At present, beauty and make-up have become fashion. More and more beauty loving women begin to be keen on making up, and as the window of the soul, eye makeup is the most important part of their whole makeup. Some women use mascara, eye shadow and other cosmetics for a long time. There are a series of eye abnormalities such as eyelid margin, eyelash, conjunctival sac, eye surface and tear film, which lead to "cosmetic eye disease". So, what is cosmetic ophthalmopathy? What kinds of eye diseases will appear? How to avoid it? Take a look with 360 common sense.
Because the skin on the eyelid is tender and rich in blood vessels, it is more sensitive to cosmetics. Eye dressing, such as eye liner, eye shadow and false eyelashes, all need to contact the eyelash and the eyelid margin. These parts are easily stimulated to produce symptoms such as redness, itching, and sometimes even produce yellow and white secretions, which can cause keratitis and conjunctivitis. Series of eye discomfort caused by eye makeup is "cosmetic ophthalmopathy".
Many cosmetics used in daily life will be polluted more or less in the process of production or use. The following four kinds of ophthalmopathy remain high:
Some foreign scholars confirmed by sampling survey that there is often Fusarium solanacearum contamination in eyelash pen. The pollution rate of an eyelash pen will rise sharply in the use process. This Fusarium solanacearum is very easy to cause keratomycosis, which can lead to blindness in people with serious pollution.
If you don't pay attention when using cosmetics, the dust particles will fall into your eyes, which may cause inflammation, redness, pain, photophobia and tears, and allergic conjunctivitis.
Perm essence is an alkaline and strong cosmetic ingredient for perm. In use, if a little negligence splashes perm essence into the eyes, it will burn the cornea slightly. In serious cases, eye atrophy, corneal haze, even cataract and other eye diseases will occur.
In the process of using some colored cosmetics, such as rouge, lipstick, etc., if they are inadvertently allowed to enter the eye, it is likely to dye their original good conjunctiva yellow or pigmentation.
How to prevent cosmetic ophthalmopathy?
First of all, we should purchase cosmetics, such as the name, production unit, effective ingredients, function and service life of the products, and pay attention to whether the packaging is complete, whether there is deterioration, shrinkage and abnormal smell. Where the color is uneven or discolored, it is not of poor quality, but the growth of microorganisms. Secondly, it should be used reasonably. Once cosmetics are put into use, most of them can only be used for half a year or one year. It should be noted that hands should be washed before use to prevent pollution caused by hands. Cover immediately after use, and store in a dry and clean place with low shading and temperature. Cosmetics should be used exclusively by each person to prevent the skin and mucous membrane from infecting diseases after the cosmetics are polluted. Especially people with skin diseases should not share a kind of cosmetics with healthy people. Even if it is the same person, it is necessary to distinguish the healthy part from the diseased part. All cosmetics are externally applied and externally applied products, and care should be taken not to apply them into the eyes. Wash your hands after applying cosmetics. Never eat without washing your hands.
Don't let shampoo on the eyelids. Shampoo is very effective for cleaning hair, but it has a strong ability to absorb skin fat. If shampoo is applied to the eyelid, the sebum of the eyelid will be washed off together, resulting in dry eyelid skin. Do not know their own skin type, should not use cosmetics. There are mainly three types of skin: oily, neutral and dry. You can use a small piece of paper towel to wipe on both sides of the nose wing. The paper towel is full of grease, which belongs to oily skin. If there is no grease on the paper towel, it belongs to dry skin. If there is a little grease, it belongs to neutral skin. Do not make up every day, the average person had better have two days a week without make-up, so that the skin can rest. Do not mix and use cosmetics produced by multiple manufacturers. If you buy and use cosmetics from different manufacturers, you may have chemical reactions that are not conducive to the skin. It's safer to use cosmetics from the same manufacturer. Once there is a problem, the doctor can find out the reason.
Cosmetics and make-up tools should be specially used by each person. The brush and pen should be updated frequently. The inside and outside of the make-up box should be wiped and disinfected regularly with alcohol. Before making up, wash your hands and parts that need to be made up. Prevent bacteria from entering cosmetics. Be careful not to let cosmetics fall into your eyes. For example, close your eyes when dyeing, perming, powdering and tracing your eyes. Once you find cosmetics in your eyes, wash them with clean cold water immediately, and then apply eye ointment or use antibiotic eye drops. Before going to bed, make-up must be removed, because cosmetics are a mixture of many chemicals. If they stay on the skin surface for a long time, they will damage the structure of the skin. Those with high toxicity can also be absorbed through the skin, causing systemic toxic reaction. In addition, the skin is covered with a thick layer of cosmetics, which will also affect the "breathing" of the skin, hinder the excretion of sweat and sebum, and increase the chance of bacterial infection. When removing make-up from the eyes, the false eyelashes should be wiped with the make-up remover first, then removed, and then dipped in the make-up remover with a cotton stick to wipe off the cosmetics around the eyebrows and at the eyelashes. Finally, remove the cosmetics from other parts of the face, wash your face with soap, wipe the face with cotton soft soaked lotion, and then apply the cream and lotion.
Skin allergies caused by contact with cosmetics are the most common. When using new cosmetics that have never been used before, it is better to do skin allergy test, or skin contact test. The specific method is: the inner thigh is coated with new cosmetics of the size of a quarter, three times a day, three days of trial. Or apply some cosmetics under the ear twice a day for one week. If there is no abnormal reaction, you can use the cosmetics. Otherwise, keep away from the cosmetics. This kind of ophthalmopathy is mainly caused by itchy red pain in the eyes. If not treated, it can last for several days or months. In general, anti allergic and anti-inflammatory ophthalmic drugs such as cortisone acetate eye drops, flumetuan eye drops, sodium cromoglycate eye drops, bekamin eye drops, compound bear bile eye drops can reduce symptoms and shorten the course of disease. If you take the traditional Chinese medicine of dispelling wind, relieving itching and reducing redness internally, the effect will be faster, but you need to learn a lesson, put an end to direct damage or allergen, and avoid eye damage again.