Warby Parker Created A Lens Spray To Prevent Foggy Glasses While Wearing A Face Mask

Sanah Faroke
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Photo credit: Elisaveta Ivanova - Getty Images
Photo credit: Elisaveta Ivanova - Getty Images

From House Beautiful

Wearing a face mask is one of the most effective things you can do to protect yourself and others from the spread of COVID-19. But if you wear glasses, you know the frustration of foggy lenses all too well.

Well, Warby Parker is here to help solve that problem. The trendy glasses retailer recently launched its own Anti-Fog Spray—and it looks like a game-changer. The spray comes with a microfiber cloth and lens pouch in their Clean My Lenses Kit for just $15.

So, how does it work? When you wear a face covering, the warm air from your breath that is trapped inside the mask escapes from the small openings near the nose and cheek area. As the warm air rises, it touches the cooler lenses of glasses, causing the annoying fog effect (and constant wiping afterward).

In order to avoid this issue, the company says the Anti-Fog Spray has a “solution [that] absorbs the droplets that accumulate on the surface of the lenses, preventing them from becoming visible as fog.”

The spray is safe to use on various kinds of lenses, including transitional and treated options. It can also be sprayed on both sides of the lens for a thorough cleaning and fogging prevention. Just spray and wipe with the accompanied cloth (daily if need be) before you head out the door. “This spray will not damage any of the lens, and our one-year scratch guarantee policy still applies,” the brand confirmed on Instagram.

You can find the kit online and in select Warby Parker stores.

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