With the announcement of WA’s five-day hard lockdown, you wouldn’t be alone if you were scrambling around looking for somewhere to pick up face masks. We’ve compiled a list of online retailers selling reusable face masks in Perth that will keep you safe and comfortable, and are good to have on hand (and face) if we ever need to go into lockdown again. We recommend calling ahead before visiting stores to check if they have masks in stock.


BONDS face masks come with both Viroblock and X-Temp which guarantee comfort as well as protection. X-Temp is meant to regulate heating and cooling for easy breathing and Viroblock helps to increase barrier protection for that extra layer of peace of mind. At the moment, you can only shop online.


Gorman’s colourful face masks are a fashionable way to stay safe when leaving the house. The reusable cotton masks are easily disinfected through the washing machine and come with a single-use nano meltblown fabric filter. You can check out the range here.

Clothing the Gap

Producing merchandise and textiles, Clothing the Gap is a Victorian Aboriginal-owned fashion label managed alongside health professionals that celebrates Aboriginal people and culture. The brand currently has 3-ply face masks on sale on their website with proceeds going towards programs to aid social development. Find them here.


With a stock of cute face masks that will help discourage you from touching your face, Sportsgirl’s 100% double-layered cotton face masks will keep you safe if you need to leave the house. Alternatively, they sell a variety of bandanas that can be used as a face mask now, and as a hair piece later. You can grab them online here.

The Iconic

Offering a huge range of face masks on their site, The Iconic has a selection that helps make wearing a mask a bit easier (and more stylish). With options for different colours, fabrics and patterns available, you can find silk masks with cotton inlays for sensitive skin, or anti-pollution respirator masks for users with breathing issues. Browse The Iconic’s range of masks here.


A boutique known for their quirky homewares and furniture, Ishka also has an assortment of face masks that include embroidered and tie-dyed options. The website currently lists the masks on sale with assorted packs of five patterned masks. Have a peruse online here.



Known for their outdoor wear and gear, Kathmandu is a trusted brand if you’re looking for good quality clothing. Their cotton face mask offers the same level of quality, reinforced with Polygiene ViralOff that reduces up to 99% of viruses on treated textiles. Kathmandu also partners with the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) which works against unsustainable production by ensuring an ethical standard for the sourcing and growing of cotton export, so this is one of the more eco-friendly spots to get face masks in Perth. You can also shop online with both delivery or in-store pickup available.


Selling masks in a variety of colours and styles from tartan patterns to graphic text, Dangerfield offers reusable double-layered masks that are 100% cotton with single-use nano meltdown filters making up the inlay. The variety of masks are easy to disinfect and come with adjustable straps for appropriate use, making it easy to fit the mask to your face without trying it on in-store. You can find them online here.

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