Treehaus, in Atwater Village, has in stock eco-friendly face masks and donating one mask for every one sold
To date they've donated over 800 face masks to shelters, nursing homes and front line workers.
They have plenty of masks in stock and are shipping right away. Options include: black, navy, and two different floral prints. Face masks are the new must-have accessory...so they might as well be fashionable!
They have sold local maker, Peri of Peri the Label's, caftans for years, so when she asked if they wanted to partner with her to sell/donate face masks they jumped at the opportunity. Peri is working with her local sewers to make great quality, fashionable, eco-friendly, double layer cotton face masks. The masks are machine washable and can be worn over and over again.
Research shows that countries that adopt face mask compliance do a much better job at flattening the curve. Los Angeles was quick to adopt the use of face coverings when in public, due to Mayor Eric Garcetti and Governor Gavin Newsom's proactive mandates. As a result, California has been able to flatten the curve quickly. Wearing a face mask helps stop the spread of Covid-19 to vulnerable individuals, and helps our medical front line workers by reducing the number of Coronavirus related hospital visits.
By practicing social distancing and wearing masks, we'll keep infection rates down and flatten the curve. The sooner we do, the sooner we can relax "shelter at home" orders and get our economy going again.
Do your part, wear a face mask. Look good, do good, feel good… but be bad ass!
Treehaus is also well known for Izipizi, company fantastic, milkbarn, cheeseporn, think big little one, kiddo toys, Year901, Uzi tunic, Ottod ame usa, Prairie Underground and Soprano labs.
3153 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA. 90039
Michele Pedersen & Saralynne Precht