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You have nothing to worry about from water in the show hitting or applying force to you eyeballs, either when they are open or closed.
Also, there is no risk of damage from normal, household water getting in your eyes during a shower.
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I suppose my question has more to do with the pressure in eyeballs. If the water from a hose with pressure (which is what a shower is) impacted the eye, wouldn't that raise the pressure in the eye?