come__tomorrowWell, when blood and other fluids collect in the space around the eye, a black eye can occur. And according to some researches, it is often caused by the injury to the eyes, face or the head. And air bag can also lead to injury to your eyes, leading to black eyes. In the case of a car air bag inflating, eye injuries can occur. The force of impact can cause a blow to the eye, foreign objects may enter the eye, and chemicals in the air bag can burn the eye. And then, you will get black eyes. To treat a black eye, you can try using ice to reduce the swelling caused by a black eye. In this way, the bruising will start fading in a few days. And then, go and see the eye doctor as soon as possible.12/20/2012
amandaI never heard that air bag can cause a black eyes. And i don't think it will hurt the eyes. Airbag is a vehicle safety device. The purpose of using airbag is to cushion occupant and protect people if a crash happen. From this point, airbag has no connection to black eyes. And black eyes may occurs when you get a hit on the eyes. So, just take care of yourself and stop to think such things.01/02/2013
Anthony cecilYes, it is possible for you to get black eyes from an airbag because of the air impact. The eyes pressure will get high. You should protect the eyes carefully. Your black eyes could be treated well through the warm compress. You could just find the clean cloth and hot water. You could also use the oil essentials to reduce the black eyes.01/06/2013
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