How can you stop bathroom condensation forming?
The short answer is that you can’t. The nature of all bathrooms means that some condensation is inevitable, and you’ll never be able to completely prevent it. What you can do is reduce it so that your mirrors and windows don’t get as misted, and you cut down the risk of mould.
The two major factors in reducing condensation are air flow and heat. The best way to increase air flow around the bathroom is to open a window. By giving the warm, damp air a means of escape, it reduces the amount of water in the atmosphere and so reduces the amount of condensation.
But remember to keep your bathroom door closed while its air is humid, otherwise the condensation could form on other cold surfaces around the house, causing a build-up of water and potentially black mould.