In our day the mouth cover has become an important part of our outfit, but very few know how they should wear it really elegant women. So keep reading and get some super beauty tips.
CAN THE SCARVES, FOULARS AND SCARVES FULFILL A PROTECTIVE FUNCTION OR ARE THEY JUST A DECORATION THAT SHOULD ALWAYS BE ON THE MASK?
Let’s start by explaining that fabric mouth guards or other textile elements such as scarves, scarves, etc., despite being a barrier method between the outside and the user, they do not meet the minimum conditions to avoid virus contagion.
THEN WHICH COVER SHOULD WE USE?
Those that are recommended for the general population are hygienic or surgical mouth guards (reusable or not), since they have a high filtering capacity and would prevent an infected person from becoming a transmitter of the disease. Furthermore, these mouthguards have an external cover that protects them from larger splashes or drops from the outside.
AND USE A FABRIC COVER UP THE CONVENTIONAL?
We do not recommend it, since by putting two mouthguards on, the risk of improper handling is greater and therefore there would be a greater risk of them becoming contaminated and becoming a vector for the transmission of microorganisms. But this does not mean that if you are a responsible and elegant woman do not apply this technique as several famous ones have done.
DO SURGICAL COVERS PROTECT FROM SPREAD?
They have the ability to filter in a unidirectional way, from the inside out, of the person who takes them to the outside (in type 2 of up to 98%). In addition, they have an outer film that protects against larger splashes or drops, with Type 2R being those that offer greater external protection.
In the current scenario, the widespread use of this type of mouth cover is key for the entire population since it produces community or group protection and has proven to be a key element in reducing the transmission of the virus. If a sick person wears it correctly, it will be very difficult for it to become a transmitter.