Save Your Eyes Remember diving for pool rings as a kid? You'd surface to the top, gripping the weighted plastic ring like a prize with one hand, and rubbing your burning eyes with the other. Chlorine has never been a friend to our peepers. Aqualillies don't wear goggles during performances, so they need something to provide relief to raw, red eyes that have to remain open underwater to keep in sync.
Both Rolling and Barnes use Rohto eye drops, but warn that it's not for the faint of heart. "It's like putting a Listerine strip on your eyeball," jokes Rolling. The minty concoction burns for a few seconds, but leaves your eyes white and soothed, says Barnes.
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