With cases of the coronavirus continuing to emerge across the country, it looks like face masks will be a necessary accessory in the long run.
Looking for more options in fabric face masks?
Here are some top selling masks to consider that we found on Amazon.com.
Levi’s has a pack of three 100 percent cotton reversible masks in various sizes – small and large. The colors are red / royal blue, navy / red, black / royal blue, navy / anthracite and red / red. The masks have adjustable fabric cords that attach for a secure fit. They cost from $ 12 to $ 15 for the three-pack.
Yiiza offers a washable and reusable cotton mask in a three-pack for $ 15.69. The masks are black with an adjustable wire nose.
The collections of pies cloth face masks have non-elastic earrings, are washable and reusable. They come in gray and white stripes and other colors and patterns. The masks are made of 50% rayon and 50% polyester with a 100% ring spun cotton lining. The cost is $ 9.99 for one.
The Cute Heart Fashion the face masks are cotton and reusable. The cost is $ 12.99 for two. They are washable. And you guessed it – each mask has a little red heart on it.
The Auline collection offers two pack of cotton / elastane masks, made in the USA. The masks are black, washable and reusable. They sell for $ 17.97. The masks are 95% cotton and 5% elastane. They include a pocket for an optional filter but the filter is not included.
Beat the basics offers a floral face mask in a two-pack for $ 12.99. The masks are cotton, breathable, washable and reusable. They have an adjustable nose bridge thread and stretch earrings.
Raj swim has a pack of 10 assorted color masks for $ 33.53. The masks are 85% nylon and 15% elastane. They are machine washable and reusable.
The New Republic Two-ply cotton masks are made in Los Angeles. The cost is a three pack for $ 12. The masks are black. The earrings are made of stretch cotton rayon.
The Coton Mignon / Beat Basics The face mask is reusable, washable and has an adjustable nose bridge thread. The cost is $ 12.99 for a two-pack.
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