If you have dry eyes or irritated eyes, you just-might have crusty-critters nesting in your lashes.
My eye doctor
told me that microscopic "junk" builds-up at the base of our eyelashes, causing chronic eye irritations. Overtime, most of us develop dry eyes and when we add "dry eyes" to our ongoing eye irritations----we can expect our eyes to be very unhappy.
My Ophthalmologist "opened my eyes" to a new program of eye cleaning which has improved my eye irritation while diminishing the puffiness around my eyes And---the solution contains no chemicals to
make my eyes "cry". IT'S A NO-MORE-TEARS-SHAMPOO ---MADE--EXCLUSIVELY-- FOR BABIES. I’m pleased to announce that---between the eye-cleaning, warm packs, and eye drops that contain sodium---my eyes have dramatically improved.
I don't wear serious makeup these days unless I'm making a public appearance. No longer do I dread removing my mascara due to sensitive eyes and skin. Now, I simply use cotton pads that contain a few drops
of baby shampoo and gently wipe my eyes clean, then complete the process by wiping both eyes with cotton pads dipped in cold water…until clear. Very gently, I blot the area dry, knowing my eyes are much-happier with my latest problem-solver!
Nope, I do not receive a monetary reward from JOHNSON'S for this endorsement! I simply want to share my inexpensive solution for a recurring eye problem AND a decades-old eye-makeup-removal-dilemma.
I suggest everyone buy the travel size bottles of baby shampoo. Because you use such a small amount, there's no need to purchase a large bottle. I buy my travel-size baby shampoo at Dollar General
or Walmart for less than two dollars each. Even though the trail size bottles I buy are labeled with names like "Equate", "Super Value" or "DG"... Their ingredients are the same as "Johnson's". Once upon a time-- I was the PR Director for a packaging
company in New Jersey and quickly learned that the "formula" for the expensive brands and the cheap brands are all "poured" from the same container. It's the packaging and the label that make the difference.
Remember: just a few drops go a long way. I keep a bottle of baby shampoo in the shower and one on my bathroom vanity. Once a day, I put a small drop of baby shampoo on a slightly-wet cotton pad and lightly wash the area at the
base of my upper and lower eyelashes. AND REMEMBER: DON’T RUB YOUR EYES.
I rinse both eyes thoroughly with cold water then gently pat my eye area dry with
a soft cloth. WARNING: Use different cleansing pads for each eye. NEVER take a chance on spreading irritation or infection from one eye to the other.
POLISH YOUR SILVER
regularly. I've been creating and developing SILVER POLISHE tips for years; I use each one with confidence. Best of all, my tips, suggestions, and ideas are simple, inexpensive, helpful, and safe.
Sure, it takes extra time out of your day to "polish" but, I consider the extra time--- a good investment.
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