Honored to be featured in @popsugar recent article on MADE (Mask Associated Dry Eye).
Thank you @emweaves for this amazing article.
MADE is a phenomenon eye care experts have been noticing since the start of the pandemic.
1. Make sure your mask fits properly. Masks that can be sealed around the nasal bridge (with a nose wire, for example) are best.
2. Place medical tape on the bridge of your nose to keep your breath from escaping into your eyes.
3. Apply artificial tears or over-the-counter
Have you noticed more dry eye since starting to wear masks 👇🏽