Food52 Holiday Cloth Face Masks
They’ve been our trustiest friends lately, and now they’re getting the Food52 treatment—meet the face masks we’re reaching for every time we head out.
Nice & breathable: Each mask here is made from lightweight cotton cloth, with a pocket inside you can add a filter to for extra protection.
Two styles: There’s two designs to choose from—one with ear loops for a quick on-and-off and one with ties for all-day wear.
Comfy fit: Whichever style you snag, your masks will have a nose wire built in for a sure fit.
Options, options: Pick from a slew of patterns, in sets of three and five. (You bet we’re eyeing those holiday prints for gift giving.)
A timely gift: Opt for the gift set, and a very lucky someone will get a tree-studded mask along with pine-scented hand sanitizer.
Please note: These masks are one-size-fits-all, and due to health and safety reasons, they are non-returnable and final sale. They are not FDA approved.
Photography by Julila Gartland & Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
100% Cotton. Elastic ear loops.
Each mask includes a nose wire for a more secure fit.
Hand sanitizer made of 70% Ethyl Alcohol, Distilled Water, Plant-based Glycerin, Coconut Oil, and Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil Blend.
Ear Loop Masks and Tie Masks measure 7.25" L x 3.5" W
Care & Notes +-
Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
Shipping & Returns +-
View our Return Policy.
Our Tips & Stories
How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
You'll be hearing from the staff at Food52 every week in Too Many Cooks, our group column in which we pool our answers to questions about food, cooking, life, and more.Now that we've had our fun with citrus, we can no longer procrastinate. There's no way around it any more -- it's the season of giving. If you know someone like us (and chances are you probably do), you know that when the weather turns cold and the holiday decorations beckon, you start receiving mason jars with bows, tins of cookies, and everything, so long as it's homemade and in a pretty package. (And we hope you like them.) Maybe you're looking to branch out (fruitcake, be damned), and if you are, you might find some inspiration this week, when we answer the question:
Amanda Hesser talks about her grandmother's recipe.
We're down with every snug and cozy way of life.