3/17/2016 – I also have CPEO, as one of the other people who wrote above. I have the Tranquileyes mask and it works great for the dryness but I am not supposed to have anything touching my lids. The skin is quite loose & I don't want to make it worse. With the mask I wake up with eyes a bit more swollen and more wrinkled skin around the eye. Would probably work if I only slept on my back. I love how comfortable it is but don't want to make the skin around eyes worse or eyelids even more droppy. Would the Escape sleep mask work better for the skin around the eyes & not touch my eyelids?
8/26/2015 – I am a serious stomach sleeper. Any suggestions?
3/12/2015 – What Mask would u recommend that provides slight pressure to keep lids closed - for all night use? With this [the Escape] apparently there is no contact.Susan
1/20/2015 – I am a side and back sleeper, and eye rubber, AND I had a corneal transplant. I've been sleeping with my protective hard shield on my transplant eye but I want to get to something that will stop the draft from heat/fan and won't dislodge easily if I touch it. What do you suggest?
3/17/2014 – Hi,I have been using the Onyix sleep mask and it has worked well for me. My only issue is that it bends my eye lashes down and I'm afraid over time they will fall out or be permanently bent. Right now with a lot of prodding I can fix them somewhat in the morning. I'm wondering which mask (possibly the contour) would help keep my eyes from drying out but will not bend my eyelashes? I have a pretty small head by the way.Thanks annie
From Julie of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 9/23/2014.
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From Anonymous of Fruita, Colorado on 4/19/2010.
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