Since last spring, my kids and I have tried what feels like dozens of different face masks. While my older son gets the concept, I’ve constantly struggled with my 5-year-old. After months of trying, I finally was able to get my youngest to wear a face mask outside, but convincing him to wear one indoors was still a point of contention. He constantly complained that the masks were constricting and uncomfortable to wear. Since this is one battle I must absolutely fight, I invested lots of money and time in finding him the right mask.
I was initially intrigued by the MaskC disposable face masks after I saw Chrissy Teigen wearing one. I was surprised to learn that the soft, fabric-looking mask was actually a disposable paper one. I was excited to try it for myself and my kids because of how soft the masks claim to be. Also, the idea of a disposable mask is appealing because that means less laundry and ensures that my kids will use it only once. But many disposable masks have a scratchy feeling that just doesn’t fly with my kids, so I was still a bit apprehensive.
We tried the masks out on a day when I knew we would be inside for hours. During the holiday break, I took my kids for some mini-golf, and they were going to have to wear the masks for at least a three-to-four-hour stretch. I’m not sure if it was because they were having so much fun, but they didn’t complain about the masks once.
In fact, they were able to make it through 18 holes of Angry Birds mini-golf with the masks on the entire time. I’m chalking this up to a major mom win and will be using these masks primarily going forward.
The MaskC masks are multi-layer, which we know is the best way to go these days, and have three layers of protection while also being moisture-wicking and breathable. The masks are incredibly soft and have an adjustable nose bridge and elastic ear straps for a comfortable fit. Reviewers note that their kids found the masks comfortable, writing, “My babies can breathe with these, and the patterns are fun!” Several other parents write that they have had no trouble getting their kids to wear these masks at school.
If you would like to try these masks out on your own kids, now is the perfect time because kids’ MaskC face masks are 50 percent off with the code KID50. They come in a pack of 10, and you can even subscribe to save even more. We’re not sure when this deal will end, so be sure to hurry before it does, and keep scrolling to check out some of their fun prints.
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