Hello, Juju + Nana Family!
We want to let you know we’re taking extra care of packaging
during the Coronavirus season.

Regarding health, we are taking as many precautions as we can to protect you.
Before we package your order, we use 70% alcohol spray on the items to disinfect.
We use soap to wash our hands thoroughly and wear masks while packaging.

Although the package takes several days to arrive at your place, which gives you better protection, I will highly recommend you disinfect the outside of the bag.
You don’t know who touched the bag during the delivery.

We also offer After Pay (split into 4 interest free payment)

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, I'm more than happy to help.
I know times are scary right now,
but I promise we will get through this together!

As a Taiwanese, we make fabric masks with air layer filters on our own because every country doesn’t have enough masks. We use these handmade masks or surgical masks, and save N95 for health care people. We went through SARS and we do believe DIY Masks are one of the important prevention. Many Asian people do the same ways. Now I live in the USA and I truly wish more Americans can know these info to prevent the transmission.

You can simply make a one-time use mask, or a fabric mask with a filter pocket and then you can put an air filter layer to the pocket to prevent the transmission. 
Type “Air filter layers” and you will see a lot on Amazon easily.
If you can't find one, you can use a dry non-woven fabric such as a clean dry baby wipe, a DISINFECTING WIPE, or a floor wipe. (all need to be clean and dry)
And you have to change the layer often and also disinfect the fabric mask when you're home.
There're many tutorial videos on Youtube to show you how to make the mask.
Just type the keyword and you will find a lot.
If you know how to sew check this:
If you don’t know how to sew you can simply use a food bag sealer to make it.
This is a video from Taiwanese with English subtitle
Another one without sewing by an American lady
How to wear a mask correctly: