Hold Up, Carter's Now Has Face Masks for Just $3

Tamara Kraus

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We’re going through face masks like hotcakes these days, so it’s key to have back-ups on hand — for your kids too. If you don’t have enough cute options to encourage them to wear a mask, then today’s your lucky day. One of your go-to clothing stores for kids, Carter’s, just launched children’s face masks for kids ages 2-14, and they’re only $3 each. We repeat. $3. This is not a drill. It’s better to be safe than sorry, and at this price, we’ll take one of each, please.

The cloth face masks are currently available in three styles for your little one: plaid, striped, and floral. They are selling out quickly, though, so don’t wait. Made with cotton poplin, they’re ultra breathable and soft so your kiddo can be comfy while protecting others. To sweeten the pot, you can also download a “My Hero Mask” guide for free, which highlights essential workers and everyday heroes wearing masks so kids know how important it is to wear. Masks aren’t going away anytime soon, so stock up now before all of these styles disappear.

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