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Clear-Panel Face Mask 4-Pack Only $34.99 Shipped (Just $8.75 Each)

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Zulily has unique face masks and they ship for free!

Through July 24th, Zulily is offering an exclusive deal just for Hip2Save readers – FREE shipping with the purchase of this 4-Pack of Clear-Panel Non-Medical Face Masks.

Note that you must click through this link in order to activate the free shipping and there is a limit of one free shipping offer per customer. And the best part – the rest of your Zulily order will also ship free!

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Each 4-piece mask set is just $34.99 shipped when you click through the link which makes each mask just $8.75 delivered! Choose from four black and clear face masks or four gray and clear face masks with elastic earloops attached to keep your masks secured.

One great feature about these non-medical face masks is the fact that they allow others to see your lips moving and to view your facial expressions – both of which are very important when communicating with someone who is deaf, hard of hearing or is just dependent on lip reading.

And if you’re simply getting tired of hiding your smile behind a mask, these non-medical face masks are a great option as the clear panel over the mouth keeps you covered without sacrificing your smiling face!

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Comments 29

  1. Jill

    Just wondering if they are fog proof. I am a speech pathologist working with the elderly and have yet to find one that does not fog. We’ve tried shaving cream and a film of soap and nothing works like a charm yet.

    • IB

      Don’t see how it could be considering it’s plastic. These have to be hot as heck.

    • Vironika

      There’s an antifog spray on Amazon. I think it’s called Fog Gone. I haven’t used it, myself. I looked into it for my glasses when I was helping in the dish room at a restaurant as a waitress..

    • polishpotatopancake

      Have you tried the stuff for windshields to keep them from fogging?

      • HipMomof3

        If you decide to use anything like anti fog for windshields be careful because you’ll be breathing that in.

        • Ana

          Try dawn dishwashing soap, don’t put a chemical up to your mouth.

    • Bbbsarah24

      Scuba divers use an anti fog for their goggles. That might work.

    • mommyof51987

      This may be gross and I know not entirely sanitary but when I scuba dive and my mask gets fogged up I was taught to spit in it and rub it around and the. Rinse it off. It worked wonders. That being said there are a few YouTube videos where nurse give advice on preventing eyeglasses from fogging up. Maybe some of those tips would help.

    • Gina

      This is a great question I think even teachers who may wear mask like this so their students can see them smile might be wondering the same thing.

    • megan

      I am also an SLP and ordered these to try. I heard on the Speech News Room site that rubbing in tooth paste on the plastic helps with the fog, but makes the mouth blurry, but still easier to see than through fog.

    • Suzanne Bassyouni

      Have u tried the face shields

  2. T

    No lol

    • mommyof51987

      Not sure why the “No lol” response. These work great for the deaf, hard of hearing and speech pathologist. I am grateful for the people who made these and that the thought of people that may have a hard time communicating with a mask on.

      • karentay

        I was thinking the same thing. It must be hard for those that have to read lips right now.

        • mommyof51987

          Not even reading lips but just facial cues in general. People that are deaf or hard of hearing use facial cues to communicate and when they can’t it is hard for them to understand what is going on. Imagine trying to talk with out facial expressions. It would be very difficult to follow conversations.

          • peretz12

            I’ve thought of that for those that use sign language to communicate. It’s almost impossible to to communicate with a face shield for them because so much of the language is dependent on facial expressions. Someone on here who is deaf may correct me but I took ASL for a few years in college and that is what I was taught and experienced w/communicating with the deaf

  3. hope-0

    The face shields are better

    • Margarita Rosado-Payne

      Nurse here, a face shield alone does not protect you from COVID.

      • rochellemcgee

        But neither does a mask… I feel like the goalposts keep moving on masks. They’re meant to stop your spray, I think a face shield is a pretty close second (especially considering the way 80% of the population wears their face mask).

  4. Margarita Rosado-Payne

    Nurse here, a face shield alone does not protect you from COVID.

  5. Margarita Rosado-Payne

    Biggest issue with these is that they fog up no matter what you use to try to prevent it because they are so close to your mouth.

  6. amyh

    My gosh! How did we get here? 🤣

    • karentay

      Umm…Not funny… if everyone would just wear the darn masks, we might get out of this a bit sooner.

      • Heather

        FALSE! The masks slow the spread, this won’t go away until the vaccine is ready

  7. hope-0

    The TN Tech Speech Pathology Department uses face shields with a cloth sealed at the bottom. The don`t fog up. There`s a lot more viability. You also distance.

  8. Lo

    I heard about clear face masks on NPR. A lady made them for expecting parents. She used a plastic used to protect comic books.
    I think this would be great for teachers. Masks are here for awhile. Might as well jump in.

  9. nikkicr912

    Thank you for posting! My daughter is in school for ASL and these will come in very handy for her service hours, with those that read lips

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome! Glad these will be helpful!

  10. Patty

    Try rubbing toothpaste: Apply it. Let it dry. Then rinse off. ???

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