Where to Get a Face Mask in San Francisco

Face Mask in San Francisco


Where to Get a Face Mask in San Francisco

Made by a Local Designer


Amy Kuschel– $20-$25 | Making sustainable, reusable masks for everyone!

I am a big fan of the Blue Jean, Babe in classic Liberty London print.

Alyssa Nicole –  $25 | Alyssa Nicole is donating handcrafted masks to our friends and family that work in the medical field. This mask is carefully handcrafted out of sustainably sourced charmeuse and cotton gauze lining.

*This is the mask that I have. I was able to easily snag the face mask in San Francisco at her studio.

Your purchase includes 1 mask for $25Three-day shipping or contact-free studio pick up in San FranciscoAll proceeds from mask purchases will cover the cost for mask materials and shipping costs to healthcare workers. 


San Franpsycho – $18 | Stay Psycho Face Mask

Stay safe in their newest face mask! This mask features an all over stay safe, stay psycho print.

One size fits most. 100% cotton, with elastic bands. Hand Printed in San Francisco.


RutiDue to overwhelming demand, they will be gifting a mask with any purchase + free shipping.

1. All are made from silk, which is biodegradable with no impact on the environment. Plus, they are super soft.

2. They are pre-washed and ready to be worn and washed as much as you need.

3. They come in blue and black so they won’t get dirty from your makeup and will fit anything you wear.


Evgenia Lingerie – shipping & handling | The designer asks that you support your favorite indie designer by purchasing from their ready-made inventory, or by donating money to a person in need or a fund that helps people impacted by the coronavirus.

If you would like a mask, send her a DM with your PayPal ID and zip/country. You’ll be invoiced for shipping/handling as soon as she’s sewed your mask.


Eve Masks – $12 | They are a Bay Area, based company that was birthed to help during this crisis. Eve Masks was created to provide jobs to local artisans that have been unemployed due to the shelter-in-place and are able to work from home to help us carry out our mission to provide masks for everyone; including those that can’t afford them.

For every two masks that are purchased, they are donating two masks to a non-profit organization that supports our local low income and homeless communities. Your purchase today not only helps provide masks for more people during this crisis, but it will also help to provide jobs for our American people who have been deeply affected.



CAMP Collection – mask set $30 | mask 3 pack $35 | 6 pack $55

Each mask has a pouch for inserting microfiber cloth or other material for additional filtration. It is contoured to relieve pressure on your nose and has ties to prevent chafing and pressure behind your ears.

The mask provides full coverage for an adult face from just below your eyes to your neck.

For every mask set sold they are donating masks to essential businesses. Email donation suggestions to info@shopcamp.com


Sonson – $11.50 | Each non-surgical mask is made of 3-4 layers (double fabric and interfacing) with elastic.

Print locations may vary | Masks are made from quilting fabric and African wax print fabric.


Rickshaw Bags – $22 | All of the masks are hand-sewn with elastic ear loops and three layers each fine-woven fabrics, including 100 percent cotton. The reversible masks come in three sizes and an array of colorful batik prints all with solid-color interiors.

Please note you should still wash your mask before reversing it.


Faye&Fortune – $20 for b2g2 + $30 for b3g3 | shipping included

By buying 2 or 3 masks you are donating 2 or 3 masks to someone in need, whether it be a nurse, caretaker or someone unable to afford a mask. There are 2 sizes available SM & LRG. DM to order and/or inquire!


Modern Shibori – $15 | These masks (the tie-dye photo above) are made from 2 layers of super-soft 100% cotton poplin surrounding a middle layer of thick organic cotton flannel. Flannel is a fabric that provides great filtration according to the New York Times.

These masks have all been dyed using plant dyes and shibori techniques. Twill tape ties are super easy to put on and off. There are two sizes, one for adults measuring 9″ x 4″ and one for kids measuring 8″ x 3″. These are machine washable and bleachable.

A portion of the proceeds for every mask sale will go to the Alameda County Community Food Bank to help kids get lunches during this time.


Aplat – $60 for 5 masks for foodservice works | Buy 1, Donate 1 $28 | They are answering the call to help make protective masks* for the heroes risking their health to serve communities and people in a time of incredible need. Aplat is making 100% organic cotton masks that are washable and reusable for those working in hospitals, health care, hospitality, food service, grocery stores, and at-risk individuals.

Make your mask using the Aplat pattern available


Traveler Surf Club | $25 for one | $65 Buy 4 masks for you, Donate 4 masks for heroes

TRAVELER MASK PROJECT: they are collecting from the community to fund the production of masks that will be donated to heroes who need them. Heroes Are: Healthcare workers, caretakers, warehouse, and grocery store workers, delivery drivers, and others who YOU think need them the most.


Adelle Stoll – $48 | This Adelle Stoll original design is made from 2mm German wool felt and unbleached pre-washed cotton lining. Wool felt has been utilized in industrial filtration for decades. This mask is made from high-quality materials chosen for there inherent attributes, durability and beauty. This mask is not rated for medical or industrial use and only provides protection for casual daily use. For every mask purchased a cotton mask will be donated to a local medical facility.


 

One Comment

  1. Thank you so much for the mention, Kat!! I really appreciate it. Pre orders are still happening.
    –Jenny Fong of Modern Shibori

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