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Mabel’s Labels Has Launched Face Masks for Kids—and They’re Adorable

The best part? You can personalize them!
ByNehal Aggarwal
Associate Editor
Published
August 20, 2020
Mabel's labels launches kids face masks
Image: Courtesy Mabel's Labels
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With kids’ potentially going back to school soon, personal protection equipment is at the top of mind for many parents. Since March, several brands have launched their own line of facial coverings for kids—the latest of which is Mabel’s Labels. The kids’ clothing company recently introduced their own masks for little ones in an assortment of colors and prints—and they’re downright adorable.

The lightweight masks are available in six designs and made with three layers. The inner layer is moisture-wicking fabric that keeps the skin dry. The middle layer consists of moisture-repellent fabric and provides extra protection against droplets and particles. The outermost layer also features moisture-wicking fabric that prevents droplets and particles from entering the mask. Other functional features? A pleated design, soft ear loops and an adjustable nose piece for a comfortable fit.

The masks can also be personalized with the brand’s custom iron-on clothing labels, which are waterproof and laundry-safe.

The masks are suitable for kids aged 3 to 14 and retail for $18.50 at MabelsLabels.com. The site also has adult masks with the same quality construction, available for the same price, in nine different designs.

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