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Reusable Face Masks 3/$10.98 on Amazon (Breathing Valves & Filters)

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Through October 5th, hop on over to Amazon where you can snag this HMIAO 3 Pack Face Masks with Breathing Valve and 6 PM2.5 Activated Carbon Filters for only $10.98 (regularly $21.96) when you use promo code SRBJPAXC at checkout! That’s just $3.66 per face mask!

These cotton face masks feature adjustable ear straps and nose bridges so you can customize your best fit. Each mask has a breathing valve which makes it easier to breathe by allowing air in while keeping moisture out. Plus, this pack comes with six PM2.5 activated charcoal filters that can last up to 1 week each!

Here’s the deal…

HMIAO 3 Pack Face Masks with Breathing Valve and 6 PM2.5 Activated Carbon Filters

HMIAO 3 Pack Face Masks with Breathing Valve and 6 PM2.5 Activated Carbon Filters $21.96
Use promo code SRBJPAXC at checkout
Final cost $10.98 – that’s just $3.66 per face mask!


HMIAO Face Masks with Breathing Valve and 6 PM2.5 Activated Carbon Filters

The reviews are awesome for these masks! Check these out…

I love these masks. They are lightweight, comfortable, thick enough, and have a very good stretch. Having the option to adjust the ear straps is absolutely major. The carbon filters are very easy to insert. They wash nicely and hold their shape. I dislike having to wear the mask but want to be safe of course so I am extremely pleased with these.


Very affordable and provides way more protection than my homemade mask. The ability to change filters is a great feature, as well as the adjustable ear loops. I also appreciate how many masks came with this pack for how much money I spent. It’s quite economical and allowed me to give one away and still have a backup for myself.

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  1. Laurie

    Are these made in China? Looked at a couple reviews. Very slow delivery. So I would think maybe??

  2. EmmaMom

    Just a heads up for anyone looking to buy these, lots of places don’t allow masks with valves because the valves are designed to open as you exhale, meaning if you potentially are infected, the mask would offer no protection from releasing the virus into the air. If using a filter to prevent this, the filter would get in the way of the valve’s full function anyway, so it doesn’t make it any easier to breathe than a regular mask. My work has banned all masks with a valve.

    • Doug

      Yep, the valve opens to allow air out when your exhale and actually disperses the air much more forcibly. These are really designed to protect the wearer from vapors like paint fumes, etc.

      • Lisha

        I’ve heard this as well.

    • molly

      Thanks for posting this. Yes, my child’s school won’t allow masks with valves, and I’ve seen a number of businesses refusing them as well. Good FYI before buying.

    • Irene (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the heads up, EmmaMom. It’s always great when our community shares information with one another!

      • Lisha

        So true. We thank you for posting the deals as well as providing the platform to use.

    • Sue

      I’m seeing the same thing where I live. Many businesses now have signs up showing the type of mask allowed in their building – and these are on the “no” list.

  3. dealzgurl

    Oh I hadn’t heard about the issue with valves. Appreciate the feedback as I was about to purchase and tell my friends and family about it as well.

  4. podvintage

    Hospital’s and doctor’s offices will not allow the use of these as well.

  5. Wendy

    These masks are TERRIBLE, we ordered them and the valves do not actually have a function AND they fall out as well, they have fallen out of every one we purchased, don’t waste your money

    • Irene (Hip Sidekick)

      Yikes, Wendy. Sorry to hear that your experience wasn’t positive. Thanks for your response and taking the time to comment.

  6. Olivia

    About the valve masks from the CDC. “The purpose of masks is to keep respiratory droplets from reaching others to aid with source control,” the agency’s guidance reads. “However, masks with one-way valves or vents allow air to be exhaled through a hole in the material, which can result in expelled respiratory droplets that can reach others. This type of mask does not prevent the person wearing the mask from transmitting COVID-19 to others.“

    • Maya

      Exactly!! This is why H2S should reconsider posting ads for masks with valves. They don’t protect others and we are all in this together 🙂

      • renee

        Yes! I’m actually kind of confused as to why it continues to be reposted. I really thought the last time it was posted would be the last time it was posted, because of this.

        • Chantel

          The reason that it keeps getting posted is because Hip2save is getting paid to push these masks. This site used to post deals and would happily post things that readers had found. Now it is almost always lifestyle hacks and paid promotions. Sadly in this case Hip2save is taking money to push a product they know is a waste of money and potentially hazardous. Pretty disappointing.

          • renee

            Ouch! I wasn’t really thinking anything like that, Chantel. I just thought maybe it was an oversight or something. Like I said, I was a bit confused.

            It occurred to me later that I can see how this might be a good deal for someone who wants to use them for purposes other than Covid-19. As Doug posted on September 22, ” These are really designed to protect the wearer from vapors like paint fumes, etc.” And, people still have a need for things like that.

            But, in the midst of this pandemic, I would feel better if H2S included a disclaimer in the post that made it clear that these do not provide protection for Covid-19. I think something like what Olivia posted today about the CDC statement should be in bold, somewhere at the beginning of the post.

          • Kate

            I feel similarly. Too many paid posts now, and WAY too few awesomely goofy videos of Collin at Target. (That might be pandemic related, though.)

  7. gerlyn

    Walt DISNEY World will not allow you to use this type. Went this past weekend & they stop & ask if you have another type or they’ll issue one that’s got the pleats.

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