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... As long as your friend just singed his eyelashes and didn't damage the eyelid, they will grow back no problem. ... (2 replies)
... My frnd is in need of some sort of remedy. His friend and him were fooling around when he burned his eyelashes with a lighter. I dont know how bad it is cuz i havent seen it yet, but i told him i would help him find some information out. ... (2 replies)
... My husband burned his cornea thirty years ago and has been pulling out eyelashes regularly ever since. Not too encouraging, huh? ... (1 replies)

... Boy, he should be so thankful that he didn't hurt his eye! I believe they will grow back. I wonder if he should still get it checked out by a ophthalmologist to make sure no eyelid damage was done. I have read that castor oil can help eyelash growth. I have no idea how true that is but I have been using it for awhile now and my lashes look a lot better. Not sure if I can... (2 replies)
Harmed eye?
Apr 20, 2010
... Twas smoking and the match flared up and burned my eyelashes. What are the symptoms of having hurt part of the eye and what are the chances that I have hurt it. More like what should I do? ... (0 replies)
... seconds.. well what i noticed was the lining of my top eyelid is like RED.. very red. this morning when i put in my contacts the lining of my eye lid actually BURNED for like 5 good seconds. ... (2 replies)
... My husband burned his cornea 30 years ago and has been pulling out lower eyelashes ever since. His specialist suggested cauterization to him as well. ... (3 replies)
Blurry spot in eye
Dec 12, 2005
... s lighting a cigarette and i guess the flame was too high and i don't even remember what happened, but I guess the heat or fumes or something came up to high and burned some of my eyelashes and my eyebrow. ... (3 replies)
... that you use to very gently scrub the base of your eyelashes. He said that if I'm not allergic to it, it would be a good thing for me to use. I tried it, and it burned a little bit, but so far so good. ... (20 replies)
... I used the cream once, but it burned badly, so I never used it again. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Mont, Thanks for replying me. I had blepharitis for a long time, but it never bother me at all. It just itchy only and often loss of eyelashes. Due to the lasik last four months, I started having irritated eyes all the time. My eyes are not burned, but it is very very stick and something in the eye feelings. It is unbearable. How can you put up with this problem for... (20 replies)
Jul 31, 2003
... Janetto - I just use WARM tap water for my compresses (I made the mistake of using a HOT compress once and I burned my eyelids - very painful!). Also, I don't use rags for my compresses anymore - too much laundry. Now I use those round pieces of cotton that are normally used for removing cosmetics. They work GREAT!. I just put the pieces of cotton under the warm tap water then... (11 replies)
A.m. dryness
Jun 25, 2003
... ed from it, I wouldn't mind using them. I did notice that last night after I used it for 15 minutes, when I took it off my eyes were much stickier than usual. My eyelashes were also a little matted. I guess that means that stuff is draining out of my blocked tear glands. That's just a lovely thought. Eeeeewww. ... (19 replies)
... e schirmer test. I said "Ok, whatever. Just do it and get it over with." Well, first the strips would not stay in my eyes. Then when he finally got them in, they burned like crazy and made my eyes beet red. A normal reaction, according to the dr. ... (93 replies)

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