Here's where you can buy children's face masks

Aug 17 2020, 9:54 am

Sometimes it can be tricky, trying to find a face mask that perfectly fits your face. Finding face masks for children can be even more difficult.

Since July, there has been a bylaw in place that requires adult Torontonians to wear a face mask or facial covering inside all enclosed public places.

According to the City, children under the age of two should not wear face masks. “These very young children must not wear a face covering because of the risk of suffocation.”

If you’ve been in search of face masks for older children, look no further because we’ve compiled a list of places you can purchase them from:

Christopher Paunil

Christopher Paunil’s face masks come in three sizes – Adult, Pre-Teen/Teen/Petite, and Child. They sell for $15 each, with $2 from every sale donated to Toronto-based charity UForChange.

Masks come in a variety of different colours and patterns, and each of them are made in the Christopher Paunil design studio.

 

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Bathing Belle

With back to school around the corner, Bathing Belle has you covered.

Their masks come in some fun patterns including space dogs, chicken & waffles and sharks. Each one is made of two layers of Lycra fabric and can be adjusted to fit behind the ears.

There is also free shipping with all mask purchases.

 

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Lil Miss Dress Up

These double-layered face masks come in toddler, kids, and pre-teen sizes. There is free shipping for face masks.

They make a variety of styles and even custom face masks.

 

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Advice from a Caterpillar

Advice from a Caterpillar has partnered with Narces to sell baby and child face masks. A donation of 10% from the proceeds will be donated to the University Health Network in Toronto.

Face masks are made from 100% woven polyester.

 

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Olive and Splash

Olive and Splash makes a children’s variety pack for $49.99. Their bamboo face masks are double layered and are hypoallergenic.

 

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Mask Canada

These masks are made from 100% cotton and have a filter pocket.

Their youth sizes are made for children aged 11 to 15, with a hidden wire piece that can be adjusted to fit the nose.

 

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Nadia Lloyd

Nadia Lloyd borrowed a sewing machine from her neighbour and has been repurposing cushions from her abstract art collection to give back during the nation’s battle against coronavirus.

Face mask styles include “Toronto Skyline,” “Graffiti Alley,” and “Black Lives Matter Toronto.” And they come in kids sizes.

 

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Ki the Label

These masks have a cotton print on the first layer and antimicrobial fabric as the lining.

Styles come in “Winnie the Pooh,” and pink and blue bandana masks.

 

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Peace Collective

Peace Collective has created kids face masks that stay true to their brand. Their masks are made from multi-layered 100% cotton fabric.

For every pack of masks purchased, the company will donate one mask to a frontline worker.

 

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