Eyelids Get Liquid When Doing Eyelash Curling?
Afternoon, yesterday I went to a beauty salon to do a Lash Lift, and the liquid on my left eyelid near the root of my lashes, when I hit it, it felt like it was burning hot and stinging. After it was cleaned many times, the heat disappeared for a long time, as a result my eyelids had blisters like blisters due to blisters and swelling, it was sore and painful, after that I went straight to the pharmacy to buy gentamichin eye ointment, but today my eyes still hurt and more swollen. How to cure it, yes, should it be helped with antibiotics? And what’s the harm? Thank you.
Hello sister Ivonee
The eyelids around the eyelashes are exposed to certain materials that make the skin sore and hot, blisters appear, blisters, and swelling may be caused: Irritant contact dermatitis, namely inflammation of the skin surface due to an irritating reaction to certain materials. Blepharitis or infection of the eyelids. Folliculitis or inflammation of the root of the eyelashes.
It is recommended to consult an ophthalmologist if the eyeball is also accompanied by red eyes or a dermatologist if it is only the skin of the eyelids. The doctor will directly examine the physical condition of the skin and if necessary the condition of the eyes. The doctor will provide special treatment such as antibiotic cream mixed with anti-irritants, antihistamines or corticosteroids can be consumed. Treatment usually lasts no short of 3-7 days if the body's response is good.
Tips that can be done such as compressing the wound with sterile cold liquid (Nacl or sterile aquabides purchased at the nearest pharmacy) or clean boiled water. Wash your hands before and after touching your eyes. Avoid rubbing or rubbing the eyes. Cover the wound with glasses or with gauze when traveling to avoid direct contact with dirt or dust. Be careful the use of ointment around the eyes, choose a safe specifically for the eyes so as not to irritate the eyeball. eat nutritious food and avoid contact with polluted water. may be useful.
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