If there are ANY signs of blepharitis, your lash artist will want to remove all remaining extensions and perform a deep cleaning.
How do I get rid of blepharitis with eyelash extensions?
Management of blepharitis involves:
- warm compresses, to loosen crusts.
- lid cleansing, to remove crusts.
- massage, to express the small oil glands of the eyelids.
Why you should not do eyelash extensions?
risks of eyelash extensions
swelling. temporary or permanent loss of eyelashes. skin irritation of the eyelid. infection of the eyelid or cornea.
What ingredients to avoid with lash extensions?
Avoid anything with PEG (Polyethylene Glycol), Hexalene Glycol, Butylene or Propylene Glycol), which are often found in oil-free removers—they can break down the lash adhesive.
What is the fastest way to cure blepharitis?
Apply a warm washcloth to your closed eyelids for up to five minutes. Gently rub your closed eyelids with a diluted solution of baby shampoo. Use a clean washcloth or clean fingers. You might need to hold the lid away from your eye to rub along the lash margin.
Are lash extensions or lash lifts better?
Remember: lash lifts don’t actually add any length or volume. If that’s what you’re looking for, you might be better off going for eyelash extensions. On the other hand, though, if you love your natural lashes and only want to give them a slight boost, a lash lift would be perfect for you.
How many eyelash mites do we have?
Different Types of Demodex
There are around 65 species of Demodex known but only two of them live on humans (that’s a slight sigh of relief).