Wanting to help protect the customer while simultaneously offering a way for them to lift and shape their tired face, the company went to work on creating this innovative shape wear.

“We saw the photos of hospital staff with those harsh lines from their PPE, all the raw skin and redness they caused, and we knew we could do better. A member of our design team said ‘Hey, let’s give women another way to constantly worry about how they look,’ and we were just blown away by the synergy in the room,” CEO John Mehas explained. “The push-up masks come in a variety of colors and sizes, as long as the wearer isn’t, um, plus-sized.”