24 Of The Best Face Masks Made By Canadian Brands

Wearing face masks has become the new norm and they’ve become mandatory to wear inside public spaces. If you’re looking to reduce waste and buy a few that can be reworn and washed, you need to know that a handful of Canadian fashion brands have stepped up to the plate and began to manufacture face masks for customers. 

If you’re going to purchase face masks, you might as well shop to support local and Canadian businesses, right? Remember to wear a mask and be considerate of others when social distancing!

Now, here are some of the best face masks made by Canadian brands. 

ai Toronto Seoul

ai Toronto Seoul

Made with Aerosilver antibacterial yarn, this mask can withstand multiple washes, so you can feel good about your purchase. It comes in a medium and large unisex size as well as a size for children. Check out the site to find the measurements that work best for you.

$15 at Ai Toronto Seoul
Arraei

Arraei

These awesome masks are made using sustainable fabrics to lessen any harmful environmental impact manufacturing may have. For every order made at this shop, one mask will be donated to the Downtown Eastside Women’s Center, to a local long-term care home, the Vancouver Police Department, and other local charities. Your purchase will help those in need, how amazing is that?

$15 at Arraei
Mike Paul Atelier

Mike Paul Atelier

Mike Paul Atelier doesn’t mess around when it comes to designing face masks. This high-quality mask is made with premium cotton and tightly woven fabric to ensure you can feel safe while you’re out and about. The top of the mask allows you to mould it to the shape of your nose so that it’s a perfect fit.

$30 at Mike Paul Atelier
TakeCare Supply

TakeCare Supply

Available in a variety of colours, each mask by TakeCare Supply has a pocket that allows you to add in an extra layer of fabric to create a filter. Add in a dryer sheet or coffee filter to optimize this bonus filtration system.

Starting at $15 at TakeCare Supply
Hoi Bo

Hoi Bo

Hoi Bo is all about the extra coverage. This mask covers all the way up to your nose and down to your chin so you can feel secure and safe when wearing it. These face masks are 100% linen and are recommended to hand wash in hot water to get the most use out of them. 

$40 at Hoi Bo
Kaela Kay

Kaela Kay

How absolutely gorgeous is this mask from Kaela Kay? Made out of 100% cotton, it’s created with an extra pocket to insert your own filter for double protection. So not only is this item eye-catching and chic, but it also means business. There are lots of bright and fun patterns available too!

$24 at Kaela Kay
Greta Constantine

Greta Constantine

This fashionable mask by Canadian brand Greta Constantine adds some flare to a regular face mask. It’s breathable and double lined for better protection when out in public.

$55 at Andrews
Plus Guardian

Plus Guardian

Looking for a more heavy-duty mask? Check this one out. Plus Guardian has created a face mask with three layers of cotton and polyester, plus a five-layer PM2.5 filter. This gives you eight layers of protection — very impressive.

$6.99 at Plus Guardian
Roots

Roots

The fan favourite, Roots is making awesome face masks in which a portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Frontline Fund. An additional material pocket is added to the inside as an option for you to include an extra filter. Represent Canada and check out all of the Roots face masks available.

$22 at Roots
Kanuk

Kanuk

Feel safe and protected with a Kanuk face mask. These masks are made with silver thread which is known for its antibacterial properties. They also have an adjustable strap and metal nose clip which makes it possible to alter the mask to the perfect fit for your face. 

$28 at Kanuk
Chloë Angus

Chloë Angus

Looking for a unique mask? Each one of these masks from Chloë Angus is created from 100% ChitoSante fabric, a double layer for an optional filter, and offered in two different sizes. For every mask purchase, Chloë Angus will donate part of the proceeds to the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre. 

$25 at Chloë Angus
Preloved

Preloved

This 3-pack set of masks are made from 100% cotton with adjustable earloops so the mask can fit to perfection and be comfortable to wear.

$39 at Preloved
Horses Atelier

Horses Atelier

Horses Atelier have constructed these masks from its own repurposed fabrics. Each mask has two layers of fabric with elastic ear straps. If you decide to purchase 3 masks for $50, Horses Atelier will donate all of the proceeds to food banks and charities – how amazing is that? While these masks are currently sold out, we’re crossing our fingers for a restock!

$18 at Horses Atelier
UNTTLD

UNTTLD

This stylish mask is made from 100% cotton and has a nose wire to adjust the mask to fit your face comfortably. Adjustable ear straps are a bonus so you can tie it as tight or loose as you like. UNTTLD will donate 10% of sales to The Patricia Mackenzie Pavilion. 

$50.00 at UNTTLD
Ellie Mae

Ellie Mae

This beautiful hand-sewn face mask from Ellie Mae Studios is made from Liberty of London cotton. They also have adjustable ear loops and an added pocket for an optional filter. Coming in a variety of patterns and colours, find one that suits you and rock it!

$25 at Ellie Mae
Mackage

Mackage

Available in a wide variety of colours, the M1 mask by Mackage is made from upcycled material and features a shapeable nose strip, adjustable straps, and extendable nose and chin covers.

$38 at Mackage
Matt & Nat

Matt & Nat

This vegan brand makes a simple and chic mask that is 100% washable soft cotton. It is three-ply and features the words “live beautifully” in small print.

$18 at Matt & Nat
Judith & Charles

Judith & Charles

Canadian womenswear brand Judith & Charles has its own line of masks. Made from Italian premium cotton, the floral print adds a pop to any outfit. There are two prints to choose from and a handful of colours.

$25 at Judith & Charles
Noize

Noize

Step your mask game up a notch with these stylish masks from Noize. The Canadian brand, which is known for its outerwear, sells masks individually ($20) or in packs of two ($35) and four ($65).

Starting at $20 at Noize
Soia & Kyo

Soia & Kyo

Soia & Kyo has two different styles of masks available in its online store: printed and simple. The plain mask is available in four sophisticated colours, while the zebra print is available in two. Both are made from 70% sustainable materials.

$22 at Soia & Kyo
Made For The People

Made For The People

Available in small or regular sizes, the mask has an upper wire that forms to your face for the perfect fit. There’s also built in pocket to add in a filter for an extra layer of protection. Plus, purchase a matching protective pouch for you new mask to keep it clean when it’s not on your face.

$24.99 at Made For The People
Nadia Lloyd

Nadia Lloyd

Nadia Lloyd is a Toronto-based artist who designs face masks in a variety of different original patterns and sizes and you can even customize your own. Most notably, her masks have been seen on the Toronto Raptors and Mayor John Tory.

$25 at Nadia Lloyd
Joseph Tassoni

Joseph Tassoni

Check out the pack of 3 that come in a variety of colours. The Joseph Tassoni mask is made from locally sourced materials to reduce the carbon footprint of production. The best part? With every purchase of a mask, $5 will be donated to the Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington, Ontario to help support frontline workers.

$39.99 at Joseph Tassoni
Olive + Splash

Olive + Splash

Olive + Splash has released a pack of pink masks to support Rethink Breast Cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every mask sold, a donation will be made to Rethink.

$54.99 at Olive + Splash

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