These genius breathable face masks won't fog up your glasses

Kristine Solomon
·3 mins read

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Tommie Copper has finally made a face mask that's built to perform. (Photo: QVC)
Tommie Copper has finally made a face mask that's built to perform. (Photo: QVC)

Now that face coverings are the new norm, we’re all getting smarter about what we choose to cover up with. No one wants to sweat or suffocate, especially now that the dog days of summer are here. Even more frustrating? Our fogged-up glasses, courtesy of awkward gaps in one-size-fits-all face coverings.

Leave it to a leading compression-wear brand to brainstorm the perfect reusable face mask that’s breathable, moisture-wicking, odor-resistant, and fully adjustable, so your breath won’t fog up your glasses. Tommie Copper face coverings are those next-level masks that will put your current ones to shame—and right now they’re almost 10 percent off at QVC.

Tommie Copper knows how to make a traditionally uncomfortable garment feel great enough for all-day wear. After all, they design some of the most popular compression socks and cooling towels on the market. Their face masks are made with their patented 4D Lycra fiber stretch fabric, which wicks away moisture, so you won’t walk around sweating bullets and desperate for relief.

But the real selling point of Tommie Copper face masks is a flexible metal piece built into the area around the nose, just like you’d find in disposable medical masks. Just pinch the metal piece to conform it to the bridge of your nose and scooch it under your glasses, and your glasses or sunglasses will never fog up. Anti-fog is a feature you won’t find in many other reusable face masks that are also hand- or machine-washable.

No more sweating, suffocating, or foggy glasses with Tommie Copper face masks. (Photo: QVC)
No more sweating, suffocating, or foggy glasses with Tommie Copper face masks. (Photo: QVC)

An adjustable strap lets you pull the material securely underneath your chin, too. Such a tailored fit ensures ultimate comfort—plus, peace of mind knowing that respiratory droplets will be contained safely inside the face covering.

“I have bought or had friends kind enough to make face coverings for me. None are as comfortable as these,” wrote a fan. “I’m usually sweating by the time I grocery shop and I can’t wait to get out of them. With this brand, I was driving home before I realized I was still wearing the mask.”

“Without a doubt it is much more comfortable as well as the coolest one I've worn,” another gushed about these genius Tommie Copper face masks. “First mask/face covering I didn't have to readjust while wearing. Glasses don't fog up either.”

Tommie Coopper face masks adjust under the chin and at the bridge of the nose. (Photo: QVC)
Tommie Coopper face masks adjust under the chin and at the bridge of the nose. (Photo: QVC)

Tommie Copper also infuses its patented Copper Znergy technology into its anti-fog face masks. Copper and zinc ward off the growth of odor-causing microbes. Tommie Copper has pretty much thought of everything—and right now you can save big on a two-pack of face masks for less than $18. You can also choose to pay in three Easy Pay installments of $5.89 each.

Two-packs come in several different color combos—the black and hot pink-hued pomegranate mask combo is the most popular and selling out fast. Other sets of two include one black and one cobalt blue, one black and one slate grey, and a set of two black masks.

The summer’s most perfect, breathable, cooling, anti-fog face mask by Tommie Copper ships in less than a week, so order now while they’re still in stock.

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