Eyelashes that rub against the cornea (the transparent front of the eye) for a long time could cause eye irritation or a more serious condition on the surface of the eye. This can cause infections and scarring. It could even affect your eyesight. Usually, an eyelash in the eye is a temporary inconvenience that you can quickly resolve.
Placing small objects close to the eye always risks injuring the cornea. This can be quite serious if, for example, false eyelashes irritate the cornea or if the glue thickens and falls on the eye scratching the cornea. Trichosis is a common eyelash problem that causes eyelashes to grow abnormally. Instead of growing outward, some eyelashes may grow inward toward the eye.
Because eyelashes are often very thick, trichiasis can feel like a needle puncturing the eye and often causes pain and irritation, but it can also damage the eye if it doesn't resolve. If only a few eyelashes are affected, most ophthalmologists (ophthalmologists) will start waxing, plucking the eyelashes from the root, but this is usually a temporary solution. Acanthamoeba keratitis is rare, but researchers say that people who wear disposable contact lenses have a higher risk of contracting a serious eye infection. If you're wearing false eyelashes or are considering doing so, it's important to know that every time you have a foreign object close to your eye, there is a risk factor.
Trichosis can cause eyelashes to rub against the conjunctiva and the cornea, causing pain and irritation. Repeated attempts to remove an eyelash from an eye can scratch and irritate the cornea, increasing the risk of eye infections. While your eyes are fairly safe when in contact with small amounts of glue for eyelash extensions, you should always take precautions to prevent the glue from getting into your eyes. If you feel like you have an eyelash in your eye but can't find it, there may be something else at play.
But as we continue to find new ways to extend our eyelashes, have we considered their importance? In addition to the mythical powers of granting wishes when they fall out, eyelashes actually play a crucial role in protecting our vision, and their natural length largely has to do with this. In some situations, you may need the help of an ophthalmologist or optometrist to safely remove the eyelash. When eyelash extensions are applied correctly and at a distance of at least 0.5 mm from the eyelids, this should not be a problem. If an eyelash has been floating in your eye for about a minute or so, it can start to drive you a little crazy.
Remind everyone that it's important to consider the potential dangers that eyelash extensions can cause, since mascara is still the safest option for achieving a long eyelash look, which also allows you to better protect your eyes.