When it comes to the future of your skin, there’s no denying the face mask has a long history of success

Cotton face mask is not the first thing you see when you think of an ‘illness-free’ product.

It was used for centuries, and its origins date back to the 1800s.

But there’s a lot of evidence to suggest that it may be in decline, and that the masks may not even be safe.

The mask has been used for hundreds of years to treat things like eczema, eczemas, and psoriasis, among other conditions.

In fact, some research has found that there’s evidence that it actually reduces the risk of death and disability from certain diseases.

But while the face masks have been around for centuries and were probably invented around the time of the Industrial Revolution, the history of cotton masks dates back a bit further.

And in fact, the masks originated in China, not the United States.