Where to buy face masks for you and your family

The government has recently announced that face masks are mandatory when entering shops and supermarkets from 24th July to help stop the spread of covid-19.

With this in mind we’ve shared six of a our favourite places to get your hands on one. Children under the age of 11 are exempt from having to wear one, also if you have a physical, mental illness, impairment or disability which means you are not able to put on or wear a face covering.

Boden face masks

First is Boden, which is selling packs of three masks in one size, they’re created using material from the end of fabric rolls so makes them planet-friendly too.




Gap face masks

We love these Gap face masks for kids, they have packs in a variety of different fabrics. Gap Europe have donated 5,000 masks to The Princes Trust UK too.




ASOS face masks

ASOS have a wide range of masks for both men and women, in plain and patterned material. ASOS are donating £1 for every sale of this product to Oxfam’s Coronavirus Emergency Response Appeal.




John Lewis face masks

These Great British Designer masks from John Lewis & Partners come in packs of three featuring designs from well-known designers including Mulberry and Rixo. All of the profit plus VAT will be donated to across three charities.




Anthropologie face masks

Crafted from soft, organic cotton these Anthropologie masks come in packs of three and come in one size. All profits from masks will be donated to NHS Charities Together




Loco Lolo face masks

Finally is Loco Lolo, this small company set up by a bored Grandad during lockdown creates masks from a range of quirky patterned fabric in sizes for all the family. Proceeds are donated to a different charity each month.