Kim Kardashian-West makes more money by selling reusable fashion masks

Kim Kardashian-West never rests even in lockdown as she recently launched her newly created line of reusable fashion masks.

For obvious reasons, the masks quickly sold out in just one hour. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star once again proved that she means business when she created a new line for her Shapewear products.

She recently announced that her famous SKIMS collection is now selling masks. The reality TV star crafted her new line amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Kim Kardashian West’s masks are non-medical ones

Kim Kardashian West’s masks are non- medical, which means they would not prevent someone from getting infected. People who would be wearing the mask would not eradicate the risks of getting exposed to any virus, including COVID-19. However, the masks can reduce exposure to body fluids.

The description of the mask reads,

“Please note, while a mask can reduce exposure to dust, allergens, germs and bodily fluids, it is not a respirator and will not eliminate the risk of contracting disease or infection.”

The masks are washable and can be reused at all times. Buyers of the masks have the option to pick their own color since Kim Kardashian offered five colors in neutral shades. Furthermore, buyers will be enticed to buy since the masks are designed to match the skin tone of the user.

Kim Kardashian West’s masks cost $8

Kim Kardashian West created the line of masks using 97% Nylon and 3% Spandex.  The mask each cost $8. However, the buyer has an option to buy a bundle of four which costs $25.

The reality TV star posted the newly created mask line on her Twitter account.  Furthermore, her SKIMS Twitter account also posted the girl models wearing the masks in different skin tones.

The fashionable masks sold out in just an hour

Kim Kardashian-West‘s masks are pretty popular with the buyers since it quickly sold out. Potential buyers can still buy the masks since new batches will arrive next week.  Kim tweeted:

“The next batch will be available next week — please sign up to receive more details coming soon, and thank you for your support.”

The SKIMS site also notified the buyers of the earliest arrival of the seamless masks. The official Twitter account of SKIMS said:

“We are working with our supplier in LA to produce more masks as quickly as possible.”

The buyers will be directed into a waitlist section for notifications on when stocks are back. Kim Kardashian West’s collection website also donates to certain organizations that support COVID-19 relief efforts. 10, 000 of the masks are donated to the Good+ Foundation, the LA Food Bank, Baby2Baby, and the National Domestic Workers Alliance.

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