More Than Beauty & Fashion: These Brands Are Trying to Stop the Spread of COVID-19

Last updated on: 2020


Three months ago, COVID-19 entered the states and disrupted life as we knew it. Who could forget the frenzy of shoppers wiping out the shelves at the grocery stores, and the extreme panic over running out of toilet paper? Supplies we never thought twice about like hand sanitizers and reusable face masks were suddenly out of stock everywhere when we needed it most.

Throughout the last few months, many beauty and fashion brands started making hand sanitizers and reusable masks to help their customers. Now that the economy is beginning to reopen in the United States, these items are still essential for those trying to return to a more familiar lifestyle.

If you need hand sanitizer or reusable masks, check out these brands!

According to the World Health Organization, if you are not able to wash your hands with soap and water, an alcohol-based hand sanitizer can also help protect against infection.

More Than Beauty & Fashion: These Brands Are Trying to Stop the Spread of COVID-19

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Malibu C

Known for removing impurities from hair and skin with their wellness products, Malibu C quickly acted and repurposed its resources to launch the Cur8 Hand Sanitizer. Malibu C’s CUR8 Hand Sanitizer kills bacteria without drying out your skin. It also comes in various sizes so you can feel protected wherever you go.

Dr. Jennifer Walden Skincare & Supplements

Following the launch of her new physician-grade skincare and supplement line, Dr. Jennifer Walden, an aesthetic plastic surgeon, released various kinds of sanitizers and personal protection gear. Find gel sanitizers, wipes, surface sprays, and masks on her site. Also, for every bottle of Instant Hand Sanitizer Gel and Instant Hand & Surface Spray Sanitizer purchased, she will donate one to first responders and frontline healthcare workers.


You can also find hand sanitizer from the leading brand in Korean beauty, TonyMoly! Its  61.5% Alcohol Derma MasterLab Sanitizing Spray is for your hands and surfaces! It includes Centella Asiatica in its ingredients to help soothe irritated skin and keep hands, of course, germ-free.

The World Health Organization recently put out these guidelines on wearing face masks. If we’re going to wear a mask, let make staying safe stylish!

More Than Beauty & Fashion: These Brands Are Trying to Stop the Spread of COVID-19

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Dippin’ Daisy’s Swimwear

Ranging from $10-15, Dippin’ Daisy’s Swimwear has a large variety of masks made from leftover swimwear fabric. These masks come in all kinds of trendy designs fit for every fashionista. Dippin’ Daisy’s Swimwear also donates a mask to first responders for every mask sold.


Madewell is another fashion brand using leftover fabric to help keep communities safe. On their site, you can find cotton, non-medical masks with various patterns and designs. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, Madewell and J. Crew have donated over 75,000 single-use masks to Montefiore Medical Center in New York.

Outdoor Voices

Outdoor Voices makes clothing and accessories for those looking to get active. From legging, shorts, and now face masks. For $25, you can purchase a five-pack of OV Masks, and 100% of the proceeds will go to Masks for the People.

To all our beauties, stay safe and stay healthy. If you know about any more brands selling reusable face masks or hand sanitizers, please share it with us in the comments. Let’s work together to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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