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Protect your eyes this Holi: Eye Care Tips
Reason for eye infection during Holi:
- The synthetic colours that are being used in Holi may contain heavy metals like lead which can cause pink eye, corneal abrasion, chemical burn, or blunt eye injury so try to avoid such colours altogether
- Green synthetic colours of Holi are known for causing fleeting blindness which is a phenomenon of sudden vision loss
- Wherever possible try to avoid water balloons as these can cause blunt eye injury
- You may have observed shining mica particles in red colour but these are
- really harmful since they can cause damage to the cornea
- Try not to wear contact lenses as colour may get trapped between lens resulting in infection
Indeed, Eyes need extra care during the Holi
- Wear sunglasses or protective eye wears during the holi as a safety measure to avoid any sort of colour entering into it
- Never rub your eyes in case colour enters into them as this may cause loss of the vision.
- In order to ensure the adequate eye care, apply thick layer of coconut oil around the eyes. That would allow you to remove the colour with an ease without much harm to the eyes.
- Its indeed in the benefit to have the overall precautionary measure to not to smear the colours anywhere near the eyes.
- The colours, oozing out from the hairs may get entry into the eyes, can be severely deteriorating. To avoid this, tie or fasten your hairs together by using a cap.
Play safe Holi: take essential precautionary measures
- Strictly Avoid synthetic , dark colours. They are more sticky and has the tendency to stick permanently and becomes extremely hard t remove them.
- For skin allergy sensitive patients, its highly advisable to have anti-allergic tablet to be taken immediately.
- Make a habit of making your own colours using, besan, palak (spinach), rose petals and certain flowers.
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