Staring at a bright screen all day is not good for your eyes, that much we know. What’s debatable is just how much damage it can cause our ocular limbs. Computer monitors, TVs, mobile devices and smartphones, wearable tech, tablets; the list goes on and on. Sadly, many of us don’t have a choice, as staring at a screen all day is conducive to making an income and paying the bills.
So, what do you do to rejuvenate your eyes? Easy! Don a pair of the Aurai Eye Massager glasses and flush out those babies with a restorative six-minute bath!
The Aurai Eye Massager Will Give Your Eyes a Bath
The design of the Aurai Eye Massager is remarkably similar to that of a VR headset.
According to In-Trust Technology — the makers of Aurai — it’s the “world’s first water-propelled eye massager.”
At a glance, it looks like nothing more than your average VR headset. The system covers only your eyes, and the outside has an LED indicator reminiscent of something you’d see on the PlayStation VR or Oculus Rift. Setting it up is fairly simple. You fill the reservoir with tap water, choose the temperature bath you want and then let it go. The system will then flush out your eyes, yes your eyes, for a full six-minutes. You can take either a warm or cool bath, though cool is recommended after particularly long screen sessions so as to “relax the tension” in your eye muscles.
It’s essentially like using an isolated warm — or cold — compress on your eyes.
The headset is made of a medical grade silicone that is “meticulously designed, soft, and hypoallergenic” so it should be fairly comfortable to wear. In-Trust also claims that the material is easy to clean after use.
The whole headset is powered by a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery, which also means it’s portable and can be lugged with you on a road trip. That’s great news for all the business folk out there who spend most of their days traveling and staring at mobile devices.
Oh, and the Aurai has passed CE and FDA certification so it should be safe to use.
You can pick up one of these things on Amazon right now, for just $239. I will forever refer to it as a bidet for the eyes.