Horrifying Video Shows Hundreds of Mites, Lice and Bacteria in Woman’s Eyelashes After Using Extensions
After applying fake eyelashes, this woman has hundreds of lice sticking to the eyelashes that make the audience feel tingling!
The lushes eyelashes make eyes more glittery and appealing. However, utilizing false eyelashes often can be harming.
Fake eyelashes extensions are an essential part of numerous women's makeup kits.
To satisfy such beauty demands, spas are sprouting at an affordable price. If you think that the link is only outside and no damage or health effects can occur, think again before it's too late.
Putting on Thicker lashes requires glue to stick, to prevent them from falling out, yet not many women clean their skin which creates the perfect condition for lice and bacteria to grow and live.
Tiny bacteriae are challenging to see with the naked eye and can cause itching, inflammation, swelling, and so on.
Besides, having them attached can have terrible repercussions like this:
Loss of Natural Eyelashes
The false eyelashes put on top of the eyelashes can interfere with proper nourishment, blood circulation, and can result in loss of eyelashes if left untreated. The eyelashes extensions are light-weight, but after a long period of use, they will trigger the eyelids to damage, triggering the eyelid to fall.
You do not know how high the quality of the glue is, whether it is lotion or cream, which is likely harmful to the eye. Long-lasting will cause conjunctivitis, redness, tearing and infections.
Also, this procedure of beauty is more prone to inflammation of the eyelid or in the eyelids discomfort, often on the sides, gushing copious tears, dry eyes, the particles stick in the eyelashes.
Acne can also trigger frequent itchy eye discomfort or corneal damage and can cause a corneal ulcer if scratched continuously. Eyelash extensions reduce the protection of the real eye, and the glue dust absorbs dirt. Many individuals develop conjunctivitis only after some months using false eyelashes.
After 24 hours, the glue is completely dry, throughout which time you rub your eyes - This will cause the adhesive to fall forward because it includes chemical characters, so they make you feel bothersome. If you have a tear, itch, or inflammation, after applying fake eyelash extensions, remove them and clean your eyes with a diluted saline solution.