This Face Mask Is Designed For Milk Tea Lovers

This Face Mask Is Designed For Milk Tea Lovers

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One of the requirements when you go outside during the pandemic is to wear a face mask. Not just the journalist Howie Severino experienced the confusing moment with the authorities when they reported Severino took his mask down to drink—but also other bikers.

The question of many is, “How will I rehydrate myself when I’m biking?” or “How will I drink if I go outside?”

Well, Pinoy milk tea brand Gallontea has an answer for that.

Introducing the Gallontea Sippy Mask, perfect for rehydrating yourself in public, especially when drinking your favorite milk tea.

Photo credit: Gallontea Instagram Account

This unique face mask has a built-in silicone button where you can insert your straw. Plus, it’s washable and reusable so you can still enjoy your favorite drink while being protected from the COVID-19.
Indeed, hassle-free!

Learn more about the limited edition Gallontea Sippy Mask on their official Facebook page.

Photo Credit: Facebook/Gallontea

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