Light-Up Christmas Face Masks Are a Thing
Someone go back to Christmas 2019 and warn people of what the future holds.
I was minding my own business scrolling through Facebook when an ad popped up in my timeline trying to sell me a light-up, Christmas patterned face mask. It doesn't get more 2020 than that.
This particular face mask was being sold by Alexanto Aprons.
Be the center of attention and rock this Christmas season!
Better yet, our best selling face mask now comes with led lights. The led lights are lightweight, removable and do not get warm at all!
These masks are made and shipped from Miami, Florida, and is washable and reusable, but not intended for clinical use. So don't expect to see your nurse walk in with one of these at the St. Cloud Hospital.
This same brand also made light-up Halloween masks this year. To me that one seems a little more practical than Christmas ones because the Halloween mask could double as a light for trick-or-treaters.
Costs for the masks range from $10-$15 depending on the pattern you want, and the reviews are good too. Cheryl A. posted this one:
These masks are so cute! I need more now and there are some different Christmas ones to order soon as I want to send them to Germany where my relatives will rock them. :-) You can easily remove the lights if you don't want to use them while wearing the mask in the day time
I'm trying to figure out where the battery pack is on these things. I might need to order one just to find out how they are made...and to spread some holiday cheer.