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Home Health & Fitness FALSE EYELASHES ARE HAZADOUS DR. BOJANG

FALSE EYELASHES ARE HAZADOUS DR. BOJANG

BY ARAMATA JATTA

False eyelashes are popular among women globally as they enhance looks. Usually, false eyelashes are made from synthetic material while some are made from human hair.

Dr.Bojang an eye specialist told the Daily News that false eyelashes can put one’s vision at risk. He said anytime you have a foreign object near your eye, there is the potential for something to go wrong.

Explaining the negative effects of false lashes, Dr.Bojang said the most common problems associated with wearing fake eyelashes can cause: eye injuries and infections, allergic reactions, and damage to your natural lashes and even lead to losing your vision.

Beauty chain stores, Superdrug have said that they sell over 4 million pairs of false eyelashes every year, and that women of all ages are buying into the trend.

According to Sarata,  a woman who dislikes false eyelashes , said fake lashes may look good but they are not the best for the health of the eye ,saying ” We are all beautiful in our own way”.

Sarata continued by saying “left to me alone no one will fix false lashes.

Mariama Njie discouraged the use of false lashes while urging women to be content with what God has given them.

However Njie concluded that “there are a number of reasons that people should think twice before donning their eyes with the latest trends”.

 

 

 

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