It's a medical condition... It's called "Murphy's Law Syndrome." Google it........ Or maybe not.
Had it happen a few times. Definitely murphy's law.
I wiggle the mask a bit and the itch usually goes away. If not, I get up, wipe my face and the mask and go back to bed - no more itch.
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You can try to use some powder on the areas the mask touches your face. This might help with the itching
I do a preemptive rub and scratch. It works about 75% of the time.
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