Promote face masks properly

Face masks that you offer in your Spreadshop have no proven protective effect. Your offer should avoid giving the impression that the face mask is a medical device or professional protective equipment. Non-observance can lead to warnings and charges.

Please avoid specific medical terms when marketing your products to prevent legal repercussions.

Therefore please do not use the following terms to describe the products:

  • Protective mask
  • Protection mask
  • Respirator mask
  • Repiratory protection mask
  • Medical face mask
  • Surgical face mask
  • Mouth and nose protection
  • Protective equipment
  • FFP
  • FFP1
  • FFP2
  • FFP3
  • N95

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