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Reiss to donate profits from new reusable face masks to NHS

Tom Shearsmith
19 June 2020

British retailer Reiss has announced the launch of reusable non-medical face masks, available to purchase in reopened UK stores and online globally, with profits from each sale donated to NHS Charities Together.

This is the latest initiative the brand has embarked upon to continue to support the NHS throughout these unprecedented times.

Crafted in a lightweight, breathable fabric that feels comfortable on the skin, the non-medical mask is unisex in style and features adjustable ear loops to fit all face shapes and sizes.

Constructed with four layers of a silk-blend fabric, it can be reused up to 100 times before disposal.

Sold in sealed packaging for customer safety, each mask costs £20 and comes with a resealable plastic pouch to transport.


The reusable face masks are not classified as personal protective equipment (PPE) and are intended as a face covering in public settings when social distancing is difficult to maintain.

Launching online today, Friday 19 June 2020, and in reopened UK stores from tomorrow, Saturday 20 June 2020.

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