Re: Sleep Mask
I found a really good mask. It is lightweight and soft and has an adjustable velcro strap so that you can make it as tight or as loose as you need it. It is called the 40 Blinks Ultralight Sleep mask and I found it in Bed, Bath and Beyond a year or so ago. It has sort of air pockets or something that bump the mask away from your eyes. So, it touches your temples, forehead, under your eyes and the bridge of your nose but, each side has a gap between the mask and your eyes. It is pretty comfortable and this comes from a person who can't stand even the thought of something continuously touching my eyes and eye lids. I have had that aversion since I can remember...way before Lasik was even an option. So, you might look into getting one. It can't hurt as far as your dry eye situation.