Dry Eye Syndrome Secondary to Kohl (Eyepencil)

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Abdi Rhizlane
Chariba Siham
Asmae Maadan
Rachid Sekhsoukh

Abstract

Dry eyes are becoming a part of people’s lives more and more frequently. Usage of eye cosmetics is known to cause disturbances in the stability of tear film and cause dry eye symptoms we conducted a prospective study on a sample of 100 women whose age ranged from 18 to 35 years in university hospital center MOHAMMED VI OUJDA  MOROCCO on a period of 6 months from January 2019 to JUNE 2019. The aim of thisstudyis to determine the effect of applying Kajal (an eyecosmetic) over the eyelids on tear film stability and quantity.

Keywords:
Dry eye syndrome, pencil eye, kajal

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Rhizlane, A., Siham, C., Maadan, A., & Sekhsoukh, R. (2020). Dry Eye Syndrome Secondary to Kohl (Eyepencil). Asian Journal of Research and Reports in Ophthalmology, 3(3), 13-16. Retrieved from https://journalajrrop.com/index.php/AJRROP/article/view/30113
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Original Research Article

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