There is a long way to go before the days of Zoom meetings and long hours sitting in front of the computer will be past us. Thanks to COVID-19, the hours staring at our screens create their own problems. Many of us wake up with tired eyes and deal with eye strain and headaches. One simple, drug-free solution you may not have considered for soothing your eyes is using a gel eye mask.
For days when you need a bit more help with your self-care routine, a therapeutic gel eye mask will help you unwind and relax. Used both for relief from headaches and reducing puffiness and sinus congestion, gel eye masks are perfect for better mornings and brighter days.
What Are Cold Gel Eye Mask?
While sleep masks have been around for years and are commonly used to block out light for lasting sleep, most only provide the ability to block light and help you sleep. It does not, however, help you with migraines and other ailments.
Cold Gel eye masks add an extra layer of support by containing a soothing gel that reduces puffiness and dark circles under-eye. These are designed specifically to benefit the sensitive skin around the eyes.
Suffer from migraines?
A cold washcloth on your head and eyes helps, but often the cloth slips from the head and makes the pillow wet. Some masks, such as those from Rapid Aid, provide an adjustable strap that will keep it from falling down your face. Gel mask stays cold much longer than just a washcloth.
Take a nap and wake up refreshed
Are you one of those people who enjoy a short catnap during the day? A reusable cooling gel eye mask for 20 minutes can give you the same benefits as a much longer power nap, boosting your productivity and helping you to wake up refreshed.
The Benefits of Cold
Cooling your gel ice mask is as simple as sticking it in the freezer for 20 to 30 minutes before you want to use it. The cool gel ice pack is designed to bring you 20 minutes of soothing coolness. With its placement over the eyes, cheeks, temples, and forehead, gel eye masks can bring relief to several ailments. Bring relief to your headaches by slipping on your mask. The coolness can even offer ease for migraine sufferers.
Cold treatments are also a remedy for cosmetic reasons. If you suffer from bags under your eyes due to fluid retention, lack of sleep, allergies, or other causes, gel ice packs formed to fit comfortably over the area are a natural solution. The cool gel can also reduce the appearance of dark circles. It does this by constricting the blood vessels in the skin surrounding your eyes, reducing inflammation.
The Benefits of Heat
You can also warm your gel mask, but make sure you follow the instructions that come with it. Warm gel masks can bring moisture to the area, relaxing the muscles and allowing water into cells around the eye. This can be helpful for people with itchy, painful, and dry eyes. Warm masks are also commonly used to relieve sinus congestion.
The case for Cold Gel Masks today
Recent events have heightened everyone’s stress levels, adding to inflammation and tension headaches. Remote work and increased video conferencing have made it necessary to spend our day’s working for hours in front of screens.
Now, more than ever, people around the world could use some relaxation. If you want to add some warm or cool relief to your daily routine, get yourself a gel eye mask from Rapid Aid.
Available as both Rapid Aid brand and white label solutions, this product is available in any quantity. Contact Rapid Aid for additional product information and secure a gel eye mask product for your customers or patients.