This Black-owned brand makes comfortable and breathable face masks for the entire family — and they're now at Nordstrom
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Among the measures taken over the course of 2020 to reduce the spread of COVID-19, wearing a mask tops that list. According to the CDC, the latest scientific evidence confirms that "fabric coverings are a critical tool in the fight against COVID-19".
With this in mind, several brands and retailers (both small and large retailers) have made their fair share of cloth masks. However, as most of us have learned, they are not all created equal.
After trying a handful for myself, I found that Black brand Henry face masks are by far the most comfortable, stylish, and durable options I've worn to date. In addition, my glasses rarely fog up when I wear them for long periods of time. And the celebrity face masks loved by celebrities are now available at Nordstrom!
Business: Henry Adult Pleated Washable and Reusable Face Mask, $ 15.50
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Henry's pleated, non-woven face masks are available in a variety of colors and patterns and have a three-layer structure. They are both washable and reusable.
To avoid movement or fit issues, each mask comes with an additional back strap to ensure a snug and comfortable fit. The packaging is also top notch. Each mask comes individually in a thick, sealed pouch for storage when the mask is not in use. The bag also fits in any handbag or even in your pocket.
These masks have been my preferred mask for two months because they are not only comfortable to wear for long periods of time, but are also easy on the eyes and seamlessly cover my nose without moving.
My glasses also usually stop and don't slide off my face when I wear them over these masks.
Photo credit: Moriba Cummings / In The Know
Fellow In The Know Commerce editor Ari Bines is also a fan of these black ownership masks and appreciates the versatility of the mask, which suits the comfort level of the wearer.
"The masks make me breathe better," she said. “This is the mask I get every time I go to the grocery store. You can wear it in three different ways so that it doesn't pull on your ears. "
Bines also said that these masks do not cause friction when wearing products underneath to target "Maskne".
"When Maskne is walking around, it holds my Masquebar Shield & Soothe Hydrogel PSA face mask perfectly," she added.
Henry was co-founded by the famous tailor Patrick Henry (known professionally as "Fresh"), who has been in the luxury tailoring industry for over a decade.
Almost immediately after Henry launched, COVID-19 hit new highs in the US and the masks became a celebrity favorite and were worn by Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Karrueche Tran, Russell Westbrook, and others.
The brand not only offers a stylish and comfortable face mask, but also helps to give something back to those in need. For every mask sold, one will be donated to healthcare workers and families in need.
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