- Looking for face masks on Amazon? You’ve come to the right place because the retailer’s two best-selling mask brands are both back in stock right now and prices start at just 50¢ each.
- Amazon also has tons of hand sanitizer from top brands like Purell, Wish, MedEx, and Germ-x, so you can rest assured that you have the most effective sanitizer available.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: the CDC makes it very clear on its website that EVERYONE should be wearing a mask right now anytime they have to leave their homes. That said, you don’t need NIOSH-approved N95 respirators to walk around your local supermarket, so don’t run over to Craigslist and cough up $20 per mask to scammers who are shamelessly price gouging while taking away from N95 inventory that should be made available to hospitals.
All you really need for regular everyday use is a decent multi-layer face mask like the #1 best-selling Jointown 3-layer face masks that are back in stock at Amazon and on sale right now for just 50¢ each when you clip the coupon on the product page. As long as you practice strict social distancing as well as good hygiene, which is just as important, these masks will do a fantastic job of protecting you. That’s why they’re Amazon’s best-sellers and that’s why tens of thousands of our readers have bought them over the past couple of weeks.
In addition to those masks, Amazon also has its best-selling KN95 masks also back in stock today at the best price we’ve seen in a long time. They’re MagiCare KN95 face masks and they cost just $1.40 each when you buy a 20-count box. That’s a great price that’s a huge discount from the normal price of $70, and these masks are perfect for extra protection in higher-risk situations like on public transportation, an airplane, a doctor’s office, or the hospital. You can also get Wenime KN95 face masks that have been flying off the shelves lately for just $3.40 each thanks to a slight discount.
Everyone knows about social distancing these days, but what exactly constitutes good hygiene in the age of the novel coronavirus? Long story short, you need to wash your hands every time you touch any surface while in public. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a doctor’s office, a supermarket, or anywhere else.
Using soap and water isn’t exactly practical, of course, so you’re going to need hand sanitizer and it’s still impossible to find top brands in supermarkets and drug stores. Lucky for you, Amazon has some fantastic options that are back in stock. First, you can actually get genuine Purell hand sanitizer on Amazon if you hurry, though prices are a bit high. If you want something that uses the exact same formulation but offers much better value, check out MedEx hand sanitizer. It’s just as good as Purell and it’s from a trusted brand that’s sold in big stores like Whole Foods, CVS, Costco, and 7-Eleven
In addition to those sanitizer options, you’ll also find Wish Ultra Hand Sanitizer refill packs in stock for just $10.88 per 33.8-ounce refill. Use them to refill any bottles you already have with 70% alcohol sanitizer from this top brand — plus it smells like watermelon! Fishbowls full of 36 pocket-size bottles of Wish sanitizer are in stock at a discount as well. Germ-x hand sanitizer 48-packs are in stock right now if you hurry, but they’ll definitely sell out soon. And last but not least, you can get huge 67.6-ounce bottles of Solimo hand sanitizer for just $11.99. For those unaware, that’s Amazon’s own brand.
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