Suggest you get one dry cabin if you have several lens and bodies.
You can also get air-tight container and put silicon inside. Though cheap and good, you need to be discipline enough to "fry" the used silicon [ie after absorbing moisture] regularly. Frying is to remove moisture and re-used the silicon. Silicon can be purchased at photo shop... not sure about the price now but rather cheap. I have done that for more than 20 years but switched to dry box 3 years ago since dry cabin is affordable nowadays. Carrefour does sell 3-tier dry cabin at $99 previously. Suggest you look around for what you need.
Depending on how much you treasure your lens. Do you mind having fungus in it?
As for me I keep my lens tucked in the dry cabinet. One should even store P&S into
the dry box/cabinet as it's susceptible to fungus as well.