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Maybe you didn’t think in the year 2020, you would be yelling “got your mask?” to every one of your family members before they leave the house. Yet, here we are. Masking up is a part of daily life now and even brands giving back like Nordstrom are encouraging mask-wearing, but with a purpose.
Remembering to grab a mask has become as necessary as remembering to grab your keys. But Nordstrom is encouraging customers to take mask-wearing even more seriously with the release of the Assorted Four-Pack Adult Face Masks. But what’s cooler than the cute prints on these masks is how they help benefit other communities. With every purchase of the assorted four-pack adult face masks, Nordstrom will donate a mask to help protect kids and families in their communities.
Shop: Assorted Four-Pack Adult Face Masks, $20
In times like these, brands giving back remind us all that we’re living as a community. And being able to help someone while also keeping yourself safe is a win-win situation. In the assorted four-pack that’s giving back, you’ll be swiping up double layer reusable masks with nose-to-chin protection. All of them (except for the cheetah-print) are made with a jersey fabric. Plus, each mask comes with a built-in cotton filter pocket. You can snag one in black, black and white stripe, dark gray and cheetah print. Not to mention, all of the face masks have adjustable ear loops with a sliding strap that you can tie behind your head for easy application and removal.
Sure, you could get your mask almost anywhere now, but when you shop them from brands giving back, you’re helping more lives than just your own.
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