my parents are really considerate of the baby! For example, when you see that
the eyelashes are not long enough, try to make the lashes longer and longer! But the worry is that these parents do
not rely on scientific knowledge, but listen to rumors. For example, they heard
the idea that the eyelashes are getting longer. So cut the baby's eyelashes, I
hope the baby grows like a Barbie doll with beautiful eyelashes.
some parents force their children to cut their eyelashes, causing such
consequences. The eyes of the baby after being cut off the eyelashes are
inflamed for a week, really hurting the doll! The length of the eyelashes is
related to the genes that allow the child to develop naturally. In fact, this
will not only make the eyelashes long erbut also hurt the baby's eye skin. The
baby's eyelashes are the "barrier" of the eye. After cutting, dust,
bacteria, etc. are more likely to enter the eye, causing eye diseases, which is
not worth the loss.
accidentally did this: because I believe the older generation said, "If
you cut your eyelashes, you will grow longer," which will make your
eyelashes moister. According to some mothers, they really think they are
getting longer, but if they don’t cut them, it’s impossible to know what will
happen. Just want to cut the baby's eyelashes mother to think twice, because
cutting will hurt the baby's eyes! Overthrowing the older generation: Ophthalmologists
say that the length, thickness and beauty of the eyelashes are mainly related
to genetic factors and nutritional status. Cutting off the lashes
and allowing him to grow his eyelashes again does not change
his natural destiny. In fact, each eyelash has its life span. According to each
person's own metabolism, the eyelashes will change and grow at any time.
Generally speaking, the child changes once a month, the teenager changes every
two months, and the adult every time. Changed once every three months.
correct way to do this is: If your child has symptoms of trichiasis, the
mother's clothing can't cut the eyelashes by itself. The symptoms of trichiasis
are only temporary and will naturally disappear. If it really affects the
child's eyes, you should go to the hospital for treatment.