Customer Review

Reviewed in Australia on 9 July 2020
With the working at home situation, I found I was staring at the computer screen much more than I used to, so I thought I would try out an eye massager to see if it would alleviate some stress I was feeling on the eyes.
To be honest, I was not expecting much at the start, but after using it for the past week or so, I think it actually helps. My initial concern was air filled bags pushing on the eyeball can’t be good right? I think I have now proven myself wrong in that regard as I’ve found I feel more refreshed after each use and a bit more rested. I don’t feel pain on my eyes after using the massager, and I think it also helps to move the moisture around the eyes.

The eye massager feels decently built, and has a good hinge system that should mean it fits most heads (mine is quite big and it fit mine). The area that touches the eye I believe is a fake leather type material which is easy to clean after use (I use a tissue). For me, the amount of pressure and the heat are at a good level. One thing that could be improved is the audio quality (or just being able to switch it off completely), but I don’t see it being an issue as it doesn’t affect my massage.

I didn’t try connecting it to my phone for music and don’t intend to as its just a massaging tool for me, but I believe that option is there.

Overall happier with the purchase than I thought I would be, however still a little wary that its on my eyes (but this thought will probably go away with more usage/trust of the massager). I’d recommend it to people looking for an eye massager!
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