Ok so i dont know what is going on with my eyes. Before the swelling bursted into extreme puffiness, like a few weeks before, all i had was red dry spots on the crease of my eyelid and on the apples of my cheeks. Also, it appeared under my eyes along the nose...it was dry and RED. I tried covering it with concealer but it showed white dried skin. i never had this problem before and i remove my makeup after school. Then one morning i woke up and my left eye puffed real bad along the crease near the eyeduct. I tried using absolue eye cream by lancome at night to get the dryness away, but it burned severely whenever i touched it. I alaways wear makeup but this nver happened to me before. This is day 2 of my puffy eyes and I think im going to change up my makeup removing tchniques...and hygiene my eyes ALOT more...but what is the best way ? shold i compress my eyes cold or in warm water? the internet has it both ways in curing eyes..but what WORKS HELP ME i look like a freaken weirdo with one red small eye !!!!!
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