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Molly Geoghegan

July 17, 2020

Irish-made, ethically-sourced face masks that *aren’t* hideous

Irish-made, ethically-sourced face masks that *aren’t* hideous

Molly Geoghegan

July 17, 2020
Sure, wearing face masks feels weird, but they’re necessary. Good thing we’ve made a list of Irish-made options that actually look half-decent on.

Moon Mood 

Co. Clare-based Moon Mood is restocking their mask supply daily and offer several sizes for kids, teens, and adults. Using natural dyes and Irish materials, 10% of proceeds will go to Clarehaven, a charity supporting women and children experiencing domestic abuse.

Irish Linen House

100% Irish linen, these masks look so comfy, they might even make you forget we’re in the middle of pandemic. Various colors and men and women’s sizes available. 

We Make Good 

One mask for you, one for Direct Provision. These masks are ‘social enterprise-made’, with each purchase providing employment for women from a refugee background

Zoe Carol

100% Irish linen, Zoe Carol’s reversible and classy looking masks will keep you safe and keep her Kilkenny business going. Available in mixed size packs. 

The Travel Mask

Naturally sourced, antimicrobial linen face mask for surface-to-face anti-contamination. The nose piece is a nice addition as masks become part of our everyday lives. 

NimCake

Niamh McCabe brings us handmade, reusable, washable masks with organic materials and natural dyes. Gorgeous fabrics. Fun design. 15% of proceeds will go to the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre.

Natalie B Coleman

These are absolutely stunning pleated 100% Silk Taffeta with 2 layers, including a pocket to add a filter. Choose between tie strap or elastic. Portion of proceeds supporting Women’s Aid. 

Irish Linen Properties

The linen company has delivered its own sustainable masks at an affordable price. Also on their site is a sizing guide if you’re buying for more than one face to cover!

Face It

Ireland’s Eye Knitwear team was quick to adjust their business and adapted for a pandemic; calling for us all to ‘mask up and face it together.’