Apparently, if you spend more than 2 hours a day in front of a computer you can develop a Computer Vision Syndrome. Meaning, that if you belong to this group you can either prepare for eye fatigue, strain and a headache at the very least or do something about it.
Let’s be honest, many of us spend so much more time in front of digital screens than a measly 2 hours, And if you’re like me you also spend way too much time with contact lenses on. Lots of people spend their normal nine-to-five job in front of a computer and even when you’re back at home you eyes never rest.
So, you should definitely do exercises for your eyes and also find the way to relieve the eye strain so you’d at least be able to sleep at night. Fortunately, we have the Aurai water-propelled eye massager, in store for you.
Aurai is not your ordinary eye compress that you can buy at a nearby pharmacy. Auri is an automated compress that uses water circulation to gently massage your eyes.
By using natural water movement Aurai avoids harming your eyes with excessively strong vibrations. The hypoallergenic silicone mask fits snugly over your eyes and gives your eyes a much-needed relaxation.
One of the best features of Aurai is that it can give you both warm and cold water-based massages.Each type of massage has its own advantages and the choice of one depends on your needs.
Cold water compress helps alleviate the strain in your eye, reducing dark circles, puffy eyes, or battling watery eyes that usually come with allergies.
Warm eye massage improves blood circulation and brings relaxation to fatigued eyes. If you find sleeping with strained eyes difficult there’s nothing better than a nice warm eye massage before going to bed.
There’s a lot to be said about this water-propelled eye massager. But the point is that in the digital age there’s almost no escaping some form of CVS and the least you can do for your eyes is to take special care of them.
Treat them to a relaxing massage in this cool VR headset lookalike and it will bring your eyes much more happiness than virtual reality ever could.