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As COVID-19 continues to heavily impact our world, our daily lives continue to change. From us respecting stay-at-home orders to turning our planned outings into staycations and spending time with loved ones virtually, people all over the world are doing their part to flatten the curve. To help combat the virus, more and more retailers are starting to make fabric face masks that we can purchase to use as face coverings.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending that people wear face masks in public settings where it’s not possible to practice social distancing. Since many people could have the virus and be asymptomatic, these masks are extremely important as their use can “slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others.”
While you can make a face mask with things you already have at home, like a scarf or bandana, many of our favorite retailers are selling their own fabric face masks right now. Keep reading for more details on 15 brands that are currently selling face masks (and keep in mind that most are final sale).
The boho retailer is currently selling a wide range of colorful face masks. Starting at $14, you can snag reusable masks from brands Amadi, Bunglo and Sanctuary.
Available in packs of 5, 10 and 50, Bella & Canvas’ incredibly soft, no-sew face covers are meant to be worn all day and then disposed of.
Shop: Bella & Canvas Daily Face Cover Pack of 5, $10.99
Disney-lovers (especially “Star Wars” fans of all ages) will love the brand’s character face masks. From Baby Yoda to Mickey Mouse, wearers can channel their favorite Disney alter-ego.
Shop: Star Wars Cloth Face Masks 4-Pack Set, $19.99
Ética is a sustainable brand that uses upcycled cotton to make its fabric face masks. The masks also have a side opening for adding disposable filters if you’d like. For every pack sold, the brand is donating a four-pack to hospitals, healthcare workers and first responders across the country.
Shop: Ética Face Masks 4-Pack, $28
Sold in packs of three, Everlane’s face masks are made of 100 percent cotton, and for every five-pack sold, the company we’ll be donating 10 percent of sales to the ACLU.
Coming in packs of three, Gap Factory’s adult face masks are available in 15 different prints (heads up, a few patterns are on backorder). Made of triple-layer cotton, these masks also have a wire at the nose so wears can get a perfect fit.
Shop: Gap Factory Adult Face Mask (3-pack), $12.99 (Orig. $15)
Not only does Joann have all of the materials you need if you’d like to DIY your own fabric face mask, but you can also shop finished masks that are ready to wear now.
Shop: Joann Pink Ground & White Flower Cotton Face Mask, $3.99
Coming in over 40 different patterns, Look Human’s face masks are machine-wash friendly and just $18.99. However, the brand is currently holding a summer sale where you can save 30 percent with code SPLASH.
Shop: Look Human Strawberry Pattern Face Mask Cover, $18.99
Madewell’s cotton masks have a filter in them so you’re going to want to hand-wash these. The brand is also giving back: “Madewell and J.Crew have donated 75,000 single-use face masks to Montefiore Medical Center in New York.”
Shop: Madewell Three-Pack Non-Medical Face Masks, $20
Available in both adult and kid sizes, Onzie’s face masks are made with Full Flex Spandex technology so they are breathable, stretchy and quick-drying.
Shop: Onzie Mindful Mask Two Pack, $24
Designed for all-day comfort, Rendall Co. masks have a copper noseband that easily bends for a snug fit. They also comfortably fit over N-95 masks.
Shop: Rendall Co. Sentry Mask, $19
Available in both kid and adult sizes, Socialite’s masks come in a wide variety of patterns including tie-dye, leopard print and polka dot. Plus, for every children’s mask bought on their website, the brand will be donating a mask to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
Shop: SuperSoft Mask (Adult) 2 Pack, $28
Selling a variety of face masks, the well-known shoe brand is also selling activated carbon mask filters that you can pair with your mask to “isolate up to 95 percent of airborne particles, germs, dust, chemicals, gas, pollen and more.”
Shop: Steve Madden Pastel Tie-Dye Mask, $14.95
Available right now for preorder, The Sis Kiss is offering three different face masks including one that kids can color on with markers for a personal touch.
Shop: TSK Face Masks Color Me!, $12
Uncommon Goods’ rainbow face coverings are not only cute and colorful (and designed by kids), but are also 100 percent of the profits go to NYC Health + Hospitals.
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