Rohto Eye Drops Review: Helps moisten Eyes On Planes And Hotel Rooms

Delta One on 757-200

If you’ve been to Vegas, you know that casino resorts will do everything to keep you in the casino. They want you to spend money and never leave. And, well… they win. Inside resorts, there are great restaurants, bars, lounges, gaming, spas, gyms, convenient stores… the list goes on, which means your eyes could suffer through all the dryness. In this case, what happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas. All travelers are affected by dry eyes simply by checking into a hotel or taking a flight, even flights less than an hour. As a frequent traveler for over 15 years, I’ve flown over 2 million miles and stayed in over 680 hotels. I can attest eye drops like Rohto help, and I thought I’d write up a little Rohto eye drops review.

Rohto Eye Drops Review

First thing’s first: your eyes will dry out in hotel rooms with windows that don’t open for fresh air and, of course, air planes, since windows don’t open. The dry air in both hotels and airplanes are truly dry! Rohto eye drops have come in handy, and I never travel without it. The reason I like Rohto is because I’ve tried all the others (Similasan, Refresh, etc). Rohto works best because it also helps if you’re staying at your phone or computer screen for hours.


To whit, I’ve tried them all. Similasan comes in a strange bottle, and it just doesn’t quench as I like. Refresh tears is actually fine at home, but it feels like it underperforms when I’m traveling.

I found that Rohto really is the best solution for dry eyes. It has a quick, refreshing, cooling feeling that actually gives indication something’s definitely working. This has also been helpful when I’m at the computer all day and everything starts to blur. It’s highly rated for its refreshing feeling, and according to its packaging, Rohto Dry-Aid is designed to relieve all key symptoms of Dry Eye including dryness, irritation, grittiness, burning, and stinging. Trust me: they all check out. For my Rohto Eye Drops review, I would easily give the product 5 stars.

I love this stuff and think it’s the best product for dry, irritated eyes! Rohto eye drops are also cheap, as you can see below on Amazon.

It’s best to stock up on the plenty-pack (3) since you save money that way. I like and use the “Cool Relief” option, which is a little bit more costier, but it feels so good.

I also love this Vegas hack below.

Not a lot of people know that most guestroom windows have small slats you can open to allow fresh air into the room. I always have these open a crack to help allow fresh air into the room.

If you’re going to spend all your time in the casino the way I have the past few days, definitely get some Rohto eye drops to help alleviate dry eyes.


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Jimmy Im has traveled to 113 countries, stayed at over 600 hotels and clocked millions of air miles. He currently lives in New York City.

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