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Blepharitis


✨ Educational post without the intention of any client shaming ✨

There is no exact reason for the cause of Blepharitis. It is believed to be associated with:

  • Clogging of oil glands in the eyelids which causes inflammation,

  • Dandruff of the scalp and eyebrows.

  • Bacterial infection.

  • Mites in eyebrows and eyelashes.

  • Rosacea - redness of face.

  • Allergic reactions to certain eye medications, contact lens solutions or eye makeup.


IT IS ESSENTIAL TO WASH YOUR LASHES AND MAINTAIN THE PROPER CARE TO MAKE SURE YOU TAKE CARE OF YOUR NATURAL LASH HEALTH, AND RETENTION. Prioritize your self-care! 💕


How to spot it? The eyelids become irritated and itchy, and appear crusty with scales that cling to your lash line and eyelid.


How to avoid it? WASH THOSE LASHES. AVOID RUBBING EYES. AVOID TOUCHING EYES WITH DIRTY HANDS.


If untreated, it may lead to complications such as:

  • Eyelash problems

  • Eyelid skin problems

  • Excess tearing or dry eyes

  • Difficulty wearing contact lenses

  • Stye

  • Chalazion - (A small, usually painless lump on the edge of the eyelid, caused by blockage of the gland at the base of an eyelash).

  • Injury to the cornea.


Lash wash available at the studio, also online. If you have any allergies that you feel uneasy about, i would also recommend the use of a warm compress, baby soap and micellar water to really cleanse those lashes!



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