As the novel coronavirus pandemic rages on, many parents are getting creative with solutions to protect their children—especially as some return back to school this month—including entrepreneur, television host and BIRD Bakery CEO Elizabeth Chambers.
The mom to two, son Ford Douglas Armand, 3, and daughter Harper Grace, 5—who both started school this week—recently launched Vision Visor. The company that produces “high-quality [face] shields designed to protect from droplets from coughs or sneezes” for kids and adults, according to the brand’s website.
The shields, which retail for $ 24, are reusable and have “crystal clear transparency,” as well as are “fog-resistant and easy to clean.” Plus, all visors come with an adjustable strap and forehead padding.
The best part? The shields come in several designs, including a unicorn, bunny, cat one-eyed dragon, as well as various country flags and a “Black Lives Matter” banner. Customers can also reach out to the brand to design their own Vision Visor.
To check out the shields, visit VisionVisor.com.