Microorganisms live in our face, around our eyes, especially in our eyelids, as in our hands. These organisms, including bacteria, can easily settle in eyelashes and pupils during make-up.
The most important first step in avoiding this condition, which can result in skin and eye infections, is to use hygienic makeup. An outdated 500 percent chance mascara in 2017 could cause an eye infection. However, scientific research published in the journals Health Promotion Perspectives and the International Journal of Cosmetic Science has indicated that the bacteria that cause infection are usually present in eye makeup products, especially Volume 6 mascara recommendations.
Experts recommend renewing your mascara from 2 to 4 months. If you insist on using your mascara for longer, never try to open your drying mascara with water. Be sure to consult an ophthalmologist if you are observing symptoms such as redness, swelling and itching in your eyes, although driving is not caused by mascara.
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