Harry Potter ‘Marauder’s Map’ Heat Activated Masks Are Now Appearing And They’re Amazing!


Want to take your mask to the next level? Love the Harry Potter series? Well we have some masks for you!

The newest rage are heat activated masks and a lot of people are buying the ones featuring the Marauder’s Map!

I first learned about it with this TikTok video going around Facebook posted by Tjuana Bassett.

I went out to see what I could find and I did find a couple different versions of this online!

The first one is from the MagicalMasksShop on Etsy

It’s $24.99 for a child’s size and $29.99 for an adult size. Shipping is $4 and there is a 4-6 week turn-over time on it.

Another Version is from on Etsy

Theirs is $29.99 with $3.95 shipping and a wait time of up to 10 weeks.

Khr21C on Ebay also has a version

This one costs $29.99 with a shipping price of $3.99

I also found a heat color changing Dark Mark mask by SmokyMountainGoods on Etsy

The price on this one is $26 with shipping of $8.05 with 1-2 weeks wait.

SmokyMountainGoods also has the Marauders’s Map for same price.

If you can’t choose between the Dark Mark or Marauder’s Map, they have one with BOTH.

This one is $50 with Free shipping and 1-2 weeks turn around.

The color changing element seems to be activated with heat ranging in the 85-88 degree ranges.  Most recommend washing with damp cloth, but if you want to wash it to do so by hand washing and line drying. Sounds like the recommended method is just wiping it off. Not sure that’s good enough, but it’s something I did want to mention. Of course none of these are medical grade, and the sellers do indicate that, so keep that in mind.

But these are really cool. If you are interested I would grab one soon because they are selling like crazy and I don’t know how long they will be available.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Facebook, Etsy, Ebay – all links take you to their source.  All credit to the sources.

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