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I need a spell like this
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I want a spell that let you see underwater without your eyes hurting like it usually does so if you have any spell about it then i will be happy to hear it
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Re: I need a spell like this
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No such spell truly exists. Magic will not defy physical laws.

You could try using swimming goggles. This is a physical fix, easily obtainable.

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I do mermaiding (a type of freediving) and the best way to do it is get used to it. Have eyedrops on hand and a saline eye wash for after care. If it gets extreme, sit out, wash your eyes, and throw on some goggles. Otherwise, becoming comfortable with discomfort is the best advice I can give.

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If you wear eyeglasses, you can buy eye prescripted swimming googles online. All you have to do is provide your latest eye prescription. I love mine a lot.
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Re: I need a spell like this
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I agree with what has already been said. Swim goggles/eye goggles would be your best bet for shallow swimming, especially in pools as chlorine treatments can be very irritating on open eyes.

If you like to dive deeply, just be aware the pressure on them can get uncomfortable and maybe go for a proper diving mask. Either way a proper fit is valuable, and worth a little extra expense.
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Re: I need a spell like this
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It is true that no spell will make it not hurt to open your eyes underwater. If you're opposed to using goggles, getting used to it is probably the best thing you can do, although I have heard that dripping a little bit of milk in your eyes can help if you're in saltwater. Eye drops are another good solution.

Just be aware that infection can happen from keeping your eyes open in any type of water because bacteria thrives there, so doing a thorough rinse when you're finished would also be a good idea.

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