Face masks are a must-have item in Hong Kong and we have found several local brands that design fashionable reusable masks to stand-out in the crowd and to stay safe during the pandemic. Discover our selection of washable masks with unique patterns for women, men and children, but also using various fabric like silk, satin or even bamboo.
For a fashion mask designed with both sustainability and style in mind, you can find the reusable feat.MASKs. Their comfortable masks are breathable and absorb moisture, which is essential with the humidity in Hong Kong. All while giving you a range of funky patterns and designs! Masks come with an eco-friendly wash bags.
Cost: Between HK$ 100 and HK$ 200.
Hong Kong’s first zero waste bulk store also stocks the Saupei Reusable Cotton Mask. With fresh summery designs, you can venture out for your brunches or junk parties and still feel fashionable.
Cost: HK$ 98 per mask, a filter can be purchased separately for HK$ 10.
Green Sisters, a Hong Kong based holistic health and skin care brand, launched their high quality Japanese medi fabric reusable masks. With 99% BFE (bacterial filtration efficiency) and 97% PFE (particle filtration efficiency), masks have both functionality and style. They come in a range of colours to suit your style.
Cost: HK$ 148.
The gorgeous pastel colours are not the only thing special about the Bamboa reusable masks. Just like everything else in the store, they are made from 100% organic bamboo fibre, the first in the market. These silky smooth and breathable masks are hand sewn by Hong Kong tailors.
Cost: HK$ 130.
To stand out in any party, you need Miss Modern’s silk-satin reusable masks! Coming in gorgeous colours, paterns, and of course, beautiful silky fabric, they can add a flair to any outfit. They come with filters, which makes these masks easier to wear.
Cost: HK$ 165.
Nanokit is a Hong Kong based company, which is known for their minimalist masks with maximum protection. They have a customizable fit and multi-layer filter technology. Simple and comfortable.
Cost: Between HK$ 150 and HK$ 200 for two masks.
A Hong Kong based artist, Roong started her business in 2013, creating artwork related to this unique place, and its Chinese culture. Since the pandemic, she has also started to design beautiful masks which reflect a variety of scenes : Chinese opera, tramways, flowers, bamboos, Hong Kong snacks… They can be reused, washed and have space for a filter.
Cost: HK$ 68.
Aveita is a small, Hong Kong based, woman owned business that aimed to provide the whole family with a range of comfortable, breathable, anti-bacterial and sustainable face masks. Their bright, bold coloured masks are proven 99.9% anti-bacterial for 30 washes. Lots of sizes available for the whole family.
Cost: HK$ 100.