How to Wear a Face Mask

How to Wear a Face Mask Without Fogging Up Your Glasses

Current events mean more and more people are starting to wear face masks, for their own protection and the safety of those around them. There’s just one problem: those of us wearing glasses can encounter fogging on their glasses when wearing a mask, depending on how it is worn and the type of mask and glasses.

This is a fact of life when wearing glasses; they can occasionally cause your lenses to fog up. Temperature changes, protective facial equipment, and winter gear are all common causes.

Wearing a protective face mask can mean struggling with foggy glasses, and it’s enough of a problem that you’re no doubt looking for a solution. Thankfully, there are a bunch of different things you can try. One of them is bound to work, right?

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