Masks for kids in Singapore


Remember the good old times when we only needed face masks for the occasional haze? Now that Covid-19 is still on the prowl, face masks are needed for everyone in the family – including children. Not sure where to get reusable kid-sized masks? Here are 11 online stores in Singapore where you can get masks made for kids.

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1. Independent Market – $7.60 off a set of 4


Kids Mask - independent marketImage credit: @independentmarketsg 

Wearing masks can be quite dreadful, even for adults. One way to make it more exciting for kids is to get masks with a fun print! You’ll be surprised at how quickly children take a liking to things that are visually interesting. 

This set by Independent Market comes with four kid-sized reusable masks with designs of your choosing. Go wild choosing between designs like dinosaurs, cats, rockets and unicorns.

The masks also come with pockets for you to insert your own filters for more protection. The filters need not be pricey – you can use anything from a folded surgical mask to a paper towel.

Note that delivery will set you back $5, but you can opt for self-collection at the Independent Market stores in Holland Village or Tanglin. 

Price: $7.60 off a bundle of four masks
Shipping fee: $5

Independent Market Website


2. Marvelous Works – Support a social enterprise


Marvelous Works 11 Online Stores With Toddler & Kids Masks In Singapore, To Get Your Child The Perfect Fit
Image credit: @marvelousworkssg

As a certified social enterprise, Marvelous Works offers work and income to single mums and women from underprivileged backgrounds. In this Covid-19 season, the enterprise is also selling homemade reusable face mask sleeves for kids and adults. 

The 3D shape and the use of 100% cotton allow for breathability so your kids can run around in them with no issue. But before you let them run outdoors, remember to insert a filter! The website recommends non-woven materials, surgical masks, nappy liners, dried up wet tissue and kitchen towels. 

To coax your kids into wearing it, consider getting a matching one for yourself. It’ll make for a good family picture and make the $4 delivery fee well worth it. 

Price: $10-15 each
Shipping fee: $4

Marvelous Works Website


3. And Sew She Did – Customisable prints


Kids Masks - and sew she did
Image adapted from: And Sew She Did

Parents know that children can be extremely fickle-minded – your child might love Peppa Pig one day and cry for a Pokemon plushie the next. In spite of that, finding the perfect face mask won’t be a problem with And Sew She Did

Ordering is easy – simply take a screenshot of a print your child likes and submit it over Facebook. Include information about the size you want and your mailing address and voila, a specially customised face mask is yours. Each mask has two  layers of cotton with a slot for your own filter.  

Price: $7 each
Shipping fee: $3.20

And Sew She Did Website


4. Sea Apple – Matching apparel and masks


sea appleKids’ masks come in a variety of  designs
Image credit: @seaappleshop

If you find yourself eyeing clothes from Sea Apple on most occasions, you should know that they also stock children’s masks in the depths of their online catalogue as well. There isn’t a tab marked out for masks, but you’ll pull up the options by typing “mask” in the search bar. You’ll also be able to find clothes in the same fabric as the mask that tickles your fancy.

These masks start from $10 and come in dainty, understated designs such as cream plaid, pastel stripes and floral. The masks are also 100% cotton and machine washable and come with a pocket so you can insert a filter easily.

Price: $10-$12 each
Shipping fee: $1 with Singpost postage

Sea Apple Website


5. CYC Made to Measure – masks from local tailors with N95 hydrophobic filter


Face Masks - CYC tailor
Image credit: @cyctailor

From the same people who tailor shirts, suits and blazers come reusable face masks made from Egyptian cotton fabric. The good thing about this mask is that each one comes with a N95 hydrophobic filter insert, so you don’t have to source for your own filters. 

CYC Made to Measure Kids11 Online Stores To Get Toddler & Kids Masks In Singapore Masks -
Image credit: CYC Tailor

Their collection of over 30 mask designs come in child-friendly sizes and are made with premium Egyptian cotton fabric with adjustable earloops for a snug fit. Each mask comes with a filter which is also washable, but it’s recommended that you discard the filter after 10-15 washes. If you run out, you can easily get a 25-piece pack of filter refills from them at $6.25

Price: $16 (U.P. $20) each
Shipping fee: $3.20, or free self-collection from Bendemeer office.

CYC Tailor Website


6. The Cotton Shoppe – soft Japanese fabric with free normal postage


Kids Masks - the cotton shoppeImage credit: @the_cotton_shoppe

The adorable prints on these reusable face masks are to die for, and will match any toddler equipment you bring out. It’s not by chance, as The Cotton Shoppe specialises in making baby and toddler products from onsies to bibs. 

The kids’ face masks are handmade with 100% Japanese fabric which is extra soft yet extra sturdy. This breathable material keeps the kids happy, while the back slots keep the filters you insert firmly in place. 

Only a few pieces of each design is made, so get your hands on the cutest ones before it’s too late! 

Price: $15 each
Shipping fee: Free normal mailing within Singapore

The Cotton Shoppe Website


7. The Last Straw – receive within 2 days


The Last Straw 11 Online Stores To Get Toddler & Kids Masks In Singapore
Image credit: The Last Straw

If you want to get your kids protected as quickly as possible, The Last Straw will get face masks to you for free under a week. The kid-sized masks retail for $6.90 each with free mailing, but you can add $4.50 to get it within two days. 

It comes fast, but rest assured it doesn’t skimp on quality. Each mask is made with three layers of cotton with a filter inside. There’s only one size, but it comes with adjustable ear loop straps for a snug fit. To wash, simply use regular soap and hang it to dry. 

There are no fancy designs to choose from, but you can pick either blue or green. Consider buying both if you expect to go out a lot – that way, you can use and wash each one on alternate days. 

Price: $12 for two pieces
Shipping fee: Free normal mailing within Singapore

The Last Straw Website


8. Olive Ankara – 10% of proceeds go to local charities


Kids Mask - olive ankara
Image credit: @oliveankara

These handmade face masks are brightly coloured with Olive Ankara’s signature tribal designs, all fully reversible and washable. While the fabric mask itself isn’t resistant to bacteria, you can easily slot an adult-sized surgical mask inside to fix that.

Choose from an array of cotton wax prints, each upcycled from leftover material from their clothing line. Moreover, 10% of the revenue collected will be donated to local charities helping migrant workers and people in need – so you’ll be getting your kids protected and helping the less fortunate while at it. 

Price: $19 each
Shipping fee: Free shipping within Singapore

Olive Ankara Website


9. Hiro and Jack – 5-ply kids’ masks


Kids Masks - hiro and jack
Image credit: Hiro and Jack

Unlike other fabric masks, the kids’ masks from Hiro and Jack have five layers. The innermost and outer layers are cotton, with two additional water resistant layers on top of another N95 layer. These layers make this reusable mask akin to a N95 one – meaning you don’t have to insert any more filters for the same level of protection.

Hiro and Jack Mask

Image credit: Hiro and Jack

It’s recommended that you wash this mask daily, so get more than 1 per child if you need to send your kids to childcare everyday. You can pick different designs, with 6 to choose from at $26.90 each. To keep track of whose mask is whose, top up $5 for a custom name print

Price: $26.90-$29.90 each
Shipping fee: Free normal mailing within Singapore

Hiro and Jack Website


10. Copper Line – made in Korea


CopperLine
Image credit: @copperline.official

Apart from blessing us with K-pop and kimchi, it seems Korea is bringing us face masks too. Copper Line, for one, is a Korean face mask brand with patented “copper fabric”. It’s said that this has antibacterial and self-sterilising functions – something more than welcome in this season. 

Kids aged three to seven years old will benefit from the size XS masks, while parents can get the M or L sized ones. The masks are dust-proof, protect against UV rays and last for an unlimited number of washes, justifying the price point of over $40

They’re currently available on Krisshop for $41.31, or 5,163 miles excluding GST. Alternatively, you can get them on Lazada at $45.90 each.

Price: $41.31 each
Shipping fee: $6

Order CopperLine via the KrisShop Website


11. Le Petit Society – personalised masks from $6


Le Petit Society – personalised masks from $6
Image credit: Le Petit Society

As parents, we love to slap a label on everything our children own – especially when they’re school-going children who easily misplace things. You can now opt for personalisation of your little one’s mask when you buy Le Petit Society’s kids mask range.

There are plenty of masks to choose from, from checks and stripes to floral patterns, and personalisation comes at a small price of $6 on top of the base price of a mask (now $6, U.P. $10). Masks are also made of breathable cotton and comprise a filter slot for extra protection.

Price: $6
Shipping fee: $5.50 for standard shipping, $20 for express shipping, or free self-collection.

Le Petit Society Website


Where to buy face masks for kids


Even though the legal age of mask-wearing in Singapore is above the age of six, if you’re a parent, you might still want to go the extra mile to protect your little ones. Getting children to wear and keep their masks on is no easy feat, but with these kid-friendly masks in the right colours and fit, you can make this transition much easier for your little ones. 

It’s a tough change, but with Reusable masks can also be stored for a long time, so invest now and you’ll always be prepared for the future.

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Originally published on 12th May 2020 by Jacinth Chia. Last updated by Kimberly Wong on 12th June 2021.
Cover image adapted from: (Clockwise) @oliveankara,
@seaappleshop, @the_cotton_shoppe