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Old 06-29-2016, 02:29 AM #7 (permalink)
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Default Re: Trouble in Paradise

On baby shampoo in the eyes.

I went to get set up for reading glasses a few years ago.

I've had this little lump on an eyelid for about 15 years. Sometimes it would be a bit irritated but I really hadn't thought much about it. It had been there since I had one big allergic reaction to an eye antibiotic.

Well the optometrist said to me you have a xxx (whatever the medical term was for this little lump). He said - this sounds strange but if you start washing that eye with baby shampoo, it may take a couple of months, but it will get rid of it. He said baby shampoo is the same ph as the eye, which is why it doesn't hurt babies eyes.

So I got some, and it took a lot longer, but I would forget to do it every day, but I no longer have a little lump on my eyelid. So the stuff is magic!
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