I have dry eyelids. Help!


chercher
on Apr 19, 2012 @ 04:45 pm


i started having dry eyelids after taking diet pills. But i dont want to stop using it since it is very effective. I want a cure for my dry eyelids though without giving up my diet pills.
Any suggestions? I want a homemade moisturiser of some sorts.
 

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Bren
Olive Or Almond on Apr 19, 2012 @ 09:05 pm

If you want something natural to try I would try Olive Oil or Almond Oil :)
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chercher
I have dry eyelids. Help! on Apr 20, 2012 @ 08:37 am


Thanks i will try that. Im currently using Sunflower oil but it seems like its not working. But i will consider those oils too. Thanks.
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Aliza
Eczema? on Apr 20, 2012 @ 08:40 am

I have dry eyelids as well due to my Eczema. I use Aveeno for Baby Eczema formula and found it works amazing on my eyelids. I just put a tiny dab on it and they dryness and itchyness is gone. I bought mine in the states as the ingredients are different and another friend had recommended it.
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chercher
Eczema on Apr 20, 2012 @ 08:46 am

Oh. Ok i will try Aveeno as well. Im not sure if this is Eczema or somethin. n fact its quite making me feel uncomfortable already. And its flaky and im feeling a burning sensation everytime i put face mist on it. So im also not sure if putting face mist is a good idea. Im currently using Evian Face mist then i will slather on sunflower oil. Its now the 5th day, and it looks like its still not healing. I will try to look for Aveeno. Thanks a lot.
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Aliza
See a doctor if it persists on Apr 20, 2012 @ 08:49 am

You may want to see a Dr if it persists. It may be the mist or a makeup that you're using that may have caused this to your skin. That's what I thought at first until I saw my Dr and found out it was Eczema. I use the cream on my eyelids now and it helps alot! Also, with the pills your diet has changed. I found that my Eczema flared up more when I consumed dairy and gluten. So I have now moved to a fairly gluten and dairy free diet.
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Bren
Aloe on Apr 20, 2012 @ 12:52 pm

You can also try Aloe Vera that may be really healing and soothing...But make sure its very natural Aloe its better yet if you have a Aloe plant!Also as Alize mentioned talk to your doctor about what is happening he may have a suggestion or a alternative pill.Good luck :)
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sirenstarlight
Aloe! on Apr 20, 2012 @ 01:28 pm

I second the aloe plant recommendation!
Aloe plants are a great investment anyways.
They are good for so many skin issues! :)
And easy to care for! :)
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Bren
Aloe on Apr 20, 2012 @ 01:37 pm

@Siren there is another lady on here who has the best luck growing Aloe!!!I have tried and tried because I LOVE the Aloe for making masks,skin care,first aid you name it its the best...But I cannot grow it I've tried different pots,I water it from the bottom as suggested and try not to water it to much but it always rots on me.How are you ladies so lucky with this plant!This is the only plant that I cannot grow everything else does wonderfully in my place...
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chercher
Thanks on Apr 20, 2012 @ 01:55 pm


Thanks for all the tips. Ill make a mental note of those things.
Someone also said CAstor oil is good for the skin? im not so sure if its really true but i will make sure to go see a dermatologist first i guess. But thank you all guys for the tips and feedbacks. I greatly appreciate it.
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Bren
Yes on Apr 20, 2012 @ 03:41 pm

Actually yes castor oil is very good as well :)
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