Make sure your mask fits properly.

Alex Loh
June 30, 2020
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As many states ease their coronavirus-related restrictions, it's important to continue to wear a face mask in public spaces. While wearing a mask can help slow the spread of coronavirus, it's not the most comfortable accessory. Masks can come with lots of issues, from fogging up glasses to slipping off your nose, and finding the right fit can be difficult. Luckily, these face masks from Baggu are the perfect solution to many mask woes.

These colorful, reusable masks come with an adjustable nose wire so you can ensure the mask will stay securely on your face (buy a pack: Baggu, $32). The masks are made from 100% Kona quilter's cotton, which was chosen, "because its tight weave and thick thread are effective at blocking respiratory droplets while remaining breathable and comfortable to wear," according to the Baggu website. The masks also come with adjustable straps so you can tie the mask tightly to your face. The masks are sold in a 3-pack, so you'll always have one on hand when the others are in the wash. (Learn how to clean your reusable face mask.)

In addition to the adjustable straps, each mask has a pocket so you can insert a filter. You can choose from multiple color options like the peach and maroon Sunset set or the green and purple Meadow set (buy them: Baggu, $32). If you want a more subtle color palette, the tan and brown Dune set would be a great choice (buy it, Baggu $32).

And for every pack sold, Baggu will donate a pack of surgical masks to health care workers through Masks4Medicine. Wearing a face mask is an easy way to protect yourself and others from the novel coronavirus. You never know how this simple act of kindness could help those around you.

The information in this story is accurate as of press time. However, as the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to evolve, it's possible that some data have changed since publication. While EatingWell is trying to keep our stories as up-to-date as possible, we also encourage readers to stay informed on news and recommendations for their own communities by using the CDC , WHO and their local public health department as resources.