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Where can you buy a face mask online today? Start with these stores – CNET

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As schools and workplaces begin to grapple with what reopening looks like and face masks are becoming increasingly required by local law or policy in public and in stores, now is a good time to think about having more than one face covering in your protective arsenal. The hot summer months may make mask-wearing feel uncomfortable, but covering your face remains important as concern grows that the coronavirus is airborne.

Luckily, there’s no shortage of online stores, including popular fashion brand names, that sell coverings for adults and children, including cloth options so you don’t have to make a DIY mask. We’ve listed a number of different face covering styles, from simple, homemade masks to trendy designs, models with higher-end fabrics, nose wire masks and name brands, with proceeds often donated to coronavirus-related charities.

Face mask tips to remember:

  • Cotton face mask options may be the most comfortable and easiest to fold up and carry around, and they’re machine washable.
  • Some masks have pouches where you can add extra filter material.
  • Masks that use thicker material and designs with more layers might trap larger particles you accidentally eject through talking, coughing or sneezing, but they may also be warmer to wear.
  • Pay attention to the straps and nose — do they have adjustable ear loops? If you need to wear the mask all day, could the design such as the elastic ear loops rub your ears and skin? Here are ways to make your face mask more comfortable to wear.
  • Wash the mask before putting it on. It’s recommended to wash between wearings.
  • The mask should cover your nose and chin without creating gaps.

Read on for our list of face masks for sale you can buy today including cotton mask and more reusable mask choices. We’re constantly updating and re-sorting this face covering list, with the newest reusable face mask additions at the top. Those are followed by the vendors that are most popular with CNET readers, as measured by recent clickthrough data. Check out our gallery below to see which masks CNET editors are wearing now.

Shopping an Etsy store is another option if you’re looking to buy multiple face masks with different prints. It’s important to note that they do sell out quickly, so if you spot one you like, it might be best to buy it then.

Some sellers carry sizes for adults and kids, so make sure to check the size before buying the mask to make sure you’re getting one that fits.

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Vida

Vida, an apparel and accessories company, has started making face masks. The masks are made of two layers of cotton and have adjustable straps and a metal nosepiece for a snug fit. Each mask has a multilayer PM2.5 filter, which the company notes needs to be replaced every seven days. Vida is donating 10% of all proceeds to the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund and the Equal Justice Initiative in support of Black Lives Matters.

See at Vida

Custom Ink is a printing company that creates customized gear for businesses and groups. Now, the company is using its resources to make protective cloth face masks. You can order a family pack of 12 for $30.

The printing company notes that these masks are for personal use and shouldn’t be worn in a surgical or clinical setting where the infection risk is high. 

See at Custom Ink

Vistaprint

Vistaprint is now making contoured face masks for adults and kids with an adjustable nose piece. The masks have a Vistaprint-exclusive Replaceable Nanofilter System.

See at Vistaprint

If you want a mask that’s fun to wear and gives people joy when they see it, then try one from Arm The Animals. You can get a mask with a tiger face, a cat or dog face or other options. The company donates a mask to California hospitals, medical facilities and emergency workers each time one is purchased.

See at Arm The Animals

Jane is a boutique e-commerce marketplace providing a platform for small businesses to sell cloth masks online. The company is donating a portion of its proceeds and masks to help fight COVID-19.

See at Jane

Radian Jeans

Radian Jeans is now manufacturing face masks. The masks are made from two layers of knit jersey fabric and come in packs of five for $25.

See at Radian Jeans

Disney

Disney is officially selling face masks, including The Avengers and Baby Yoda masks. They come in sets of four for $20. The company will donate all mask profits (up to $1 million) to MedShare.

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Hot Topic

Hot Topic is selling face masks and cloth coverings, with themes ranging from Billie Eilish to ’90s sitcom Friends.

See at Hot Topic

Old Navy

Old Navy has tons of face masks in different colors and designs for the whole family. The masks are made from 100% cotton and have three layers.

See at Old Navy

Purple

Purple, the company known for its mattresses, is now making face masks. The masks are sold in pairs for kids and adults for $20. Currently sold out.

See at Purple

Banana Republic is donating $10 to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund for each mask purchased. The masks have an adjustable wire at the nose for a customized fit. 

See at Banana Republic

Caraa

Caraa, a New York City-based sports bag company, has started an initiative called Cara Cares that’s making face masks from its leftover materials from the production line. The masks come in a pack of five for $25.

See at Caraa

Rendall Co.

Rendall Co. is a Los Angeles based workwear brand that’s now using its resources to make face masks from two layers of woven cotton with built-in pockets to add your own filter. For every mask sold, the company is donating one mask to essential workers and nonprofits working with the homeless.

See at Rendall Co.

Gap

Gap is selling face masks in packs of three for $15. The masks are made from three layers of cotton.

See at Gap

SubZero Masks is donating one mask to an at-risk person in need for each mask purchased. The masks are 100% cotton.

See at SubZero Masks

Rag & Bone

Rag & Bone, an apparel company, is making face masks and donating $5 for every mask sold to organization City Harvest

See at Rag & Bone

Kenny Flowers

Kenny Flowers makes beachy face masks. For every mask you buy, one will be donated to Bali to help those in need. 

See at Kenny Flowers

Threadless

Threadless masks come in two or three-ply polyester and they’re form-fitting. The company is donating a portion of the net proceeds to MedShare, and so far, they’ve surpassed $300,000 in donations.

See at Threadless

Snaptotes

Snaptotes provides fabric face masks with three layers of protection. The masks include a filter pocket and five replacement HEPA filters.

See at Snaptotes

Anthropologie

Looking for a stylish face mask? Anthropologie has you covered with a wide selection of colorful face masks from boutique brands.

See at Anthropologie

MaskMarket

MaskMarket lets you customize face masks with your preferred color, text and even lets you upload photos to the masks. The company also has a selection of predesigned masks if you prefer not to customize your own. For each mask sold, the company is donating one to the 100 Million Masks organization.

See at MaskMarket

Paige

Paige is using its extra fabrics to create cotton face masks. The company is selling the masks in packs of four for $20. Currently sold out.

See at Paige

Athleta

Athleta, a women’s performance and activity clothing line, is making face masks for adults and kids. The masks are sold in 5-packs for $30.

See at Athleta

Casetify

Casetify, a phone case and UV sanitizer company, is now making face masks. For every mask bought, one is donated to Direct Relief.

See at Casetify

Sock It To Me

Sock It To Me masks are knitted with antimicrobial copper fibers. For every mask bought, the company is donating one to Meals on Wheels People.

See at Sock It To Me

Betsey Johnson

Betsey Johnson, best known for its fashion-forward clothes and accessories, is now producing colorful floral face masks.

See at Betsey Johnson

Ministry of Supply

Ministry of Supply, an MIT-founded apparel brand, developed a 3D-printed knit mask that comes with one mask and 10 filters for $50.

See at Ministry of Supply

Giftgowns

Giftgowns, a company that makes hospital gowns, is now making face masks. The masks are made from two layers of cotton and have a filter pocket.

See at Giftgowns

Swim Spot

Swim Spot, a swimsuit company, is now making face masks. You can buy a 5-pack for $10, up to a 100-pack for $250.

See at Swim Spot

MaskClub

MaskClub is a new company that’s donating medical-grade masks to the First Responders Children’s Foundation for every mask sold. It offers designs such as Batman, Adventure Time and Betty Boop that it hopes will make kids more comfortable wearing them. 

See at MaskClub

Kendra Scott

Kendra Scott, a jewelry and home accessories designer, is now making face masks. For every face mask purchased, the company will donate one to a frontline worker in need.

See at Kendra Scott

Jaanuu

Jaanuu, a medical apparel brand, is making antimicrobial-finished face masks for kids and adults. You can buy a 5-pack of masks for $25.

See at Jaanuu

Stichroom

Stitchroom is making face masks, ranging from small kids’ sizes to large adult sizes.

See at Stitchroom

Rocks Off Threads

Rocks Off Threads is selling “premium,” regular and youth face masks. A portion of the proceeds from each face mask sale will be donated to MedShare.

See at Rocks Off Threads

Bonrisu

Bonrisu makes handmade cotton face masks for adults and kids. The masks have a filter pocket and adjustable straps. For every mask bought, the company is donating a mask to communities in need.

See at Bonrisu

Kona Supply Co

Kona Supply Co, a family-owned business that manufactures clothing in Hawaii, is making triple layered face masks with 100% cotton.

See at Kona Supply Co

Tilit

Tilit, a New York City-based hospitality workwear brand, has started making face masks from recycled hemp and organic cotton blend. For every mask bought, the company is donating a mask to a food service worker volunteering or a medical professional in need. 

See at Tilit

Again, remember to wash the face masks before wearing them for the first time and after each use. For more resources, here’s how to make a face mask or covering at home, what you can do to make your face mask more comfortable and 16 ways to help keep yourself safe when you leave the house.

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