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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) means washing our hands, physical distancing and wearing masks to keep yourself and others safe. But which mask is best for you? That depends on the mask material and the activities you are doing when you’re wearing your protective face covering.

If you are making your own mask, of course, it’s important to construct and wear the mask properly. However, make sure to pick a mask that resonates with you – like a team logo or picking colours that match your clothes or your personality. Now, there are many companies that offer unlimited mask colours 25% off. So grab the deal before it ends.

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When you try on clothes, sometimes it takes a few tries to find something with the perfect fit and comfort. It’s the same for masks.

You may need to purchase a couple of different styles or types to find the one you’re most comfortable wearing. Then, rock that masks with style.

How to pick the mask that’s best for you

If you’re shopping for a mask, making your own or choosing from masks that are donated, there are five things to always consider when selecting a mask that is best for you:

  • Best fitting: Does the mask fit snuggly around your face but isn’t too constricting? The mask should cover your nose and fit across the bridge of your nose and cheeks, sit comfortably under your chin and hug the sides of your face and cheeks without gaps. The CDC offers this guidance on ensuring a proper fit.
  • Breathability: Look for multi-layered tight woven cotton, cotton-polyester blends or linen. Do not wear masks made out of fleece, because fleece may not provide as much filtration as other multi-layered coverings according to a recent study.
  • Moisture-wicking: Fabrics with soft stretchy material, such as spandex or polyester, pull moisture away from your skin, helping to keep you cooler

Stays in place and easy to put on: The mask should be secured by the use of earloops or ties
Long-term use: Is the mask washable and will it retain its shape without damage after washing?

Five Things To Consider While Buying Face Protection Masks Online