Coronavirus has continued to spread in Ireland and other countries. Therefore, it is still necessary to take precautions that will keep you and your kids safe and healthy. This is especially important as more countries continue to look for ways to open up schools.
Following the public health guidance regarding the safety of kids in schools, there has been an increase in the demand for first-grade face masks for kids and adults alike. That is why we will provide a review of the brands that you can get for your kids in Ireland.
Best Face Masks for Kids
Generally, children over the age of 2 are expected to wear kids’ face masks in public places. So, here are the best brands you can buy for 2021…
Disney has launched a collection that feature designs from Mickey Mouse, Toy Story, Star Wars, The Hulk, Winnie The Pooh, and Frozen. There are various sizes, large, medium, and small, so you and your child can wear a match at the same time.
Each pack has 4 different designs. You can also pre-order on their website.
2. We Make Good
This company has products from some of the best designers in Ireland, creating opportunities for people from tough backgrounds to become creative and monetize their skills. They supply masks that are made from linen or new cotton. They are handmade by some women with refugee backgrounds; they work with The Textile Studio, a charity organization that provides training and jobs for refugee women.
Each time you purchase a mask, the company makes a donation of 2 masks to Direct Provision. This is to ensure that children who are most vulnerable will benefit too.
3. Little Comfort
Little Comfort is a brand in Ireland that produces baby clothes, cloth nappies, and the recent addition – face masks. They are 100% cotton, reusable, can be washed in a washing machine, and have a dual-layer for additional protection. They are also available in different designs and colors.
4. Irish Socksiety
Irish Socksiety is a brand that specializes in quirky and fun socks designs. They recently added the production of masks to their range of products. They are made of cotton and are reusable. (You may want to learn more about important features of the reusable variety here.)
Kids between the ages of 4 and 10 can use them. They provide an antidote to those down moments that come with the social distancing.
This is a luxurious Irish online gift store. And they have one of the cutest face masks for kids. They are 100% cotton and are suitable for children between 2 to 10 years. They also have a pocket to serve as an additional filter, if necessary.
Thumbsie is an independent brand that aims at helping parents who want their kids to stop sucking their thumbs. They are currently selling face masks designed for children between the ages of 3 to 16 years. There are 4 pieces in a pack.
The designs include sea horses, pandas, elephants, ballerinas, flamingos, and dolphins. And the colors are pink, blue, and neutral. When you place an order, it may arrive within one week and you do not have to pay for shipping; it is free.
Vistaprint is usually associated with photography. However, the company now makes masks with some funky designs. Your kids can have different designs such as dinosaurs, space, lightning bolts, and heart. They also have a filter system that is replaceable. You can find 10 filters in a pack and delivery is free.
Cubcoats provide non-medical brands for kids between the ages of 5 and older. The inner layer is made of cotton which gives a soft feel against the skin of your child. It also has a metal piece that wraps around the nose to keep it secure. Additionally, the mask comes with a filter for double protection, if needed.
9. Old Navy
You can rely on Old Navy for affordable kids wear. And this also applies to their masks. The products are 100% cotton, machine washable, and fit properly on the child’s face. You can get a pack for a child of around 5 to 8 years.
You can read about how to care for your kid’s face mask: https://www.childrens.com/health-wellness/how-to-care-for-your-childs-mask
As sad as it is, the world is not over the pandemic yet. It may be following us into 2021. Therefore, you need to ensure that your kids are accustomed to wearing their masks.