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Josh


01/15/2013

Is olive oil safe for eyes?

Is it Ok to get a bit of olive oil into eyes? Or it will cause some eye damages? What should i do?
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  • Christina keith

    01/20/2013

    Olive oil is rich in antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrition which are proved to of great value for the make-up and protection of the eye. And it is utterly safe to apply natural and pure olive oils to the eye. Olive oil is mostly seen as an eye make-up remover which will safely remove any eyeshadow and waterproof mascara. And you can also use olive oil to add more moisture to the skin around the eye, renewing and refreshing it. Qualified eye scream making from manuka oil are much wilder and safer than those made from other ingredients. Whether for male or female, olive oil is a safe and second-to-none choice for eye protection.
  • Josh

    01/28/2013

    Olive oil is one of aromatherapy, which is a form of alternative medicine that uses volatile plant materials, known as essential oils. These kinds of oil is good for eyes and other parts of body. And if you have no anything wrong with your eyes, it's okay that olive oil entered your eyes by accident. Because olive oil just works for puffy eyes, black eyes and dry eyes. But it doesn't matter, you just need to clean them up in time. Firstly, flush your eyes with warm and clean water without any facial cleanser. Second apply a warm and watery towel compress eyes for 5 minutes. Thirdly, if your eyes still feel irritation or pain, drop some basic eye drops which may reduce your uncomfortable. When this foreign matter enters eyes, your eyes will pain and redness. But you'll be fine and they are hardly to damage eyes except your eyes injured before. However, in order to avoid potential eye diseases, you'd better ask a s doctor to describe your condition and seek some good remedies.
  • Erin

    01/16/2013

    The discomfort and blurred vision may disturb you, but olive oil can damage your eyes, which means there's no need for you to worry. However, you need to do some remedies to reduce the discomfort. Firstly, wash your eyes with pure water or physiological saline, by the way, milk can also be helpful. Then, slightly rub your eyes with your clean hands. Blink your eyes for a while, then wash them again. Use some artificial tears to relieve your eyes in the end.
  • b3autyqu33nof17

    05/19/2015

    In general, natural oils can be used as skin care products or even to take off eye makeup. Because products can vary in their purity and composition, it is advised that you discontinue use if you experience any eye or skin irritation.
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