Warm Eye Compress: The Benefits for Symptom Relief
A warm eye compress can help relieve the irritation, dryness, and pain caused by a number of eye conditions, including dry eye syndrome, conjunctivitis, and blepharitis. Even if your eyes are simply tired and puffy from a late night out, a warm eye compress can help.
Conditions a Warm Compress Can Help Improve
There are a number of eye conditions that can benefit from using a warm eye compress including blepharitis, dry eye syndrome, conjunctivitis, and styes.
How a Warm Eye Compress or Mask Helps
A warm eye compress or mask can help provide fast relief from the discomfort of an eye condition or tired eyes. Your eyes generally feel better as soon as you place the compress or mask over them. Thanks to the warmth of the compress or mask you can:
Relieve Eye Pain
Warmth is well known to reduce pain and promote healing, helping the body to restore itself.
Relax Your Eyes
The heat from a compress for the eyes or an eye mask can help your eyes relax and ease any muscle spasms.
Get Moisture to Your Eye
A warm compress for dry eyes can relieve the feeling of grittiness by helping the eye to naturally re-hydrate.
Release Blocked Oil Glands
The glands in your eyelids make oil. Sometimes they can get clogged up. The heat from the compress stimulates the glands to produce more oil, unblocking them, making it a natural treatment for blepharitis.
Reduce Swelling in Eyes
A warm compress is an effective and welcome relief for swollen eyes.
HOW SKG E7 EYE MASSAGER WARMS YOUR EYES?
SKG E7 is a massager instrument for eye massage, care, and rehabilitation treatment developed by SKG company and famous university eye institute after 3 years of joint efforts.
The E7 has four skin-friendly heating heads that heat your eyes to 104 degrees Fahrenheit in less than 5 seconds and combines 18 massage heads with four unique massage modes for great eye relaxation. While relaxing the eyes, E7 can help relieve some of your eye symptoms by warming the eyes, including dry eye syndrome, conjunctivitis and blepharitis.