? use a humidifier to help restore humidity to the air and moisture to the eyes
? drink lots of fluids to keep your body hydrated and maintain moisture in your eyes
? protect your eyes from extreme cold and wind- that can include protection with a hat, visor, goggles or sunglasses
? don’t let heat blow directly on your face- doing so can dry up moisture in your eyes. Turn your car vents toward your lower body to avoid this problem.
? use eye drops frequently- we recommend those that are preservative free.
? contact wearers- your eyes can dry out more during the wintery season. Be sure to always wear clean contacts to reduce itching and possible infection.