that is used is for the sustainable materials and the cost of the seamstresses to manufacture. Any monies left over would be donated to various charities.

What is the material used?

100% up cycled materials. The fabric is made of GRS certified 100% recycled cotton.

Where is the material procured?

Our masks are made locally in Canada.

Do I get a charitable tax receipt?

Unfortunately no. We are not a registered charity with the CRA. We will be transparent on where the money and masks go and assure you that this is a not-for-profit effort, but cannot provide charity receipts. If you wish to make such a donation, we recommend you go directly to our charitable partners and make a cash donation.

How safe is the mask from protecting me from COVID-19?

Please wear responsibly. Do not wear a Re-Usable Cotton Mask if you are sick, at high-risk, showing flu symptoms, work in a medical environment, or have recently returned from abroad. If you do meet any of these criteria, you need to wear a medical-grade face-mask. This Is Your Brain On Plants does not take any responsibility for the misuse, mis-handling or non-diligence of its Re-Usable Cotton Mask.

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