Cold Weather Mask Customer Q & A

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Q1: Does this mask make your face sweat? I work in a cold storage zreo degrees inside and zero humidity plus dusty. I have been looking for a mask to help with my asthma. The mask I use now causes my face to sweat badly. Thanks.

A: It may. Any mask will under the right conditions can cause your face to sweat. Is the mask you're using right now valved? That may help dissipate the heat better. Something like any of the Respro masks, the 3M respirators 8233/8293 or the AllergyZone N95 masks all have valves that allow heat and moisture to escape a little better than masks lacking exhale valves. If you aren't using a valved mask, I would try one of these. They all do help warm the air some simply by trapping some heat around the face, but the key for you is having one that allow the air to warm some but not so much that it causes your face to sweat or allows for the moisture in exhaled air to collect inside the mask and condense.

Q2: What, if any, colors does it come in and does it help with the fogging of my glasses? Thank you.

A: Black, Blue and Pink are the colors currently available. As far as the fogging, a lot of that depends on how you get it seated around your nose. Even with glasses, you can typically get it to where there is no or at least minimal fogging.


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