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Where to buy face masks for kids — these retailers have stock

Where to buy face masks for kids
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Adults in search of where to buy face masks generally have no problem finding masks. However, if you're wondering where to buy face masks for kids — your options are a little more restricted since there aren't that many retailers offering face masks for kids. 

The Centers for Disease Control recommends that children 2 years and older wear face masks or "cloth face coverings." The masks should cover their nose and mouth when out in public. So we're rounding up all the retailers where to buy face masks for kids.   

Where to buy face masks for kids

Kid's Face Mask 2-Pack: $20 @ Purple Mattress
Purple has made it into our best mattress of 2020 list. Now the mattress company is making face masks for adults and children. The washable, 3-layer masks feature the same cooling tech found in Purple's pillows. They also have a built-in cotton filter. View Deal

Face Mask for Kids: $12 @ Noellery
The Noellery face mask for kids is made of a washable microfiber material and offers four layers of UV protection. It's designed to rest comfortably on a child's ears. The masks are available in pink, grey, or blue.View Deal

Adult/Child Mask Sets: $18 @ PaigeLauren
PaigeLauren is offering matching face masks for parents and children. The masks are washable and come in a set of adult/child or a set of adult/child/mini. Even better, PaigeLauren is donating proceeds to the FIGS Frontline Responders Fund. View Deal

Star Wars Face Masks: Set of 4 for $19 @ Disney
These Star Wars face masks for kids are perfect for any child who's a fan of the Star Wars franchise. The masks include characters from various Star Wars movies including Baby Yoda and R2-D2. The cloth masks are machine washable and Disney is will donate all profits of U.S. sales (up to $1 million) to Medshare. View Deal

Vistaprint Face Mask for kids: $18 @ Vistaprint
Vistaprint's masks feature a replaceable nanofilter system that blocks airborne contaminants. They offer a wide variety of prints for kids and the masks can be washed and reused. These masks measure 19cm x 12cm. Even better, for every reusable mask purchased, Vistaprint will give 10% to support local small businesses impacted by the coronavirus.View Deal

Cubcoats face masks for kids: $12 @ Cubcoats
Aside from being adorable, Cubcoats' line of face masks for kids are made of two layers of cotton fabric. They're recommended for kids ages 4 and up. The company says 10% of proceeds will be donated to to support COVID-19 relief efforts. View Deal

Marvel Face Masks: Set of 4 for $19 @ Disney
From the Incredible Hulk to Black Panther, these face masks for kids feature your favorite Marvel characters and logos. They're machine washable and are available in various sizes. View Deal

Reusable face mask for kids: from $9 to $12 @ Sock Fancy
Sock Fancy is a company devoted to selling socks. However, they're now selling face masks for kids. For every mask sold, they will donate a mask to frontline workers. View Deal

Disney Face Masks: Set of 4 for $19 @ Disney
Wondering where to buy face masks for kids? These masks are the perfect way to get children to wear face masks. They feature Mickey Mouse, Winnie the Pooh, Stitch, and Marie. View Deal

Radian Face Mask for Kids (Pack of 5): $25 @ Radian
Radian offers 2-layer reusable face masks for kids. The unisex masks come in 5-packs and are made of premium cotton-polyester blend. They're machine washable and feature elastic ear loops. View Deal

CoolNet Buff for Kids: $26 @ REI
While technically not a face mask, this buff for kids can be worn as a headband, beanie, or a full mask. It's designed for kids ages 6 to 11.View Deal

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. That means price checking against multiple retailers and searching high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.