It’s no secret that a lot of people use masks for various reasons.
Whether it’s to prevent infection, protect against colds, or prevent allergies, masks are often used to reduce exposure to environmental hazards.
But masks also have a long history of becoming an accessory.
In fact, masks have been a key part of everyday life for millennia.
That history is what’s behind a fascinating new infographic by Canadian startup Modular that lays out the history of how the mask industry developed.
It tells the story of mask manufacturers from ancient times to today, and offers a fascinating glimpse into the way masks are used to keep us safe.
The infographic shows a timeline of how mask manufacturing has evolved, starting with masks that were created in the 6th century BC.
By the time the mask became an accessory, masks had been worn for millennia, as it was thought that wearing a mask was a sign of a good man or woman.
Over time, the masks became more popular and became a staple of everyday wear.
As a result, masks were also made to be worn at the same time as the face.
This became a trend, as many people wanted to be able to wear a mask to work or socialize while at work.
However, it was only in the last few centuries that the mask was able to make it onto a popular item, as the trend for wearing masks in public was beginning to catch on.
Today, it’s estimated that there are over 4 million masks in use around the world.
However in some parts of the world, mask manufacturers have started to make masks specifically for children.
In other parts of Europe, masks for children have become so popular that they have become synonymous with Halloween.
The first masks in North America, for example, were made by the family company of the company that has today become known as Modular.
In Europe, the mask maker is known as L’Oreal, while in the United States, they make masks for the National Association of Boards of Education.
This history is told through the company’s website.
L’Oréal is a major supplier of mask products in the US, as well as in Canada, with a major focus on children.
For example, L’Occitane, which is made by L’ Oreal, is used by a large percentage of elementary schools.
The company has also made masks for medical professionals, including emergency medicine, orthopedics, and orthopedic surgeons.
Lula & Tulla is the parent company of Modular, and its products are widely used in the world of medical masks.
In addition to Lula, Tullas is the major supplier to the mask manufacturing industry in North American and Europe.
Lulu is a subsidiary of L’ Oréal.
The Lulu mask is made in Italy, while Lula masks are made in France.
This is the history behind masks and their use in today’s society.