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Here’s Where You Can Buy Face Masks Online

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Masks are a hard commodity to come by these days. We have searched high and low, but they are NOWHERE to be found.

Don’t worry. We got you!

Where to buy masks online

Amazon — Things like soap, antibacterial hand gel, and masks are in short supply. HOWEVER, if you order surgical masks NOW, you will go on the list to get them toward the end of May, beginning of June.

Courtesy of Amazon

Yes, I know, that seems like a LONG way away, but you might take comfort just KNOWING they are coming to you.

Courtesy of Amazon

The best rated ones that we have found can be purchased on the Amazon site, right HERE.

Etsy — You won’t find surgical masks on the Etsy site, but you will find a plethora of crafty people that have put their sewing machines to good use.

Courtesy of highstandarshop on Etsy

You can search the Etsy website, right HERE. Just make sure, if you get a mask off Etsy, it meets the CDC recommendations for face masks.

Courtesy of atbuttonsboutique on Etsy

Monogram — They have followed the recommendations set by Kaiser Permanente, and have come up with their own 100% cotton jersey mask. They are machine washable, and have ties that go around your head.

Courtesy of Monogram

You get 2 masks for $20, and you can get them right on their website.

Reformation — Reformation has partnered with LA Protects to bring non-medical grade face masks to the public. Their masks are made from Tencel Lyocell, which according to their website, comes from the Eucalyptus tree.

Courtesy of Reformation

You can buy their face masks in sets of 5 masks for $25. You can also donate masks to the public at that same site.

Sanctuary — These are DISPOSABLE face masks, made of 100% cotton muslin, a double layer middle, and a filter in the center.

Courtesy of Sanctuary

With your purchase of a mask, we will provide masks to organizations in need. We are in this together. #SanctuaryGivesBack

Courtesy of Sanctuary

You get a pack of 5 of these disposable masks for $28, and you can get them on the Sanctuary site, right here.

Walmart — Walmart has several vendors that they work with who sell disposable masks.

Courtesy of Walmart

You can search the Walmart site, right HERE to find your disposable masks.


OR you can make your OWN masks. They are not hard to make. We have come up with SEVERAL good patterns. There are masks that are made with sewing machines. There are also no-sew patterns represented on the list, below.

Make a face mask out of LEGGINGS

Face mask patterns recommended by the CDC

Masks made out of blue shop towels

How to make your own no-sew face masks

Mask templates that use a sewing machine

Here is what to use as filters in your cloth masks

Here is how to properly wash your face mask


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  1. I noticed most of these places are out of stock, but I found some cool patterns at Reclaimed Stitches (Google it). They have inventory available right now (around 4/25 6:56).