Make Up Remover's Affect on the Eyes
Make up remover is used by many women but it can have consequences. Use of make up remover promotes inflammation, increasing risk for various eye conditions that occur in the front of the eye. Make up remover can increase your risk for dry eyes, infections, inflammatory disease, and thinning of the eyelids.
Alternatives to Industrial Make Up Remover
The best alternatives to your regular make up remover is Jojoba Oil or Argan Oil. Unlike traditional make up removers, these oils have anti inflammatory properties. They are used to help with skin infections, prevent skin aging, and improve wound healing.
So if you are noticing redness, irritation, or any other symptoms with your current make up remover, using an alternative may improve your eyes health. Make sure to consult your eye doctor if you have symptoms of any eye problem.
Lysle Shaw-McMinn, O.D.
Dr. Lysle graduated from Southern California College of Optometry in 2014. His knowledge of technology and enthusiasm for pediatric and senior care has brought him to work with us in Sun City Vision Center.
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