Where to buy face masks made in the UK | UK made masks

Here’s a list of online retailers that sell face masks manufactured on home soil.

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It is now mandatory to wear a face covering on public transport and in shops in England. Face coverings will be compulsory in more indoor spaces from 8 August including cinemas, museums and places of worship. Full advice on our masks hub here.

Some sellers will charge prices far above the average, also known as “price gouging”. We encourage consumers to compare options before making a purchasing decision.

Top in-stock picks of face masks made in the UK November 2020

Cotton face mask - Handmade in the UK - £4.50

Cotton face mask - Handmade in the UK - £4.50 from Etsy

These fabric face masks are made in the UK from double layer fabric with soft elastic ear loops and are available in several colours.
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Liberty face mask with free filter - Made in the UK

Liberty face mask with free filter - Made in the UK from Etsy

This reusable face covering is made in the UK from high quality 100% cotton in a variety of patterns.
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In the case of COVID-19, the World Health Organization has recently changed its advice on whether people should wear masks. The advice now is that masks should be worn in public places where social distancing is not possible to help stop the spread of coronavirus.

The UK government has also enforced the wearing of face coverings where social distancing cannot be maintained. This includes in shops, cinemas, galleries, museums, places of worship and on public transport. These rules only apply to England. As devolved nations, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have announced their own policies related to face coverings.

Where to buy face masks made in the UK online

1. Etsy
Looking for cool, unique styles made by British designers? Shop Etsy.

Whether it's sequins, block prints or plain black face coverings you're after, Etsy is the site for you.

  • Delivery dependant on seller
  • Returns policy subject to seller
  • Range of British designers

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2. eBay
Get your hands on UK made face masks from eBay.

Keep yourself safe with a range of UK made face masks at eBay.

  • Returns subject to seller
  • Delivery dependant on seller
  • Great prices

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3. Not on the High Street
For something completely different, browse Not on the High Street.

Cotton, reusable face coverings made in the UK are in abundance at Not on the High Street.

  • Delivery and returns subject to seller
  • British designs
  • Discounts often available

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4. Masks UK
Shop Masks UK for (you guessed it) UK made masks.

For a range of British cotton masks, browse the collection online at Masks UK.

  • Competitive prices
  • Range of colours
  • UK made

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5. Amazon
Get you and your family UK made masks at Amazon.

Whether you're going to the shops or jumping on a train, wear a mask made in the UK sold online at Amazon.

  • Delivery and returns subject to seller
  • Competitive prices
  • Some masks made in the UK

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What other stores sell face masks made in the UK?

  • Smug
  • Van Buck
  • Rew Clothing
  • English Fine Cottons
  • Chilli
  • United Overalls Masks
  • Mars Face Masks
  • Deakin & Blue

How can you tell if a face mask is made in the UK?

  • Search for the term “Made In” in the description or image. Brands often include where its items are made or manufactured in the product description. If it doesn’t, take a look at the image and see if you can suss out a tag that declares where it’s made.
  • Check the “About Us” section. Reading the brand’s story can tell you a lot about the manufacturer, including where its items are designed and created.
  • Contact the brand. Still can’t figure it out? Hit the “Live Chat”, “Contact Us” or social buttons and ask them personally.

Why buy UK made masks?

Many UK companies are going through a tough time due to the pandemic, and to make ends meet, they’ve pivoted to create items that are in high demand.

For textile brands, this has come in the form of face masks.

By purchasing UK made masks, you’ll be keeping these businesses afloat and their staff employed.

Buying masks that are made in the UK means you’ll likely receive them faster than if you purchased them from overseas. Plus, many local brands offer the option to have your mask custom made, so you can style it to suit your personality.

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