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Loss Of Eyelashes ::Dermatological/Dermatitis Issue:: Advice
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Tue Jun 12, 2007 5:29 am      Reply with quote
Hi, This is my first post & in much need of some advice having just got back from seeing a dermatologist regarding my Dermatitis issue. It was suggested the dermatitis could revolve around falling or loss of eyelashes that lay on the skin (which mine is hyper-sensitive) without me knowing & causing the dermatitis from the bacteria present on the eyelash just under the circles of the eyes.

This is where I need some advice from you guys. I'm a male & I'm thinking about totally getting rid of my eyelashes altogether to avoid this dermatitis related issue flaring back up in the future.

What I need to know is please, Will getting rid of my eyelashes altogether make me look any different from having a full set of lashes???... (I don't want to look like a freak but I need to have peace of mind when I go out that I don't have an eyelash reacting & flaring my skin up).

And also, Are there any beauty accessories available which deal with getting rid of eyelashes you would advise on me purchasing.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated, as many of you know, skin problems cause a whole host of mental issues.

Kind Regards.
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Tue Jun 12, 2007 11:10 am      Reply with quote
Do not know if my info would help you, since you might have something different altogether.

I used to have very red sore flaking skin right in the area where my lashes grow. Plus the eye lids were sort of sore. It lasted a while and creams did not help. I started using castor oil on these areas, at night, before I went to bed. And it did help tremendously. I have been using castor oil ever since, for years, and I practically do not have any fine lines around my eyes, I attribute it to using castor oil. The oil is very thick; you need just a little drop of it.

Another friend of mine had similar condition only with eye brows, and I recommended her to use castor oil on that area. She had the same outcome, both of us are happy campers.

Maybe you do not to remove the eyelashes if this is similar to the condition I described.
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Wed Jun 13, 2007 10:59 am      Reply with quote
…. another thought…. I just want to try to preserve your eye lashes if it is possible.

In addition (or instead) of castor oil you can try emu oil. Emu oil has great skin healing properties. It helps with eczema, psoriasis, and other skin conditions. You can do a search on it and find info along with pictures. My husband used it and it helped him with skin problems.

Regarding removing eye lashes. You probably would look different without those from your usual look. However if it indeed helps you from health perspective this is definitely something to consider. You can try to remove just lower eye lashes first and see how it goes, weather it helps the problem or not. The eye lashes will grow back eventually, but at least you’ll know if they are the cause. Regarding the tools: good tweezers is the simplest option as painful as it sounds…

Hopefully someone on this forum can provide you more feedback
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