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This mouth mask is made of hand-spun and woven cotton, dyed with Indigo. The natural indigo is traditionally made by fermenting the leaves of the Indigofera tinctoria plant.
The use of indigo as a dye in textiles dates back to long before our era. Nowadays indigo is also found in soap and hand sanitizing gel.
Indigo is a plant that produces the unique color indigo after natural fermentation.
The masks are made in the studio of Rias in Jaipur. They are very closely involved in the production process. The native cotton is from West Bengal and woven by local weaving families. The indigo is made in Rajasthan.
Avishek (r) from Rias in the production process of Indigo masks