Yes, most of the leading brands got devices that can endure moisture. It is meant to solve exactly the problem you have. Have a look at Beltone Promise for instance. I don’t have sufficient information to tell if it’s good for you, audiology wise, but it got the moisture protection you need. It’s comes in many sizes and form factors and it covers a wide range of hearing loss.
In addition, these to devices worth a look as devices with moisture protection:
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