Toddler Size Disposable Face Mask 3pk


Pigeon Toddler Size Disposable Face Mask is a small mask designed for children from two years of age.

Featuring a cute bear design, the mask has a 3D dome shape as well as an air vent for easy breathing. 

The fabric is light and soft for ease of wearing, with a soft string for comfort fitting over the ears. The Pigeon Toddler face mask is a great way to protect your two year old and older child.

3 disposable toddler masks in each pack.

NOTE: This mask is supplied in Japanese packaging. English instructions have been stickered onto the back. 


We offer free shipping for orders over a various thresholds and charge a flat rate of $12.50 for all other domestic deliveries.

Please allow up to 3 days for metro delivery and up to 6 business days for regional delivery.


At Pigeon, we are happy to offer you a return for change of mind within 14 days of delivery, on most full price items.

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How many toddler face masks are included?

Three disposable toddler face masks are included in each pack.

Does my child need to wear a face mask?

When deciding whether to wear a face mask, you should always follow local Australian State and Territory advice.

According to the WHO, you only need to wear a mask if you have contracted COVID-19 or are treating someone who is sick.

When it comes to making that decision for your child, you should also consider their age and behaviour, as some children won't find face masks comfortable to wear.

Is this a comfortable face mask for children?

Soft material was chosen for Pigeon's child face mask and ear loops to ensure maximum comfort. It is breathable yet efficient.

Are Pigeon toddler face masks P2/N95 certified?

The Pigeon children's face mask has a PM2.5 rating.

They will filter up to 90% of fine aerosol particles, which is slightly less than an N95 mask, but with less inhalation strain.

As a comparison, an N95 mask filters up to 95% of fine aerosol particles, but with more inhalation strain.

When deciding which face mask to buy for your child, you should always follow local Australian State and Territory advice.