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How To Properly Handle Bloodshot Eyes After Lash Extensions?

Treat Bloodshot Eyes After Eyelash Extensions

There may be many people who feel discomfort in the eyes after Lash Extensions, so how to properly deal with Bloodshot Eyes after Eyelash Extensions?

Eye Drops:

Go for eye drops as it can effectively relieve your uncomfortable symptoms. But what you need to know is to use eye drops correctly to achieve this effect.However, if the red eyes persist longer than two to three days or for extreme allergic reactions you should seek professional help from a doctor.

Cold And Warm Compress:

If you complain of irritation or burning sensation in the salon, you should inform the beautician immediately and they will provide you with a cold compress to soothe the irritated area. Applying a cold or warm ice pack for ten minutes is an excellent way to relieve the symptoms of red eyes.

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Oral Antihistamines:

An OTC histamine tablet may quickly relieve symptoms when you have an allergic reaction.

Hydrocortisone Cream:

It may take several hours or even days for red eyes to heal after the initial irritation. To increase client comfort during the healing process topical creams like cortisone cream and Benadryl can be used to manage symptoms.

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Besides soothing the discomforts that appear with bloodshot eyes, teabags can also help you cope with eye pain.


Whether you have hypersensitive eyes or a reaction to lash adhesive fumes, Benadryl can ease the red eyes, irritations, and swelling.

Witch Hazel:

This is an excellent home remedy to reduce constrictions around the blood vessels of your eye. You can apply it using lint-free cotton.

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