What is the difference between masks used by children and adults?


To help ensure protection, the protective mask must fit well with the wearer's face.


Adult protective masks are not specifically designed and produced for use by children, and whether they can be used by children has not been evaluated.


If the child's face is small or the face shape does not match the mask, the mask may not be able to fully adhere to the face, causing particles such as viruses and haze to leak from the edge of the mask, and the protective effect cannot be ensured.