These Hooded Face Shields For Kids Keep Them From Touching Their Face

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While my kids don’t mind wearing their masks (thankfully!), my youngest tends to touch his mask a lot. A face shield can help with this, while also adding a layer of protection.

But how do you get your kids on board with a face shield? Make it as adorable as possible!

These adorable hood/face shield combos are available on Etsy. Source: Etsy/Gizda

Etsy shop owner Gizda makes face shields with cotton hoods. Those hoods have little ears, so that it’s like a costume and face shield all in one! The hoods are zipped on to the face shield, which means they offer 360-degree protection, especially when paired with a mask or bandanna as a face covering.

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Since the hood is zipped on, you can easily remove the hood, if you want. This also makes it easier to wash and clean both the hood and the shield — so it’s all reusable! The hood can be hand or machine washed in hot water (maximum 104-degree Fahrenheit). As for the shield, simply wash with warm soapy water and a soft cloth — easy peasy!

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But what about comfort? The hood is super cute and all, but I don’t know about you but my kids insist on being comfortable with whatever they wear — whether it be their shirt or a face shield.

Gizda designed the face shield and hood with comfort in mind; for one, there are two adjustable belts so that the shield and hood fit just right.

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This particular hood/face shield combo from Gizda is available for kids age 3-7 for a price of $49.37 each.

Current color options (for the hood) include gray, white, or beige.

You can get your hooded face shield mask here.

Source: Etsy/Gizda

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