When the pandemic hit last March a Clarence mother Vanessa Snowden, started using her free time to create masks for her friends and family. But there was one issue that even with her mask perplexed her.

“I literally went to the grocery store one time, the first time I went, and my glasses were completely foggy and I was like, ‘I just cannot deal with this.’ with covid, there was enough to deal with.”

According to a story aired on WIVB-TV Snowden bought a variety of things to keep her glasses de-fogged. But she didn’t love any of them because none of them addressed the root issue.

“The reason your glasses fog is because you have air, your breath escaping from the top of your mask, and I was like, ‘why isn’t there a solution that addresses that problem.”

So, being a determined Mom, she created a product herself a silicone strip.

You put the strip on the top of your mask and it acts as a seal and sticks to your face. Snowden says it’s a lot less sticky than a bandaid and doesn’t hurt to take off. You actually forget that it's on.

Each strip can be used 10-to-12 times before it needs to be replaced.

The strips are available online. The price of a five-pack is 9.99. They also come in 10 or 20 pack sizes.. The Foggoz strips have become so popular, they’re sold out for the time being. But Snowden says, you can pre-order, and the next shipment should arrive next month.

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