Where to buy Christmas face masks online in Australia
Stay covered while getting into the holiday spirit this year, all thanks to these online retailers.
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Who said COVID-19 has to get in the way of your Christmas celebrations? You can still get in the festive spirit while staying safe.
See the wide variety of holiday-themed face coverings available and which stores allow you to customise your own.
LightInTheBox is a global shopping destination for just about anything. You have to check out the range of Christmas face masks available here.
- 1,000 new items added daily
- Express shipping available (3-5 days)
- 30-day satisfaction guarantee with free returns
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Which of these retailers offer free delivery?
- Etsy: Free delivery on some items
- Amazon: Free shipping on eligible items with an Amazon Prime membership
- AliExpress: Free delivery available on select items
Will a mask protect me from COVID-19?
A face mask will not make you immune to COVID-19, but it can stop particles that are released when you cough or sneeze from travelling too far in the air.
Face masks are also a great reminder to stop touching your face, which the World Health Organization has said is important in preventing the transfer of the virus from surfaces to your nose, eyes or mouth.
Face masks will not stop you from contracting coronavirus and you should continue to adhere to personal hygiene and social distancing recommendations even when wearing one.
How do I safely wear and remove a mask?
According to the World Health Organization, your mask should cover your nose and mouth and leave no gaps around the sides of your face. You should wash or sanitise your hands before and after touching your mask.
When wearing your mask, avoid touching it or taking it off to speak to others. Once you remove your mask, it is advised that you place it in a zip lock bag until you are able to wash it, which you should do after each wear.
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