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Is eyemasagors useful for dark circles and wrinkles?
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Dr. Andrew Shatz
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Possibly dangerous
The eye is a very fragile structure that is not meant to be pushed, prodded or vigorously rubbed.
In fact, our brows and cheekbones are meant to protect it from being directly hit. Rubbing the eyes can increase their pressures up to 5 times! massagers have been shown to cause corneal injury, leading to scarring and decreased vision. See an eye doctor about safer treatment options.

In brief: Possibly dangerous
The eye is a very fragile structure that is not meant to be pushed, prodded or vigorously rubbed.
In fact, our brows and cheekbones are meant to protect it from being directly hit. Rubbing the eyes can increase their pressures up to 5 times! massagers have been shown to cause corneal injury, leading to scarring and decreased vision. See an eye doctor about safer treatment options.
Dr. Andrew Shatz
Dr. Andrew Shatz
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Dr. Edward Junn
Emergency Medicine
In brief: Most likely not
Please see your doctor to properly diagnose the cause.
There are medical conditions associated with dark circles such allergies, anemia and chronic diseases.

In brief: Most likely not
Please see your doctor to properly diagnose the cause.
There are medical conditions associated with dark circles such allergies, anemia and chronic diseases.
Dr. Edward Junn
Dr. Edward Junn
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