Mascara for Sensitive Eyes
By Greer Mowen
Because of allergies I must use mascara for sensitive eyes. I found out about the
condition like you find out about most allergies. During the course of the day, my
eyes would become red and irritated. My first assumption was that it was the
mascara so I switched brands....about 4 times. Nothing seemed to help and while
at the doctor for a check-up I thought I would ask. I happened to wear mascara
that day and my eyes were starting to itch.
The recommendation from the doctor was to get some mascara for sensitive eyes. He said that
there were some that were specially formulated for my condition. He also highly recommended
that I try out some of the Organic Mascara brands that were on the market. He stated that he
had several patients that had good results with Organic mascara for sensitive eyes. He said
that regular mascara had a lot of preservatives and other chemicals that caused problems for
some women’s eyes. He even told me about a mascara blacklist of ingredients that cause
problems for our eyes. You can actually find that list on my website.
I had always purchased my mascara at a large local department store. I decided to look for
organic mascara online. It is so much easier to find the ingredients online and then check to
see what kind of effects the mascara might have on sensitive eyes. It was pleasantly surprised
to learn that there were several different manufacturers of mascara for sensitive eyes.
Even if something is organic, it does not mean that it can’t also be a volumizing mascara or a
waterproof mascara. Some of the best mascara I have purchased is not only waterproof
mascara but it is also a mascara for sensitive eyes. You do need to be check the ingredients on
even organic products as some plants and minerals still may cause you allergies but I have not
yet personally had that problem. Mascara with poison ivy is going to cause problems. Of
course that is NOT an ingredient in any mascara I am aware of, it does drive the point home
that just because something is organic, does not mean its 100% good for you.
Mascara for Sensitive Eyes – A Value Price
The most common question I get is in regard to cost. I do spend more on organic mascara than
on the regular mascara. The same 8 dollars I used to spend now costs me 12 to 15 dollars. I
don’t mind paying the extra money for two important reasons. The first is that my eyes are no
longer irritated. The other is more basic though as I feel a lot better about using organic
mascara and knowing that I am not applying some harsh chemicals to my eyes. There used to
be mercury in mascara to help kill germs. Do you know what is in regular mascara that you are
using today? have you put unknown chemicals on your skin? Do you have mascara blacklisted
chemicals on your face right now? I know what is in my mascara for sensitive eyes and I would
encourage you to do the same.
Greer Mowen had a problem with regular mascara and recently switched to mascara for
sensitive eyes on the advice of her doctor. She found the research she had done so important
that she shares her information on her website about Organic Mascara.