This Doctor's $1 Face Mask Hack Has Gone Viral — and It Will Keep Your Glasses From Fogging Up
Foggy glasses caused by wearing protective face masks is a pesky issue many of us still deal with today, despite the plethora of hacks out there. This new particular trick, however, costs close to nothing to try, and you may already have what's needed right at home.
Dr. Daniel M. Heiferman shared a photo of his trick on Twitter, which went viral when picked up by The Home Edit. "If you're having a hard time with glasses fogging or keeping your mask up over your nose, a simple bandaid does wonders," Dr. Heiferman says. "Learned it in the OR." Simply place the Band-aid over your nose, halfway on the top of your mask and halfway on your skin.
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Perfect for sensitive skin, cotton Band-aids are Dr. Heiferman's recommended tool for this hack. The Band-aid Flexible Fabric is kind on skin, stays put, and is malleable, so you can talk, wiggle your nose, and do everything you need while staying comfortable and keeping your glasses fog-free.
At $7 for a pack of 100 bandages, this hack costs less than $1 for each application. Looking for something with a little more personality? Try Welly's fun, printed Bravery Badges, which come in a variety of designs, styles, and sizes.
To buy: amazon.com, $14
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