After two years of mask-wearing, our demands have definitely evolved when it comes to reusable masks. More than simply matching our outfits, those masks also need to feel breathable and comfy against our skin to reduce irritation and chances of maskne(yikes).
Beyond that, we also expect the masks to look aesthetically pleasing whether they are off or on our faces — no garish logos or excess material that has the slightest chance of making our faces look puffy or saggy, for starters.
If you’ve been a frequent wearer of the Uniqlo Airism Face Mask, and concur with the 5-star reviews on Uniqlo’s site, you’d probably be getting your hands on the new 3D version, which has been launched on February 14.
Even if you haven’t been wearing Uniqlo face masks, here’s why the new Airism 3D mask is worth trying.