The Radioactive Spider face mask. They say, a bite from a radioactive spider gives can give you strength, agility and possibly, the ability to shoot webbing out of your wrist.
What really happens to someone bitten by a radioactive spider?
Not much. Or rather, not much aside from the usual symptoms of being fanged by an arachnid: itching, redness, soreness, and sometimes – depending on the type of spider – more serious symptoms, including unconsciousness or death. The radioactivity, though, would be irrelevant. The world is awash in radiation.
Add an extra layer of protection with a personalized touch. These reusable cloth face masks made of 100% Polyester provide a physical barrier around the face. They, however, are not medical-grade, thus, not meant for medical use. Great for everyday use for overall protection.
.: 100% Polyester
.: Elastic earloops
.: Two layers of cloth
.: One size