Makeup Can Affect Dry Eyes
Many women suffer from dry eyes because they frequently use eye make-up. Then they have to find some sort of eye relief and wonder why it happened in the first place.
This is because some eye make-up contains chemicals that can cause irritation to the eyes, because it is so thick and greasy. It can also cause irritation if applied too close to the tear duct or eyelid.
For example, if eyeliner is put on the eyelid margin, it can act as a bridge, which will allow oils in the skin to taint the natural tear oil and cause an infection or worse. This results in symptoms often associated with eyes when it gets dry. Once your eyes are infected, it’s important to seek some eye relief as soon as possible so that the eye condition does not get worse.
Dry eye problems also arise after using certain make-up removal products, because they don’t necessarily remove the make-up.
Instead, the oils from the make-up get mixed in with the natural oils in the eyes and tear ducts. This can also cause irritation.
Once this symptom occurs, you should seek some type of eye relief. The redness, itchiness, and irritation in your eyes can be eased with the use of eye drops or a cold compress.
But if you are seeking long-lasting eye relief, consider using artificial tears. Artificial tears are made to replicate the all-natural solution produced by your own tear glands. They provide moisture, soothe the irritation, and ease the redness of the eyes.
Artificial tears are a mainstay in treating a host of eye conditions, but most people are confused about the best ones to use.
To learn more about the right kind of artificial tears, check out my free guide, Dry Eye Relief Doesn’t Come in a Bottle. This informative e-guide will help you find the right kind of artificial tear treatment for you, without the hassle of having to figure it out on your own.