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What should i do if moisturizer gets in my eye?

It is really uncomfortable that some moisturizer gets into my eyes. What should i do now? Any suggestion?
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  • Lindsay


    Moisturizer can certainly harm your eyes - these are very strong chemicals, and they can do a lot of damage. If moisturizer comes into contact with the eyes it can cause rather severe irritation. In most cases, it will not do any permanent damage, but it is always better to be on the safe side. If you have happened to get some moisturizer in your eyes, the first thing you should do is of course wash it out. Flush your eyes with plain water for at least five minutes. After you finish washing it out, then you also need to look at your eye in the mirror. If you see a lot of redness, if you can't actually open your eye, if you have a lot of pain, or if your vision is still blurry, then you need to get it evaluated either by an eye doctor or go into the emergency room.
  • creepozoid


    It is very uncomfortable to get moisturizer into eyes. It is hard to open your eye. You feel vision totally blurred. Eyes are burn, with a lot of tear running out. Immediately pull your lid and use running water to wash the moisturizer out. Keep washing your eye until the burn is gone. When you open your eyes, you might find your eyes are red. Have a rest of your eyes. The redness will gradually gone off, so as the pain in eyes. If the redness still doesn't go, you still feel vision blurred, eyes burn for a long time, you should go to see the doctor to make sure is there serious problem caused to your eyes. er soon.
  • Makayla raphael


    Well, as far as I know, moisturizer is one of the cosmetic products that is used to keep your skin moist and look good. Since it is made of up chemical things and other plant essentials, it would be harmful if you let it get into your eyes. For the time being, you gotta get some clean water with salt to thoroughly wash your eyes. If you don't feel any better, go to visit an eye clinic.