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Uncommon Goods Is Selling Adorable Kid-Designed Rainbow Face Masks To Support A Good Cause

by Stephanie Kaloi

Face masks are the trend that none of us saw coming, but now that just about anyone and everyone is wearing them, it’s time to talk about all the options that are out there.

After all, it’s pretty fun to coordinate your face masks with your outfits or your interests. Right now, Uncommon Goods is selling adorable kid-designed rainbow face masks and donating 100% of the profits to NYC Health + Hospitals.

The rainbow face masks are sold in sets of two for only $25, which means that you can definitely scoop up quite a few cute options. The site has two options: rainbow face masks that tie and rainbow face masks that have loops that fit over the ears.

The description on the site reads, “After every storm comes a rainbow. But look around, and this time you’ll see them long before it’s over. Kids around the world are painting rainbows to spread cheer — and twelve of them created the ones on these masks. Each has a little label with a big, positive message, like ‘lift others up,’ and ‘keep smiling.’

“Strings and loop attached to the two layers of tightly-woven cotton give a secure, adjustable fit. The set of two lets you wear one and wash one. Uncommon Goods is donating 100% of profits to NYC Health + Hospitals. Choose from three different pairs, each with two designs. Made in New York.”

The masks were designed by 12 kids: Scarlett, age 4; Alex, 8; James, 6; Madison, 10; Poppy, 7; Theo, 3; James, 1 year and 4 months; Boden, 10; Bennett, 11; Bryson, 10; Mallory, 7 ½; and Jordanna, 11.