Because of my occupation, I use my computer all day, so my eyes get very tired.
Speaking of reliable items in life that overuses the eyes, "Megurizumu Steam Hot Eye Mask". With a comfortable eye mask that heats and steams at about 40 degrees, I don't know how many times I've fallen asleep.
However, the price of Megurizumu is currently around 1,000 yen for 14 pieces. It's good to follow once in a while, but it's a price that isn't ridiculous for the author who wants to use it every day.
Here is what I found there. This is a new product released by Pip this year, "Dreaming Kokochi no Pip Hot Refre for Eyes".
This product is a thermal product that is used by heating it in a microwave oven. I bought it at the loft for about 1,100 yen, so if I use it 14 times or more, I think I can get the money back (?).
Inside is a body warmer-like body and a special cover. By the way, the contents of the main body are silica gel.
First, adjust the string of the cover to fit your ears, put the main body in, and heat it in the microwave. Estimated time is 20 seconds at 500W. It seems that you should not leave the microwave while heating.
All you have to do is take it out and put it on your eyes.
It doesn't feel so hot when you hold it in your hand, but when you put it on your eyes, the heat and the weight of the entire mask (about 200g (7.05oz)) stimulate the area around your eyes. The cover is slightly moistened with steam, and the gentle warmth is a perfect quality for healing goods.
◆ Compared to Megurizumu?
By the way, the sensible temperature at the hottest time was not so different from that of Megurizumu, and the fever continued for about 20 minutes (Megurizumu was about 10 minutes). In addition, Megurizumu is attractive because it has many scent variations, but you can also add your favorite scent to the hot refre with a deodorant spray for cloth, a fabric softener when washing the cover, and aroma oil.
It's a relieved reflation that is economical and good, but if you dare to mention the drawbacks, is it the size and design? If you raise your neck, it will slide down and put a strain on your nose, so basically you should use it facing up. Also, the pink dot design is cute, but when a man uses it in an office, the line of sight around him may be worrisome.
It's bulky, so it may not be suitable for travel or business trips. By using both depending on the situation, it seems that you can take smart measures against eyestrain.