If you venture outside of your home nowadays you’ll be greeted by a sea of face masks.

Since the government made face coverings mandatory in shops, stations and other indoor areas they’ve become a normal way of life.

The new daily check is wallet, keys, phone, mask!

However, they’re not always very comfortable…

Disposable masks can have loose fibres or feel tickly while reusable ones can get warm.

But, you should still wear one to protect yourself and others from coronavirus.

How do you make your face covering feel comfortable? Let us know in the comments section…

Luckily, a new helmet-style face cover is growing in popularity.

The space-age looking helmet has a see through plastic pane at the front and a fabric head and neck covering to keep it on.

You’ll be sealed in like an astronaut.

Don’t worry though, you can still breathe in the mask using the MicroClimate AIR ventilation system.

It uses high-powered fans to pull air through filters in the mask so your helmet remains “fresh and fog free”.

The description reads: ‘From Uber to airline, AIR by MicroClimate™ will keep you comfortable the whole trip.

“AIR filters both inlet air and outlet air through HEPA filters that are in front of and behind our fans."

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It continued: “’AIR’s acrylic visor enables an unobstructed view of the face.

“The user can also wear glasses without interference.”

Padding at the base of the bizarre head covering keeps it comfortable.

The mask needs to be re-charged and the battery lasts up to four hours.

The mask will set you back a hefty £150 and will need to be shipped over from the United States using a third-party service as delivery is only offered in America.

While the mask should stop any water droplets landing near your airways, you may get a few curious looks as you go about your day.

Style it out, we say, it’s 2020.

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