Well, it seems that you would like to apply mascara to your eyes on a regular basis. Despite the fact that it would make your eyes appear more attractive. However, there are some setbacks in the meantime. For example, it would give rise to blepharitis which is a serious problem, because of chemical stuff and some bacteria. Therefore, I suggest that you reduce the times using mascara.
Yes, Heavy mascara can weigh down lashes and cause them to fall out. Formulas designed for maximum volume work to coat each lash, but this could be damaging for delicate lashes. Then it will make you get blepharitis.
In order to cure it, you need to clean the eyelid scrupulously twice a day. The bacteria depend on skin oils to reproduce, so a gentle scrub with baby shampoo and a cotton swab can control their growth. You can also purchase commercially prepared lid scrub pads from your pharmacy.
Yes, the mascara can cause blepharitis because of the inner infectious bacterium. Blepharitis is the chronic inflammation in the blepharitis skin and eyelash root which has a tendency to recur. It is often caused by chronic conjunctivitis, refractive error, dusty environment or irritating gas which long-term stimulating the body, weak life and so on. Once you get the blepharitis, the self-conscious symptom is urticant painful eye, dry feeling and visual fatigue and so on. In some cases, the bacteria infection affected part of the eyes. In some deteriorating and serious situations, blepharitis may appear small ulcer which makes eyelash off palpebral scurfy into intraocular and lastly it can cause conjunctivitis. You'd better not use the mascara often which will cause the blepharitis which will make you feel so uncomfortable feeling. If you get blepharitis, youâ€™d better go to o hospital to accept the treatment.