Katie Holmes Evolvetogether Mask

Katie Holmes and Chrissy Teigen Have Both Worn This Skin-Friendly Mask

It’s finally back in stock.
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At this point, it's an unspoken rule: When Katie Holmes wears something, we'll inevitably want to wear it, too. Unfortunately, many of her most iconic style moments also come with a hefty price tag (who could forget when she wore $600 sandals in the middle of winter?). Even so, she's known for a few attainable wardrobe staples, one of which is finally back in stock.

The Tokyo Gray Disposable Face Masks from Evolvetogether are one of the brand's most in-demand colors, and Holmes has worn them multiple times. Before today's restock, the Tokyo multipacks had a waitlist of over 5,000 people — that's the equivalent of more than 400 thousand masks.

Each Evolvetogether mask has water-resistant outer and inner layers, along with a meltblown center made from tightly woven fabric for maximum filtration efficiency. The resulting three-ply design is breathable, but still filters over 98 percent of bacteria and 95 percent of non-bacteria (see: non-coronavirus) particles. Plus, an adjustable nose bridge and comfortable ear loops ensure a personalized fit. Since the masks are made in an FDA-registered factory, you can trust that they're the real deal.

Unlike some reusable options, which can irritate skin when they aren't properly washed, Evolvetogether's Tokyo masks are single-use, hypoallergenic, and latex-free, making them kind to your complexion. It makes sense, then, that the masks are a favorite of Holmes, Chrissy Teigen, and Emily Ratajkowski, all of whom are known for their lit-from-within glow.

A pack of seven Tokyo masks costs $9, while a 30-pack will run you $36. Both come with a reusable zip-up carrying pouch in the same elephant-inspired hue. For every purchase, Evolvetogether will donate a portion of profits to the Wildlife Conservation Network, a nonprofit that protects endangered species in the United States. 

We recommend grabbing a pack of Evolvetogether's Tokyo Gray Masks as soon as possible. They've sold out before, so there's no telling how long this batch will last.

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Shop now: $36 for 30 masks; evolvetogether.com