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  • Remedies for Trichiasis

    on Sep 29, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Trichiasis is a fancy name used to refer to an ingrown eyelash. It manifests when your lash is misaligned, or grows back toward the skin instead of away from your eye. You likely have trichiasis if the affected eye is red, irritated, and watery, and typically with a sensation of having grit inside. Light and pain sensitivity, too, can occur. Let’s talk about these different remedies used for trichiasis, chronic cases of which may lead to infection or even permanent corneal scarring and vision loss. Address ingrown lashes with these remedies: Warm compress – This

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  • Getting an Eyelash Out of Your Eye

    on Sep 29, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Let’s take a really quick break from discussing lash growth tips and products to focus on this topic. It’s an all too common concern for both men and women, young and old. After all, how do you get an eyelash that’s stuck in your eye and makes you feel uncomfortable? There are cases when it goes beyond being uncomfortable and causes pain and vision disruptions. Learn how to address this everyday problem. WikiHow provides a handy guide to getting an eyelash out of your eye using simple, cost-free interventions: Use water! Try to flood the

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  • What Happens with Eyelid Surgery Gone Wrong?

    on Sep 21, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Messed up cosmetic surgery is a not-so-surprising sight anymore, as there have been widely documented and publicized cases of adverse side effects and just plain hideous results. A case in point is eyelid surgery. Sure, the procedure can solve extra skin on the upper eyelid, drooping upper eyelids, as well as upper eyelids that turn in or out. It’s an outpatient operation usually done by an ophthalmologist but can be done by a plastic surgeon as well. While generally safe, it can cause a number of complications when things go wrong. Here are some potential

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  • Factors That Affect Eyelash Health and Well-Being

    on Sep 21, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Eyelashes serve not only to highlight and beautify your eyes and face overall, but also work in tandem with your eyelids to protect eyes from debris and foreign matter. They trigger a reflexive blink whenever an outside object come near your eyes. They are also sensitive to wind, dust, bright lights, and other presence around. As for their health and well-being, there is a range of factors that can make or break them. Here are some things that directly affect the health and maintenance of your eyelashes – even their enhancement potential! Eye hygiene –

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  • Watch Out for Eyebrow Stress and Hair Loss

    on Sep 15, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Let’s talk about your eyebrows this time. Just like your lashes, they can all out because of a variety of factors, including over-application of eyebrow pencil and makeup, overplucking, normal aging, and similar elements. Your daily stresses in work and at home could also contribute to the risk of eyebrow loss. There are two common hair loss conditions that can affect your brows – learn about them in this article. Telogen effluvium (TE) – A temporary condition, this is abnormal hair loss because of the changes in the normal hair growth cycle. It can happen

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  • Revitalash and Its Documented Side Effects

    on Sep 15, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Among the most popular eyelash growth and conditioning products today is Revitalash, which is a formula claiming to help your lashes grow thicker and darker. These products are available over the counter and generally do not need a prescription to be obtained, several of which, too, are reviewed on this site. Livestrong.com, however, has published a number of the reported side effects of Revitalash. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), for instance, has recalled and seized previous formulations of Revitalash. The latest formula, however, has been approved. Here are side effects you might start

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  • Natural Eyelash Saving Tips

    on Sep 8, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Not everyone is naturally bestowed with long, thick, full eyelashes that are the subject of awe and admiration. It takes weeks, months, and even years for natural eyelash growth results to show. It is not entirely possible to increase the length of your lashes, as there are dietary and lifestyle factors that come into play and make it attainable. More than beautifying your eyes and your face, your lashes serve to protect your eyes from foreign matter and debris. They can last about three months and then fall out, taking about two months or so

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  • Eye Beauty Hacks to Try

    on Sep 1, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Overall eye health and appearance matter, but take note that they go beyond lash growth and conditioning. Allow us to introduce you to two eye beauty hacks that you can try at home and without expensive tools and procedures. Eye Beauty Hack # 1: Warm Eye Compress A warm compress is very useful to temporarily relieve discomfort brought about dryness, redness, and eye irritation. Some reasons why eye discomfort occurs are dermatitis, allergies, conjunctivitis or sties, and bacterial or viral infections. You can create warm eye compresses on your own, and it may be recommended

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  • Home Remedies for Swollen Eyes

    on Aug 26, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Are your eyes chronically red and swollen? It may be indicative of blepharitis, a medical condition characterized by inflamed, crusty, greasy eyelids, excess tearing, red and dry eyes, light sensitivity, as well as loss of eyelashes. Swollen eyes due to blepharitis occur due to malfunctioning oil glands that grow along your lash line, and can result from rosacea, allergies, lash mites, and related conditions. Blepharitis needs a long-term plan of care once diagnosed. But there are home remedies you can follow when it comes to the swollen eyes it causes. Here are some of these

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  • The Risks of Upper Eyelid Surgery

    on Aug 18, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    It seems today that plastic surgery has the answer to every cosmetic problem or imperfection, including extra skin on your upper eyelids, upper eyelids that drop, and upper eyelids that turn in or out. This is why upper eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty is becoming more and more popular as an outpatient procedure – done typically by an ophthalmologist but can also be undertaken by a cosmetic surgeon. While deemed a generally safe operation, upper eyelid surgery can lead to a number of complications when done wrong or due to other unforeseen factors. Below is a

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