Where to Buy Reusable Face Masks in Brisbane
- All Ages
In case you missed it—face masks will become compulsory from 1 am on Tuesday 29th June when out and about in public in Brisbane, in response to two new community cases of COVID 19.
This latest development makes it the perfect time to stock up on some reusable face masks; so you can make sure you’ve got your car, bag, pram and coat pocket stocked at all times (trust us: no one wants to be caught short!).
1. Cotton On
If good-fitting, fun-patterned face masks are your vibe, look no further than Cotton On. Coming in a range of colours and prints, they also boast the added bonus of having 100 per cent of proceeds from masks sold going towards the Cotton On Foundation’s global healthcare initiatives. Can’t say fairer than that!
2. Masks for Change
Masks for Change are a 100% Aussie-owned small business based in Melbourne, born out of their search for comfortable, attractive, washable reusable face masks. Their range boasts plenty of patterns and colour choice and multipack options, as well as options for kids.
3. THE ICONIC
If you want an epic selection of fabrics, colours, fit choices and breathability options, look no further than THE ICONIC.
4. Clear Collective
If a valved mask is what you’re after, Clear Collective has you covered, with a range of triple-layered masks that come with replaceable filters. They’ve been making masks since the Australian bushfires at the start of 2020, so it’s safe to say they know a thing or two about the filtering process and creating super high-calibre options.
With a small but stylish selection of colours and patterns, TECMASK options ensure a great fit—(and we love ourselves a bit of leopard print!).
6. Lirika Matoshi
An ultra fashion-savvy choice, these boujee masks by Lirika Matoshi come in seriously adorable designs—like flower sequins, strawberries, embroidered daisies or polka dots. We’ll take one of each, thanks!
A social enterprise based in Melbourne, the sales of SisterWorks face masks helps them to provide support to vulnerable communities—particularly through empowering migrant women to work.
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