In the current climate, face masks are becoming an increasingly common and necessary accessory, for the benefit of both your health and the health of others. The World Health Organization has recommended that the wearing of face masks can help to curb the spread of coronavirus. However, wearing a face mask and spectacles at the same time can lead to a problem; foggy lenses. So, what can you do about it?
It is the combination of body heat and airflow that can lead to your spectacles fogging up. When you wear a face mask, you are breathing out warm air, which mostly escapes through the top of your mask and steams up your lenses.
Your warm breath lands on the cooler surface of your lenses, which causes a fog effect and makes it difficult to see.
There are some simple steps you can take to avoid your spectacles fogging up whenever you are wearing a mask.
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