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Eyelid Burn Due To Eyebrow Waxing
Can threading or waxing eyebrows repeatedly for many years cause wrinkles or sagging skin around the eyes?
No: It won't cause skin damage. Over time, the hair follicles will regress and the area will be hair-free if you keep plucking. ...Read more
Give it time: There isn't much you can do to speed up healing. You are 18 and so should heal relatively fast. Just keep area dry and clean and once healed, you may use some vitamine to hopefully minimize scarring. Also, use of sunscreen is important because that area is more susceptible to sun damage. Becareful. Good luck. ...Read more
That depends: Treatment of the wrinkle in lower eye lids depends on your age and the reason why they have formed. If its loss of volume in the cheek and lower lid, then fat transfer is the best way for treatment. If it smoking, sun exposure and illness without the volume loss, then laser or chemical peels will help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can be conjunctivitis make base of eyelashes (skin around eyelashes which near eyecorner) n eyecorner (in eye + skin) itch n dry eye?
Pink Eye: The symptoms of pinkeye differ based on the cause of the inflammation. Symptoms may include: redness in the white of the eye or inner eyelid, increased amount of tears, thick yellow discharge that crusts over the eyelashes, especially after sleep, green or white discharge from the eye, itchy eyes, burning eyes, blurred vision, increased sensitivity to light.The treatment for pinkeye depends on the cause. ...Read more
Does waxing chest/back hair cause any serious health problems like cancer ? Can waxing eyebrows cause you to lose sight by pulling hair close to eyes
Eyelid skin going white and hair of eyebrow slightly turning white too. Vitiligo? Or reaction to makeup? Is it serious?
Could be either: But not serious, hold the eyeliner for at least a week, if the poblem persists may be it is a pigmentation problem, arrange to see a dermatologist, goodluck ...Read more
See below: Laser hair removal may provide a more permanent answer. Infrared heat is no better than a warm compress. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Dry patches on face cheeks and around the eyes. Looks like atopic dermatitis. Could be due to doing warm compresses for MGD?How to repair skin barrier
There are several products which can be used. I would suggest a major brand line cream for eczema. Use the product three times daily, Avoid immersion of face in water for more than brief time periods. An hypoallergenic facial wash and no make up products may also help
If these measures do not provide improvement, then please see your PCP.
If the rash is generalized, please see your Dermatologist. ...Read more
Is oil on your face skin supposed to be stingy to EYES? Stings when oil gets in, eg. Squinting, crying. I put no chemical on skin. Use chem- free soap
Yes, it can. : Many skin surface secretions around the eyes & eyelids, such as oil & perspiration, may enter the eyes after crying, sweating, &rubbing. Also deposits from the environment that you live in May adhere to the periocular skin and may be introduced as above. Some of these may be more irritating than others, especially salty sweat. Washing face & eyelids with gentle soap & water & artif. Tears Help ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My right eyelid is puffy. From tear duct to brow bone. No sty. No redness in the eye. After the puffy goes away my eyelid skin sheds.
Face burn due to waxing how to teat this my face turned dark red.what can i apply on face desonide cream will work?
My top eyelids puffy due to oil gland buildup .Can i put a cream on top eyelid to soften or mayb reduce inflammatory look?
Sounds allergic: What you describe sounds more like a allergic reaction to something you put on your eyelids. I would avoid all make up and try to find out what is causing this. You can use a steroid used for eyelids but this should be prescribed for you after you have been seen by an MD as you cannot just put any steroid on the eyelid. Duct inflammation another possible cause. See MD for proper diagnosis. ...Read more
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