Well, there are many causes of dry eyelids. Let's make a list:
1.The side effect of certain make-up or cosmetics applied to your eyes, such as eyeliner, eye shadow, foundation, etc.
2.The side effect of the hair dye, eyelash curlers,shampoo or cleansers.
3.The allergy to some food you eat
4.Dermatosis like eczema and psoriasis.
5. Hydropenia, you may have a lack of water inside your body.
Here are some treatment for you:
1.Find out the allergen and keep yourself away from it.
2.Apply some special eyelid gel or moisturizer
3.Hot compress your eyelids to soften the dry skin on your eyelids and help the dead skin cell fall faster.
Well, according to your description, I have to say that you may suffer dry eyes. So just be careful about it. Generally speaking, if you do not have the necessary balance of three layers in your eyes, dry eyes can be possible. Also, if your eyes do not make enough tears to coat the eye, you may have it too. And when it occurs, just like you said, your eye lids will be dry, even your eyes. In that way, your eyes will feel discomfort. In some serious cases, some other symptoms such as burning, redness, and blurred vision can be possible. For your situation, I will suggest you have some moisture on your eyelids, and just repeat it. Also, drinking more water can be effective. By the way, eye drops should be used too. In daily life, just eat more fruits.
All right, looks like there is something wrong with your eyes. Anyway, that would be a sign of dry eyes, which would give rise to a lot of symptoms such as watery eyes, crusty eyes, blurry vision etc. So you should try to get eye drops and take more rest on a regular basis. In addition, you should get to use your eyes wisely and avoid bad use of them.
Dry eyelid skin is really uncomfortable and it may cause other eye problems, such as itchy eyes red eyes and swelling eyes . In fact, dry eyelids can be caused by many factors. For example, if you are infected by bacterium, or you get inflammation, then it is easy to get dry eyelids. Besides, too much soapy water when you wash your face, or exposure to harsh chemicals, may be one of the reasons. Here are some tips for your consideration:
1. You can use some moisturizing creams.
2. Wash your eyelids with baby shampoo, and remember keep your hands clean.
3. Avoid using cosmetic and rubbing your eyes.
4. Keep a healthy and sanitary life.