As opposed to the use of the regular masks, many snorkelers are actually opting to use a full face mask when it comes to their snorkelling experience. It is easy for snorkelers to use their nose to breath with this mask as opposed to using the other masks which makes them ideal. Some of the other benefits that are associated with the use of the mask are briefly highlighted below.
Using the full face mask allows you to use both your nose and mouth and this enables you to breath naturally. Breathing naturally is important especially when you are under water since it helps you be calmer under water. There is no learning curve involved with the use of a full face snorkel mask which makes them ideal.
With regular mask, it is easy to get water into your face when you smile but this is something that you do not have to worry about with the use of the mask. Another benefit that is associated with the mask is that you do not have to worry that the mask will fall off when it is contact with water. It therefore becomes easy to move freely and take on waves when snorkeling when you have the mask.
Using the mask is also ideal because it has better visibility when you are snorkelling. The masks have extended curved lens that go back behind the eye offering a better view when you are snorkelling. When you are snorkelling, your vision is heightened by the fact that there is a seal behind the vision line which helps to heighten the vision.
When you are snorkelling with a full face mask, you do not have to deal with having a mouthpiece that you bite on to. Not having a mouthpiece when snorkeling is ideal since you are less likely to deal with jaw fatigue from having to bite on to the mouthpiece. It can be a bit tasking to enjoy your snorkelling experience when you have to bite on to a mouthpiece.
The other benefit of using the full face mask is that they are less likely to be foggy compared to the regular masks. One of the reasons that make the masks not to be foggy is that they are properly ventilated. The availability of vents on the mask ensure that there is proper circulation which is one of the other reasons why breathing is easy.
Water does not sip in through the mask with the help of a standard ball present in the full face snorkelling masks should you get submerged. Should any water get into the mask, then it becomes easy for the water to be channeled towards the bottom of the face and is collected in the chin area. As long as water is located in the chin area, it will easily be expelled with the use of a valve located near the chin area.