12 Best Places to Buy Cute, Comfortable Kids’ Face Masks

Face coverings are a part of our new normal, so we might as well make them as fun as possible.
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ByNehal Aggarwal
Associate Editor
Updated
Aug 2020
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While many aspects of COVID-19 remain unknown, one certainty is that face coverings have quickly become part of our new normal. Experts are recommending that everyone—including kids who are 2 and older—wear a face mask when out in public to help curb the spread of coronavirus. According to guidelines from the CDC, you should look for a mask that fits snugly, secures with ear loops or ties, has multiple layers of fabric, is breathable and is washable. So where can you buy effective kids’ masks these days? While wearing a face covering may not be something your child is entirely enthusiastic about, the options from these sellers are comfy and most importantly safe—and may make it easier to convince your little one to wear.

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Disney

Disney has been the leader in keeping kids entertained during quarantine, with a bedtime hotline, virtual fireworks show and family singalongs. Earlier this month, they debuted FDA-approved kids’ face masks with all your child’s favorite Disney characters, including Forky from Toy Story 4, Winnie the Pooh, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Anna and Elsa (of Frozen fame) and more. Sizes include small, medium and large so you can find the right fit for even your littlest ones.

Buy it: $20 for a 4-pack, ShopDisney.com

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Old Navy

These kids’ face masks are one size, 3-ply, reusable, breathable and designed according to CDC recommendations—and they’re so popular, they’ve already sold out once. They come in packs of five and are available in an assortment of colors and prints, including an anchor print, dog print, banana print and paisley print. They are available for pre-order now.

Buy it: Face Masks for Kids (5-Pack), $13, OldNavy.Gap.com

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Carpe Diem Workshoppe

These kids’ face masks come in four different sizes (extra small, small, medium and large) and are suitable for kids aged 3 and older. Not only do they ship in 24 hours or less, but they also come in fun prints, including animals, construction vehicles, superheroes like Batman and Thor, Harry Potter themes, the Trolls dolls and much more.

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Uncommon Goods

Uncommon Goods has gift ideas for pretty much any event you can imagine, and now they’re also selling kids’ face masks. This set of two, good for kids ages 4 to 10, comes in a size small, bright rainbow print that will have your kids looking forward to daily socially distant family walks outside. Plus, you’ll be doing some good as you shop, as Uncommon Goods is donating 100 percent of the profits from their sales to New York City’s public hospitals.

Buy it: Children’s Rainbow Face Coverings (Set of 2), $25, UncommonGoods.com

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SHEIN

This face mask for younger children comes in one size (though 93 percent of customers say the product fits true to size) and two adorable prints: colorful dinosaurs and a cotton candy pink with smiling clouds. Though the best part may just be the price point: $3.

Buy it: Toddler Protective Face Mask, $3, SHEIN.com

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Onzie

These kids’ face masks are made from upcycled fabrics from Onzie’s yoga apparel. Available in one size and suitable for kids aged 5 to 10, the masks are reusable and come in a 2-pack of assorted prints, including leopard, floral and more. Plus, not only has Onzie already donated thousands of masks to local hospitals in Los Angeles, they’re also donating proceeds from the sales to healthcare works across the country through the Center for Disaster Philanthropy.

Buy it: Mindful Masks for Kids (2-Pack), $20, Onzie.com

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Blue Panda Invitations

These face masks for kids, available in one size, are made of 3-ply fabric, washable and come in fun prints, ranging from Spongebob to all the classic Disney princesses. The shop ships orders within three business days, free of cost (in the US).

Buy it: Children’s 3-Ply Fabric Face Mask, $8, Etsy.com

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Sanctuary

These washable kids’ face masks, available in one size and suitable for ages 2 to 10, come in a 5-pack of assorted prints, including a dinosaur print, pink and green camouflage print and a baby leopard print. Added bonus? Sanctuary is giving back with each purchase and providing face coverings to organizations in need. The masks are now available for pre-order.

Buy it: Kids Fashion PPE Masks (5-Pack), $25, SanctuaryClothing.com

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BURU

This trendy maternity line pivoted to making face masks for the whole family soon after the lockdown began. Their cloth masks are machine washable, double-ply, available in four different sizes (adult, teenager, small child and large child) and suitable for kids over the age of 2. Plus, the brand is donating all profits to Los Angeles Unified School District’s meal program, which works to feed hungry children based in the area while they’re out of school.

Buy it: Face Masks—But Make It Fashion, $10, ShopBuru.com

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Cubcoats

These kids’ face masks are made of 100 percent cotton, machine-washable and come in a 2-pack. Not only do they come in cute animal designs, but they also have shapeable metal nose-pieces that ensure a comfortable and secure fit.

Buy it: Cubcoats Face Masks (2-Pack), $13, Cubcoats.com

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Swaddle Designs

These kids’ face masks are designed by a nurse. They’re machine-washable, available in one size (which is suitable for ages 2 to preteen) and composed of two layers of soft and lightweight cotton flannel. The best part, though, might just be their reversible design, which features an animal design and playful blue dots.

Buy it: Cotton Kids Face Masks, $14, SwaddleDesigns.com

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Janie and Jack

These reusable kids’ facial coverings are 100% cotton batiste, designed per CDC recommendations and come in several cute prints, including florals, stripes and plaid. The best part? For every pair of masks purchased from now until September 30, Janie and Jack will donate $5 to Baby2Baby, a nonprofit that aids children living in poverty with basic essentials such as diapers and clothing.

Buy it: Cotton Kids Face Masks 2-Pack, $12, JanieandJack.comPublished May 2020

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