Kim Kardashian West has got you covered.
Over the weekend, the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star's SKIMS shapewear brand launched a collection of seamless face masks online, but they weren't on the virtual shelves for long.
According to reports, the masks, which are "inspired by the brand's signature Solutionwear," sold out in under an hour.
"We are working with our local partner in Los Angeles to produce more as quickly as possible," an Instagram post read.
SKIMs, which is making masks in five colors, is planning to have more masks in stock next week for $8 a piece or four for $25.
On Instagram, the brand also announced that amid the Covid-19 pandemic, it is donating 10,000 masks to four charities: Baby2Baby, Good+ Foundation, LA Food Bank and National Domestic Workers Alliance. Kim, via SKIMS, has already donated $1 million to Covid-19 relief efforts.
After making the $1 million pledge, Kim said in a press release, "Our six-month anniversary has fallen in the middle of a global crisis so more than ever, it's our responsibility to give back and do what we can to help others."
While things are going well for Kim on the business front during the pandemic, the same can't be said for her personal life — at least according to reports over the past several weeks.
Earlier this month, Us Weekly reported there is a growing rift between Kim and her husband, Kanye West. The problem, the report said, centers on Kim's belief that she's having to shoulder most of the parenting load for her four children with Kanye.
"Kim feels like she needs some space from Kanye," a source noted on May 13. "She is trying to be a great mom, focus on law school and her work commitments and it's hard to do all of this without Kanye helping as much as he can."