If you find that your eyes are dry, it may be that your environment is not optimal. Along with your lifestyle, your environment plays an important role in tear production. Follow some of these eye care tips and use the suggested products to see if they help:

Give your eyes short breaks during long periods on your digital screens! - Eyes blink less often when reading or focusing on digital screens. Give your eyes a break by closing them occasionally or deliberately blinking a few times to keep them hydrated.

Position your computer screen below eye level (or raise your seat) - When you look down, your eyes are a little less open. This means that a smaller area of your eyes is exposed, reducing tear evaporation. 

Humidify the air during dry seasons (such as winter) - A humidifier can help keep indoor air from drying out your eyes.

Avoid hot air - If you're drying your hair or heating the car, avoid blowing hot air into your eyes.

Protect your eyes outdoors - If you're in a hot, dry climate or outside on a windy day, wearing sunglasses (ideally wraparound goggles) can help protect your eyes from the environment.

Use an air purifier - Use an air purifier to filter dust and other particles from the air.

Avoid smoke - Smoke is an irritant that can worsen dry eye symptoms.

Stay hydrated! - Drink plenty of water 

Use Baush & Lomb soothe® Dry Eye Drops for effective, long-lasting relief of eye irritation. This product is clinically proven to moisturize, lubricate and protect the eyes. You'll keep your eyes feeling fresh.

Get the THERA°PEARL® Eye Mask The THERA˚PEARL® Eye Mask combines the healing benefits of hot and cold treatment into one convenient mask. Its use relieves dry eyes.