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Disney face masks
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Disney face masks are soon to be a reality! The ordinary face mask has become the world's most coveted commodity, with more and more countries around the globe advising people to wear one if and when they need to leave the house, so we imagine this massive range of face masks from the House of Mouse will be a huge hit. It's new range of cloth face masks (opens in new tab), all inspired by some of Disney's best-loved characters are set to ship out from July onwards, but can be pre-ordered now.

Star Wars fans will be excited to see designs featuring Yoda. Other designs include Mickey and Minnie and characters from Frozen, Monsters Inc and Marvel. All profits from sales, up to one million dollars, will be donated to MedShare

It's worth noting that the Disney face masks are not medical grade. If you can't wait until July, head over to our where to buy a face mask article, which has retailers with plenty of stock and fast shipping options. Alternatively you could create your own design with our in-depth guide on how to make a face mask (no sewing options available). 

Disney cloth face masks, pack of four for $19.99 (opens in new tab)
Get a pack of four cloth face masks featuring your favourite Disney characters for under $20. Star Wars, Frozen and Monsters Inc are among these fun designs. Available to pre-order now, items don't expect to ship until end of June 2020.  

Where to buy a face mask in the US

Buy handmade face masks in the US from Etsy (opens in new tab)
There are a wide variety of face mask options available on Etsy's US store, including plain face masks to those with fun patterns and messages. Buying from Etsy also means supporting independent creatives. But be quick, they're selling out fast!

Pack of two protective face masks for $16.99 at Silkies (opens in new tab)
Featuring a two-ply fabric barrier and biocompatible, hydrophobic finish to resist bodily fluids, these protectives face mask are machine washable and reusable. Available to order now with fast delivery.

Buy a set of 5 face masks for $25 from Caraa Cares (opens in new tab)
Caara Cares is an initiative designed to get non-medical face masks to as many people as possible. These simple yet stylish masks are made from recycled materials, and come in sets of five ($25). Any donations to New York's relief efforts are matched by Caraa.

Where to buy a face mask in the UK

Get 3 HYPE face masks for £24.99 – one donated and all profits got to the NHS (opens in new tab)
This great deal from HYPE means not only keeping yourself safe in style, but supporting the NHS and keyworkers too. For every sale, the company will donate another face mask to the NHS, a care home or keyworker. 100% of the profits go to the NHS, too.

Buy washable face masks from eBay (opens in new tab)
Okay, so we can't exactly say that every single mask available on eBay is high quality, and the search results do occasionally throw up some curveballs (search for 'washable face masks' to avoid the home spa remedies), but there are some decent options here.

Buy handmade face masks in the UK from Etsy (opens in new tab)
There are tons of face mask options available on Etsy's UK store, including this pretty strawberry face mask from MagicWardrobe03 (opens in new tab) (pictured). Check the reviews before you buy and leave your own review once purchased to support sellers.

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Kerrie Hughes is Editor at Creative Bloq (currently on maternity leave). One of the original CB crew, Kerrie joined the team back in 2013 after moving from her role as staff writer on 3D World. Since then she's written regularly for other creative publications. Kerrie's work for Creative Bloq involves managing the team and the site's content, developing and maintaining commercial partnerships, and finding innovative ways to bring Creative Bloq's audience the content they're looking for.