Eyebags are one of the most common cosmetic surgery procedures. But with increased awareness of the dangers of surgical removal, more and more people are opting for less invasive methods. In this blog post, we will discuss some non-surgical methods that can be used to remove eyebags without surgery. From hot poultices to topical medications, read on to learn about the various options available to you.
Eyebags: Anatomy and Function
When it comes to removing eyeglasses, contact lenses, or eyebags, most people think of surgery. But there are other options available to remove these pesky objects without resorting to the knife or drill.
One non-surgical method for removing eyeglasses is using a plunger. To do this, you will need the following: an empty prescription bottle cap, a small plastic baggie, and a plunger. put the prescription bottle cap on the end of the plunger so that the widest part of the plunger is touching both surfaces of the baggie. Slowly push down on the plunger until it touches bottom of the prescription bottle. Slowly lift up on plunger and squeeze contents out of baggie into your empty prescription bottle. Repeat until all eyeglasses are out!
Another option for removing eyeglasses is using an adhesive bandage. Cut a piece of adhesive bandage larger than your eyeglass frame and place it over your lens. Make sure that the adhesive side is facing outward. Then secure it in place with duct tape or another adhesive material. Wait about 30 minutes for the adhesive to dry and then remove your glasses without damaging them!
Methods of Non-Surgical Removal of Eyebags
There are several methods of non-surgical Eyebag removal or eyebags that can be used at home. Oral suction is the most common method and it is a simple, inexpensive, and effective way to remove eyeglasses or eyegag lenses. This technique involves using a cup or bowl to create a vacuum and pull the object off of the eye. To use oral suction, place the cup or bowl over the offending item and let the vacuum draw it off of the eye.
Another method is using a plunger. With this method, you plunge the plunger into an open container of water and then place it over the offending item. You then push down on the plunger until the item falls out of the eye. The last method is using remover pads. With these pads, you rub them across your eyelid like cream soap. This will loosen any adhesions that may be holding onto the Eyebag Lens in place and it will fall out soon after.
Post-Operative Care Following Eyebag Removal
If you have trouble removing your eyeglasses or eyebags with your hands, consider using one of the following methods:
– Use a helper: One person can hold the glasses or eyeglasses while another gently tries to pluck them out with a fingernail, toothpick, chopstick, or other small object.
– Use a plunger: To remove a large number of eyeglasses or eyebags at once, place them in a basin of water and use the plunger to push the water out from between the lenses.
– Use an electric toothbrush: If you have trouble getting your fingers into tight spaces, try using an electric toothbrush to dislodge the eyeglasses or eyegags. Be sure to use caution not to injure your eyes.