How To Effectively Treat An Eyelash Extension Glue Allergy

Eyelash extensions are a beautiful way of enhancing or adding volume to your natural lashes, however, when you experience an allergic reaction to the glue, it can totally ruin the look and your day. But no need to panic! Here’s an effective and fast way to fix it!

4 Proven Ways To Treat Your Allergic Reaction

If you are/have been experiencing severe irritation, redness, discomfort, and swelling  for more than 48 hours, then please seek medical attention right away! As professional lash techs, we can alleviate mild discomfort and treat mild allergic reactions, however, in most severe cases, we cannot. This is why we advise to seek medical attention if you are experiencing severe symptoms. In most cases, however, a few of these treatments can help:

Cold Compress

If you’re experiencing mild symptoms, then this is a band-aid method that can help decrease your symptoms. Leaving it on for 15-20 minutes a few times should help for swelling.

2. Benadryl

Taking some good ol’ Benadryl usually does the trick for most people. This is the best way to alleviate and treat your symptoms. Monitor your symptoms for about 48 hours and if the symptoms persist/ worsen, seek medical attention.

3. Cortisone Cream

Cortisone cream helps with irritation and/or redness and can be purchased over the counter. This helps most allergic reaction cases and it works like a gem!

4. Call us!

If you’re experiencing any type of discomfort, swelling, irritation, and/or redness, please call us right away! We can best help you if you come in and tell us what’s going on. We’ll help you the best we can, however, if your reaction is severe, we’ll have to advise you to seek medical attention.

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