Wearing a face mask in Australia is becoming the new norm following announcements from the Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews who has made mask wearing compulsory, and NSW residents being "strongly encouraged" to follow suit.
And while it has been a hugely difficult time for most, women-run small businesses have had the chance to find a new niche.
So here at Mamamia, we've compiled a list of our favourite women-owned mask makers, so you can support Aussie small businesses when making your essential purchase.
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Masks for Change is an approved charity partner of Reach Out Australia (a mental health charity for young adults and their parents), with $1 from every mask sale being donated to them.
All masks are triple layered, professionally made and come in a range of options, include elastic/fabric ties and filter pockets.
Yarli Creative is a indigenous-run lady start up created by 29-year-old Madison Connors, a Yorta Yorta, Dja Dja Wurrung and Gamilaroi woman.