This is a story of a 16-year-old patient, accompanied by his mother, with a bilaterally centered keratoconus.

His mother illustrates how his son used to rub both his eyes. This is a vigorous and chronic eye rubbing method with knuckles.

This habit was daily and repeated. Otherwise, he used to sleep on his stomach with his head compressed into the pillow.

After the correction of these bad habits, we note a spontaneous reduction of keratometry and the cylinder at the top of the cone, in both eyes, with a lasting effect over time during his follow-up.