Since time immemorial, women have used cosmetic to beautify their appearance. However, sometimes makeup products cause allergic reaction, infection or injury to skin especially to the eye or eyelids. Follow these tips while using eye cosmetic.
People who use contact lens or have sensitive skins are more likely to confront problems related to eye cosmetics. Serious injuries related to eye cosmetics involve injuries related to cornea. When you apply mascara or eyeliner and feel irritated while scratching the cornea it can become infected leading to corneal ulcer. There are chemicals also in cosmetics which causes bacteria.
Although preservation in makeup products helps against infection but sometimes they irritate the eye and skin. Ingredients like Rosin, Nickel and Lanolin cause tearing, itching and redness of the eyes, or swelling and peeling of the eyelids. Use eye cosmetics like water proof mascara which does not cause much allergy.
It is always better to apply eyeliner outside the eyelashes to avoid the direct contact of the eye cosmetic with the eye. Keep your eyeliner pencils sharp for a perfect lining. Replace eye cosmetic with every six months and never use an old one. After any eye injection, buy new makeup products.
This tip suggests that eye makeup removers also irritate the eye, so apply them carefully to the eyelid and avoid getting them in your eye. Do not use makeup products while driving. Similarly, do not use a safety pin to tease apart clumped eyelashes. If using an eyelash curler, make sure that rubber is soft and avoid sharing your cosmetics as it causes skin bacteria.
Contact your eye doctor if you have a cosmetic related eye problem. If you have hurt your eye while using cosmetics, then take proper medical attention. Take the applicator and cosmetic, so that they can undergo for a bacteria test.
Similarly, those people who are using contact lens may confront diseases related to corneal abrasions or corneal ulcers. The cosmetics also contain oils, residues and possible bacteria which can damage your eye. Always put lens before applying makeup products and wash your hands. Apply eye cosmetics less heavily close to the eyes. Use fresh makeup every three to four months.
Always use fresh eye cosmetics with care as they enhance the beauty of your eyes. Follow the guidelines of your doctor in this regard.
Since time immemorial, women have used cosmetic to beautify their appearance. However, sometimes makeup products cause allergic reaction, infection or injury to skin especially to the eye or eyelids.