Dr. Peter Pan
- Director of Pan Eyes Clinic
- Ophthalmology Specialist, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital
“Itching, soreness, fatigue, tearing of eyes, even photophobia and blurred vision take up 90% of major issues at my eye clinic.
Cool compress or warm compress with periorbital massage are often adopted as part of my prescription.
So a gentle compress over periorbital area before sleep is recommended for students, hard-working fellows, digital users, and even for those who have trouble to sleep.”
Professor James S. Wolffsohn
- Deputy Dean, Life and Health Sciences
- Professor of Optometry, Aston University
- Adjuct Professor of Optometry, University of Houston
“Digital eye strain associated with various symptoms negatively affects our focus on jobs, performance at work, the decisions we make and even our attitude on daily life. Applying warm compress and cool compress on your eyes at the right, consistent temperature is a very effective way of alleviating digital eye strain. The new technology from Aurai goes further by incorporating gentle massaging effect to cool and warm compresses has the potential to further benefit users.”