Face Masks – Where to Buy Them Online (Get Yours!)

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Face Masks – Where to Buy Them Online!

Face Masks - Where to Buy Them Online

Where to Buy Face Masks Online!

If making your own mask isn't an option, here's a list of where you can purchase them online.

1.) Anthropologie is selling a range of printed, reusable masks in a variety of patterns from the brands Sanctuary, Amadi and Bunglo. The Sanctuary face masks are made from organic cotton and come with a removable filter. The reusable design can be disinfected or washed after each wear. Amadi’s face masks don’t feature a filter, but they do have an open pocket that allows for any filter of your choosing. The Bunglo masks are made from 400 thread count cotton that naturally wicks away moisture. The masks are double-layered and reversible. Prices range from $14 to $22. Click here to shop.

2.) Banana Republic can’t keep its soft, stretchy masks in stock! But keep checking back. The microfiber masks are $20 each and feature cloth ear straps and metal nose wire and are designed to fit snugly over your face. For every mask purchased, the company will donate $10 to Feeding America’s COVID-19 response fund. Click here to shop

3.) Casetify – For every mask bought, Casetify donates one to health workers via Direct Relief. Masks start at $15, come in a variety of colors, and each comes with two carbon filters. Click here to shop.

Cubscoat face masks for kids

4.) Cubcoats – These fun, adorable masks for kids are made of two layers of 100% cotton, and a two-pack sells for $12.99. The masks also come with a pocket to add a filter. They’re reusable and can be safely machine washed and dried. Plus, 10% of proceeds will be donated to FeedingAmerica.org to support COVID-19 relief efforts. Click here  to shop.

Disney Face Masks

5.) Disney’s line of reusable cloth face masks feature designs from popular Disney, Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar characters. Baby Yoda, R2-D2, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Disney Princesses, Toy Story and The Hulk, for example. You get four masks for $19.99. Even better, Disney is donating one million cloth face masks to those in underserved and vulnerable communities across the U.S., which will be distributed via MedShare. The company has also already raised $1 million from the mask sales that will also be donated to MedShare. Shipping is free with a $75 order – use code SHIPMAGIC. Click here to shop.

6.) Hot Topic and its BoxLunch brand are selling face masks and bandannas—some of which feature fun pop culture designs like the “Friends” logo and Billie Eilish. All are currently on sale for 20% off at Hot Topic. Click here to shop.

7.) Madewell might be known for its denim and basis, but the retailer made moves to start producing masks, which sold out immediately. The store recently restocked its popular cotton face masks. Although the masks aren’t estimated to ship until Wednesday, June 3, you can still pre-order the masks in packs of three for $20. Pick from a range of prints and colors, including plaid, gingham and stripes. Click here  to shop.

Old Navy Face Masks

8.) Old Navy – Made of extra fabric leftover from the brand’s clothes, Old Navy’s face masks come in packs of five for $12.50. The masks in each pack are made with different surprise patterns, including Old Navy staples, such as checkered, plaid and nautical prints. You can find them in kids and adult sizes. Click here to shop.

9.) Onzie – Made in Los Angeles, these masks are comprised of up-cycled fabrics used in Onzie’s yoga clothing. Adult masks come as a two-pack for $24, and kids masks come in a two-pack for $20. The fabric is stretchy, quick-drying and breathable. You can use the masks on their own for protection or as a cover for an N95 and filtered masks. Proceeds will be donated to health care workers across America through a donation to the Center For Disaster Philanthropy. Click here to shop.

10.) Purple – The popular mattress company’s triple-layered, breathable face mask comes in two adult sizes as well as kids’ sizes. The mouthpiece is made with the same mesh fabric used in some of Purple’s pillows, and the ear bands are composed of a soft gel for extra comfort. These masks cost $20 for two and ship for free in the U.S. Click here to shop. Click here to shop. 


11.) Reformation – The store known for its sustainable, responsibly made clothing is producing non-medical, reusable masks with ties. You’ll get five masks for $25. The prints and colors you receive will vary, and Reformation asks that you limit your purchase to two sets of masks. Click here to shop.

SHEIN Face Masks

12.) SHEIN – Popular fast-fashion brand SHEIN has a variety of masks starting as low as $2.50. There’s a variety of prints to choose from—lots of floral, polka dots and animal print. And you can buy individual or in packs. Click here to shop. 

13.) SwimSpot has already shipped over one million of its masks. Every order includes 10 soft, non-medical grade face shields in assorted colors, styles and fabrics, including spandex and polyester from the brand’s swimwear collections. Click here to shop. 

14.) Threadless – These masks feature designs from the Threadless artist community, and 100% of the net proceeds from each face mask sold is being donated to the humanitarian aid organization MedShare. To date, Threadless has already donated $250K and will continue until they reach $500K! Click here to shop. 

Vistaprint Face Masks

15.) Vistaprint’s reusable masks are engineered with a Replaceable Filter System, tailored for comfort and printed in unique designs for adults and kids. Each mask has a 3-dimensional chin structure, a nose bridge and adjustable straps to keep your mask the perfect fit all day long. For every reusable mask you buy, Vistaprint gives 10% to support local small businesses impacted by the coronavirus. Masks run $13 to $18 and shipping is free. Click here to shop.

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