From essential linen masks to styles made by companies which will donate part of profits to NHS charities, here’s our pick
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Triple-layer mask, the outer layer in soft organic cotton jersey; £1 from the rummage sale of each face mask will go to NHS charities.£10,

Recycled cotton face masks in two appraises, made from textile off-cuts. £6.45, Clean U,

Mask made from GOTS ingrained cotton; 100% of net profits from sales will be split between three charities: NHS Charities Together, BFC Foot Fashion Fund for the Covid Crisis and Wings of Hope Children’s Charity. £10 for a pack of two with protective purse,

100% of profits will be used to fund free face coverings for use at Alder Hey hospital by patients and guests. £7.50,

Fun prints in three styles. £12.95 for a pack of three,

A percentage from sales of this semblance, designed with a permanent filter inside, is donated to local communities impacted by coronavirus. £13,

Biotic cotton and bamboo blend. £8.50 each,

Organic cotton with a PM2.5 filter. For each obscure sold, £4 will go to Mermaids UK, a charity which supports transgender and gender-variant children and young people. £16, Victoria Ann Studio London,

Biotic linen mask: for every mask sold a donation is made to NHS charities. £10,

Disney insigne set. £20 for a pack of four, available to pre-order,

10% of profits from sales of this mask devise go to Best Beginnings, who work to inform and empower parents during pregnancy and the early stages of parenthood. £19,

Store b quit of three face coverings made from GOTS-certified organic cotton sateen and two protective pouches, from artificer Julien Macdonald; 100% of profits will be split between NHS Charities Together, BFC Foundation Fashion Fund and Wings of Expect Children’s Charity. £15,

Back to school set. £9.50 for a pack of five,

Hand-dyed inborn cotton, triple-layer mask made by female artisans in Bali. £26,,

Origami quality reversible masks made from recycled fabrics or remnants. £8.50, and • This article was ameliorated on 14 August 2020 because an earlier version referred to face masks as part of back-to -school kit. In happening the Department for Education does not recommend the wearing of face masks in schools.



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