Gaps in our masks allow for virus entry. We often see these gaps around the nose and cheeks.
The other problem we notice is masks slipping down the face because they aren’t fanned out properly.
This puts you and your practitioner at risk, especially with the more contagious variants!
Imagine dust particles (motes) floating in the sunshine and that’s how the virus is suspended in the air.
We want all of our breath to be THROUGH the mask, not out the gaps.
Try the PUFF TEST to see if your mask balloons out or if you feel air flowing into your eyes or cheeks. The mask needs to puff out!