Corona virus is transmitted from makeup materials?

  Being one of the most important contamination points of the eyes in Corona virus epidemic, emphasizes eye hygiene even more. Professor of Oculoplastic Surgery Unit from the Turkish Society of Ophthalmology, representing Turkish ophthalmologists. Dr. Ferda Çiftçi said that hygiene is more important than ever, especially in the facial makeup of ladies. Make-up causes too much face contact

Make-up causes too much face contact

The fact that the eyes are one of the most important contamination places in the Corona virus outbreak further emphasizes eye hygiene. Professor of Oculoplastic Surgery Unit from the Turkish Society of Ophthalmology, representing Turkish ophthalmologists. Dr. Ferda Çiftçi said that hygiene is more important than ever, especially in the facial makeup of ladies.

Professor Çiftçi suggested that if make-up is absolutely necessary, attention should be paid to:

The farmer suggested paying attention to the following, if makeup is required:

Do not share your makeup materials with anyone. Common use is always risky. Do your makeup in sterile conditions, wash your hands beforehand. Do not use old or long-standing make-up. It can cause bacterial risks.

Avoid artificial eyelashes

Avoid artificial eyelashes

Do not apply liquid makeup to your lashes in this period. Use makeup materials such as eyeliner, eyebrow pencil, eyeshadow and around the eyes very very carefully. If possible, stay away from eye and eye contour makeup for a while. Do not use artificial eyelashes in this period.

Avoid contact with the eyes

Avoid contact with the eyes

Make sure that the make-up materials never come into contact with the eye, the mucous membrane of the eye. Avoid eye contact while cleaning makeup.

Those who wear contact lenses attention

Those who wear contact lenses attention

If you are a contact lens user, first put on the lens and then make up. When removing, first remove your makeup, then remove the contact lens. When placing or removing it, be sure to wash your hands before touching the lens.

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