There is too much in modern life to strain our eyes and stress our minds. Take a break from that computer and luxuriate in the soothing relaxation of this advanced eye massager, as it simulates a firm massage around your eyes, by caring hands. With continual variations in pressure, vibration and luxuriant heating, to a background of soothing sounds ~ in a few minutes, this amazing Eye Massager delivers calming massage for quick relief. You and your eyes will be rejuvenated, leaving you ready for the hours ahead.
Combining Different Massage Functions
Different Frequencies and Timings
Intelligent Air Pressure Settings
- Massage for Eye Area and Temples
- Massage for Temples and Head
- Eye Area Massage
- Strong Eye Area and Temple Massage
Piano Music + 5 Soothing Sounds of Nature
High ~ Low (35°C-42°C)
The iSee 371 has been designed with great attention to detail and is focused on improving your eye care. Various function modes can be applied via the user friendly remote which can be held in one hand, and you can learn to operate the controls even sight unseen.
The iSee 371 eye massager is simply fantastic after a hard day at work or at relieving eye soreness after staring at a monitor all day.
Gentle infrared warming increases local circulation and air pressure gives a warming compress to the eye area. The iSee 371 eye massager uses aspects of acupuncture and Chinese medicine as well as patented massage technology to deliver an outstanding massage for your eye area, face and temples.
How to use the iSee-371 Eye Massager:
Open the Battery Case, place four regular AAA batteries inside, making sure the batteries are installed in the correct direction.
Insert the earphone on the left side of the control panel. The earphone shares the same jack with the power adapter. To listen to sounds, use the earphone with the batteries only.
Click the clip button to release the strap clip, try on the iSee-371 eye massager, adjusting the strap length until it feels comfortable, then re-insert the strap clip on the back of the Massager.
Wearing the Massager, hold the "On/Off" button to turn the iSee-371 Eye Massager on.
The Massager operates in Default Mode until you decide to choose custom mode settings. To move between modes, press the "Select" button to choose.
To adjust the intensities of the vibration, click the "Vibration" button; to adjust the heating temperatures, click the "Heating" button; to adjust the air pressure levels, click the "Air Pressure" button; to change the choice of sounds, click "Sounds" button.
Press the "On/Off" button again to set the time from 5~10~10 minutes. Recommended use: 3 times a day, 10-15 mins. per use.
After use, press and hold the "ON/OFF" button to turn off.
DESIGN CONCEPT OF THE iSee-371 EYE MASSAGER
The iSee-371 Eye massager varies its massage patterns via digital control to simulate the action of skilled hands applying firm, steady massage.
The ergonomic design places the gentle pressure all over an area full of "acupressure points", points which were traditionally considered effective to produce better general health and to benefit the nerves and brain. Today we understand these benefits as relieving tension and feelings of pressure around the eyes by relaxing muscle tissue in the vicinity, relieving aches, pains and subtle fatigue which we perceive as "tension" and "pressure".
This effect encourages relaxation of nerves, and of the mind. The massage can improve your sleep, and enhance general well-being, not just of the eyes.
ACUPRESSURE POINTS IN TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE:
It is interesting to note a number of points surrounding the eyes which were identified in Traditional Chinese Medicine for accupressure stimulation. Also shown are the areas or conditions that the acupressure was considered to treat.
Zanzhu (BL2): Local soreness, numbness, blurred vision, for brightening the eyes
Yuyao (Ex-HN4): Facial or ocular paralysis, squint, redness, swelling, pain in eye
Sizhukong (SJ23): Headache, redness/pain of the eye, blurring of vision
Taiyang (Temple): Headache, eye disease
Tongziliao (GB1): Brighten and rejuvenate the eye
Qiuhou (Ex-HN7): Sharpen eyesight, moisten and clear eyes
Chengqui (ST1): Squint, spasms, myopia, redness, swelling, pain of the eye
Jingming (BL1): Myopia, squint, tearducts, common cold
Sibai (ST2):Facial spasms, twitching/itching in eye
Bitong (Ex-HN8): Open and clear the nasal area
MASSAGE TIMES FOR DIFFERENT USERS
Massaging 3 times a day for 3-5 minutes at a time can relieve and calm eye muscles which are strained by growing efforts to focus due to changes in the eye. - Alleviate eye fatigue.
Massaging for 5 minutes at a time can fully relax the eye muscles and thus lower feelings of pressure and fatigue around the eyeballs. Quickly alleviate feelings of "swollen" eyes, sore eyes, eye dryness, eyes over-sensitive to light and blurred vision, which result from strain of the eyes.
- Baggy eyes and dark shadows
Massaging twice a day and using constantly for 30-40 days can be helpful for the appearance of baggy eyes (the bags usually consist of fat and water) and dark shadows (which are usually caused by insufficient sleep due to stress and tension).
- Relieve "brain fatigue" and improve the quality of sleep
Massaging for 5-10 minutes every night before going to sleep can help induce relaxation in nerves in the brain so that you can rapidly reach a state of sound sleep. Calming and relaxing can also lessen symptoms of insomnia caused by over-anxiety and neurasthenia.
- Reduce the appearance of wrinkles Massaging for 5-10 minutes every day can promote the elasticity of the skin around the eyes; and the relaxation and improved sleep and sense of well-being will boost the metabolism. The result is a smoother-appearing skin, and more attractive pigmentation. A good complement to a sound skin-care regime, to slow the aging of skin and lessen the appearance of wrinkles at the corners of the eyes (applying moisturizer while massaging can give much better results).