9 Vegan and Sustainable Brands That Sell Face Masks
In 2020, face masks are the best way to show off your sense of style! Whether you’re going to the grocery store, picking up food from your favorite vegan restaurant, or are taking your pup for a walk, we’d recommend rocking a reusable vegan-friendly face mask from one of these 9 sustainable brands!
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This emerging brand has created a comfortable and sleek reusable filtering face mask with FIVE layers of protection! The multi-layer filter, tested in a state-of-the-art laboratory in Germany, is made with materials such as Econyl and 100% recycled PET. ecomask’s face coverings are sold in black, royal blue, and navy blue variations and range in sizing from XS-XL to provide optimal fit. Every order is shipped in a compostable mailer, and once you’re ready to replace your mask, you can send your used one back to their manufacturer to be recycled. In addition, a portion of the proceeds from each purchase are donated to Healthy Seas, a nonprofit dedicated to ocean plastic cleanup and preservation of marine life ecosystems.
The Vegan Skull mask from this plant-based clothing brand is a great way to show your veganism with pride! The masks are produced in a sweatshop-free facility with two layers of cruelty-free fabric (polyester and cotton), so you can feel good about wearing this soft and sleek mask––inside and out! The pattern showcases the vegan “V” logo and the skull from their Kale Seitan Motorcycle Club design. To make things even better, fifteen percent of the sales from this item is donated to the plant-based organization Support + Feed.
Aside from making eco-friendly dresses, tops, and loungewear, this LA-based clothing company offers sustainably-made masks for adults and children in a plethora of patterns. Their non-medical grade masks are made from deadstock fabric (excess fabric that hasn’t been used) and can be washed for reuse.
This closed-loop clothing brand incorporates earth-friendly practices in the construction, manufacturing, and shipping of their products. From using materials like 100% cotton and sending out orders in reusable packaging, to enacting company-wide carbon offsets, For Days is a great brand to shop from! Their washable cotton face masks are available in a range of colors and can be purchased in packs of two, three, and five. In addition, these masks are composed of two layers so you can add a filter if you’d like.
The hemp and cotton masks from Groceries Apparel are some of the trendiest (and comfiest) masks on the market! The design we’ve been obsessed with recently is the Indigo Tie-Dye Face Mask. It’s made from 100% GOTS-certified, GMO-free, organic cotton and hand-dipped with 100% non-toxic indigo! When you purchase a 3-pack of any mask design from Groceries Apparel, a 3-pack is donated to someone in need.
Rachel Craven’s face masks feature a strong linen material, metal nose bridge, soft Japanese elastic, and silicone cord adjusters to achieve the perfect fit. The mask is available in seven stunning colors, including new fall variations. For each mask purchased, one is donated to 1736 Family Crisis Center, a program that aids victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, homelessness, and more.
For masks made in an array of sizes, check out Selva Negra! Their products are made in Los Angeles by workers who are paid fair wages. All patterns (excluding the Picante Gingham option) are vegan-friendly, composed of brushed cotton, 100% cotton, or organic cotton. For every 5 masks, one is donated to someone in need.
Don’t know where to put your mask when you’re not wearing it? The face masks from this sustainable apparel brand can be ordered with a water-resistant pouch so you can store your mask safely. It even has a clip that you can to attach to your keychain! WAWWA’s cotton masks are organic, washable, and made with elastane elastic loops for a snug fit!
For the show-stopping patterns that will turn the heads, rock one of the organic cotton face masks from Whimsy + Row! From solid white and black to plaid, tie-dye, and gingham styles, there’s a mask for every outfit and occasion––or lack thereof (#stayathome).
Allie is a writer, musical theatre performer, yoga instructor, and walking vegan restaurant directory. On any given day, you can catch her making tofu scramble, scouring Trader Joe’s for new plant-based products, or watching The Lizzie McGuire Movie! Visit her website at alexandrammitchell.com.
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