It’s no surprise that society is where it is today. Even as the world begins to turn again and starts to open its doors once more, we need to be prepared for the changes and precautions that are enforced. Perhaps the biggest one is wearing face masks. Retailers, hospitals, and others are struggling to stay stalked with our biggest tool to keep ourselves and others safe.
This is what we’re doing wrong. We are letting this gap form between the public and resources; safety and access. This gap becomes dangerous, almost like a weaponized lack that will and has hurt many individuals. Bridging that gap is the first responsibility we have and should attempt to do. Moreover, we need to do this in a way that doesn’t exploit the situation or gouge out the American public, but in a way that is done with compassion and support in mind.
After contracting COVID and being forced to struggle to find masks and other protective gear, CEO Jayhela Jones, decided to do something to change that. Thus, Puhff Face Masks and Accessories was born. This company promises to bridge that gap and allow for a flow of materials that will help countless Americans during and after this pandemic. By selling directly to business, this company makes it easy for stores to take care of their communities and have access to affordable masks.
This is about changing the way face masks and the like are sold. This company wants to make it so that everyone can have easy access to a product that they all need, especially now. Puhff wants to domore than that. This company wants to create a mask that fits individual needs; from disposable to machine washable; from a box set to a resealable antibacterial pouch; from activated charcoal to refillable filters. Jones has thought of everything that someone would need to be comfortable and feel safe.
Puhff offers a solution to the very issue we have been facing and continue to face as COVID-19 numbers continue to spike. Safety and style should be within reach, at local stores, and bigger retailers.