Bierbeach 3 Layer Protective Face Mask With Filter

Bierbeach 3 Layer Protective Face Mask With Filter

We have made in house face masks for kids and adults


These are the states that require you to wear a face mask in public:

Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey Maryland, Hawaii, Connecticut.  More info can be found HERE


Based on a quuick search online for where to purchase face masks, I came up with this informative list:


Naturepedic Organic Cotton Face Mask (6-PACK)


Shortly after the pandemic, the mattress company Naturepedic pivoted a portion of their factories to providing masks to consumers at cost. You can buy a pack of 6 for $39.


Etsy: Tough Cookie's Mouth Mask with Filter Pocket


Etsy is one of your best options for picking up pandemic facemasks that are not only functional, pretty stylish as well. The stock is likely to shift, but right now one of the top options is ToughCookingClothings' masks.


KES Sustainable Washable Face Mask in Berry Silk


 KES masks are particularly stylish, but only $17. For each mask purchased, KES will donate one mask to a healthcare professional.


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Savilino Adult and Kids Face Masks


Austin, Texas-based Apron company Savilino is selling adult masks for $12. Kids masks are also available for $10. The company promises to have all orders shipped within 7 days or less.


Corda Designs Comfortable Face Masks


The California-based company Corda Designs is making masks to order, and each mask purchased means one donated to healthcare workers, too.


Taylor Jay Cotton Face Covers


Taylor Jay’s masks are made in Oakland, Calif., and are currently available in Peach/Grey and Brick/Coral.

Amazon also carries them! Here is the direct link for them?


Here's a good read from Vogue! They also have over mask styles

It looks like we’re going to be wearing cloth face masks for a while, which is all the more reason to find one that you like. The CDC has been recommending that people wear masks when going out in public for weeks. And yesterday, Governor Cuomo issued an order that New Yorkers must wear masks in public places where social distancing six feet is not possible. (Cuomo specified that people would not be jailed for not wearing a mask, but fines could be issued). Similar orders have been issued in New Jersey and Puerto Rico, but wearing a fabric mask as a civilian is now common sense, provided you can afford/access one. So for the foreseeable future, we’ll be wearing masks to the grocery store, on walks and runs, and maybe even after the crisis abates. Given the prevalence of mask selfies, it’s likely that masks will start to become fashion items, rather than merely functional.



The best face masks for civilians to wear are made of cloth. Leave the surgical masks and N95s for the healthcare professionals and essential workers. Besides, designers have been in the fabric-mask game for a long time. Billie Eilish wore a Gucci face covering (that’s uh, probably not CDC approved) to the Grammys, before the coronavirus was a pandemic in the United States. Fendi, Palm Angels, and Marine Serre have all made masks. Christian Siriano turned his business into a mask-making machine for hospitals. And many, including Collina Strada’s Hillary Taymour, have offered tutorials on how to make one at home. But people are still looking for masks they don’t have to make themselves. Etsy’s landing page has become all about the mask, and the company disclosed that between April 4 and April 6, people were searching for masks on the site an average of 9 times per second, over 2 million searches. Supply on the site has also exploded, as the number of mask sellers on the site increased five fold in the last week of March and the first week of April.

Masks are not a fashion accessory, but they do take up a fair amount of real estate on your face. And so it’s not surprising that people are looking for aesthetically pleasing ones. With that in mind, below a selection of the most stylish masks to buy now. Some sellers are even doing a buy one donate one offering.


Here's a good article from WebMD:

The CDC recommends that everyone -- sick or healthy -- wear a cloth face mask in places where it can be hard to stay 6 feet away from others, like grocery stores. That's because studies show that people can spread coronavirus even if they don't have symptoms (called asymptomatic) or before they have symptoms (called presymptomatic). In fact, you might be the most contagious just before symptoms begin.

Before you buy or make a mask, learn which type is best and how to wear it.

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How Face Masks Work

When someone who has COVID-19 coughs, sneezes, or talks, they send tiny droplets with the coronavirus into the air. That's where a mask can help.

A face mask covers your mouth and nose. It can block the release of virus-filled droplets into the air when you cough or sneeze. This helps slow the spread of COVID-19.

Can face masks protect me from the coronavirus?

There's little evidence that wearing a cloth face mask keeps you from catching the virus. The main benefit is to protect the people around you.

Types of Face Masks for Coronavirus

Masks for health care workers

N95 respirators and surgical masks should be reserved for health care workers and first responders. Because there aren't enough of these masks for everyone, it's important that they go to the doctors, nurses, and other medical staff who need them most.

  • N95 respirator masks fit tightly around your face. They filter out 95% or more of the smallest particles in the air. But they have to fit just right in order to work.
  • Surgical masks are often blue with white borders. They fit loosely across your nose and mouth. These masks shield against the large droplets that come from a sick person's cough or sneeze, but they're too loose to protect against all germs. And they can't block the tiniest particles that may carry coronavirus.

Masks for non-health care workers

Cloth masks are best for people who don't work in health care. Here are some tips to keep in mind when making your own or looking for handmade masks:

  • You can sew the fabric, tie it around your face, or fold it around some hair ties for ear loops.
  • Use at least two layers of material.
  • You might add a pocket for a filter. Be sure to take it out before you wash the mask.
  • Add a copper or wire ribbon on the nose of the mask to help it fit better.
  • Pleated masks work best because of how they fit your face.

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To buy other kinds of masks:

  • Check hardware stores for dust masks. They look a lot like N95 respirators but don't filter out as many particles.
  • Neoprene masks can help stop the droplets that may carry the virus.
  • Try using a neck gaiter -- a piece of material tied in a loop -- made of stretchy synthetic fabric. Fold it into multiple layers if the material is thin.

Health officials give tips on how to properly wear face masks  

Click HERE to find out more of what health officials have to say


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