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Meet TimTom!

She is an orphaned orangutan being cared for by the Born Free Foundation and our inspiration for this mask.

We thought for a magnificent animal we should create a magnificent mask! Each purchase doesn’t just give your skin a nourishing and hydrating feel, but also goes to help TimTom and other orangutans to be safe and acquire the life skills necessary for their return to their natural habitat.

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  • Orangutans, did you know?

    Orangutans are the heaviest tree-dwelling animal on earth!

  • Orangutans, did you know?

    Orangutans have an arm length of about 2.2m (over 7ft)! That’s as long the famous wrestler Andre the Giant was tall!

  • Orangutans, did you know?

    Orangutans have the longest birth interval of any land mammal only giving birth every 7-9 years!

  • Orangutans, did you know?

    Orangutans learn everything they know from their mothers, and usually stay by her side till the age of 7. Cute!

  • Orangutans, did you know?

    Orangutans build nests to sleep in every night, and if its raining they sometimes even build a roof!

  • Orangutans, did you know?

    Orangutans have been seen to use tools to collect food, something that less than 1% of animals have been seen able to do.

  • Elephants, did you know?

    Elephants need up to 150kg of food per day! That’s as heavy as a female Panda!

  • Elephants, did you know?

    Elephant calves can stand within 20 minutes of being born, that makes us humans look a bit lazy!

  • Elephants, did you know?

    Their tusks are actually teeth! Imagine how much money the tooth fairy gives elephants!

  • Elephants, did you know?

    Elephants throw mud and sand over their bodies to protect their skin from the sun. Cheaper than buying sunscreen!

  • Elephants, did you know?

    A female elephants pregnancy lasts 2 years, the longest pregnancy of any mammal!

  • Elephants, did you know?

    Elephants can recognise themselves in mirrors, a behaviour only a handful of animals can do in the world.

  • Giraffes, did you know?

    Over short distances Giraffes can run up to 35mph!

  • Giraffes, did you know?

    Baby Giraffes can walk and even run within 1 hour of being born, amazing!

  • Giraffes, did you know?

    Giraffes require over 75 pounds (34kg) of food a day, that’s the same weight as a small couch!

  • Giraffes, did you know?

    Giraffes are the tallest mammals on earth! The tallest Giraffe in the world is 5.7 metres tall!

  • Giraffes, did you know?

    Giraffes spend most of their life standing up, they even sleep and give birth standing up!

  • Giraffes, did you know?

    A giraffes spots are like a humans fingerprints. No Giraffe has exactly the same spots!

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    Your support to help TimTim go wild matters

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    TimTom Orangutan Face Mask

    Nourishing banana and coconut infused Orangutan Face Mask to help hydrate and revitalise skin. Biodegradable sheet material. Suitable for ages 8+. Featuring TimTom – an orphan orangutan rescued in 2016 by the Orangutan Foundation in Borneo. Each purchase of the mask will support TimTom and other Orangutans within the Foundation’s care to acquire the life skills necessary for their safe return to their natural habitat.


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    Giraffe Face Mask

    Refresh and hydrate skin with our adorable ‘Wild Animals’ Giraffe Face Mask, featuring soothing Aloe Vera and Cucumber. This fun character mask features a skin gentle formula to nourish and soothe skin. Biodegradable sheet material. Suitable for ages 8+.


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    Elephant Face Mask

    Calm and moisturise skin with our adorable ‘Wild Animals’ Elephant Face Mask, featuring Lotus Blossom and Ginkgo. This fun character mask features a skin gentle formula to nourish and soothe skin. Biodegradable sheet material. Suitable for ages 8+.


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Why do Orangutans need our help?

If Timtom’s cute little face isn’t enough to show you that we need to save these animals, hopefully some facts about their endangered existence will convince you why they need our help.

Unfortunately it is estimated that 100,000 Bornean orangutans lost their lives between 1999 and 2015.

The main issue is the loss of their forest habitat caused by logging for timber materials, forest fires, making way for oil palm plantations, mining and agricultural expansion.

Oil palm trees produce an edible vegetable oil that is used in many products, ranging from toothpaste to pizza. Indonesia and Malaysia make up over 85% of the global supply of palm oil, so the orangutans habitats are very much in demand.

Cutting down pristine rain forest to create space for palm oil production is extremely unsustainable. Not only is it extremely harmful to the existence of orangutans and other animals, but it also releases a lot of carbon into the atmosphere.

The good news however, is that palm oil can be produced in a sustainable way, by planting on already degraded land rather than replacing a thriving jungle. Palm oil also produces larger yields than other oils such as sunflower or olive oil, meaning less space is needed than other similar oils.

As consumers, we can fight to buy only sustainable palm oil, but boycotting isn’t the answer, demanding more action is. On top of this are the threats of illegal hunting for meat and capture for the exotic pet trade.

The Born Free-supported Orangutan Foundation, plays a key role in helping protect
wild orangutans and their habitats.

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Some of their key work includes...

  • Ensuring protected areas stay protected.
  • Creating new conservation areas to safe guard orangutan populations.
  • Conducting daily foot patrols and monitoring forests to prevent poachers and other illegal activities.
  • Preventing deforestation.
  • Reducing illegal activities in Tanjung Putting National Park and Lamandau Wildlife Reserve.
  • Rescuing and reintroducing back to the wild injured or orphaned individuals.
  • Fighting forest fires in orangutan habitats.
  • Ensuring local communities are involved and supportive of conservation initiatives.

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In the past three decades it is estimated that 80% of orangutans habitats have been lost.

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The Orangutan Foundation has had great success in reducing the number of illegal activities in the wildlife reserves by maintaining a high visible presence.

Guards posts have been set up, for example post 25 located in the Lamandau reserve. These guard posts have been constructed in strategic locations, daily foot patrols deter unwanted visitors, whilst boat trips and drone surveillance also helps monitor the forests.

Fire-fighting teams have been trained and are ready to respond to any reports of fires in the critical orangutan habitat. In 2016, the Orangutan Foundation also managed to plant an incredible 15,000 fire resistant Ubas tree seedlings after forest fires destroyed 11,000 hectares of the Lamandau Wildlife reserve. With a lot of hard work and a little bit of luck, the forest is regenerating, species are returning and the natural ecosystems is being restored.

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