The effects of eye cosmetics on the ocular physiology of hard contact lens wearers

@inproceedings{Jones1980TheEO,
  title={The effects of eye cosmetics on the ocular physiology of hard contact lens wearers},
  author={Nancy Jones and A. J. Postma},
  year={1980}
}
Fifteen successful hard contact lens wearers applied mascara and eyeshadow to their eyes for eight days. Two out of the three following types of cosmetics were worn in succession : hypo-allergenic, water soluble and non-water soluble. Objective evaluations included: (1) changes in the tear film, (2) inflammatory responses of the conjunctiva and lids, and (3) amount of deposits on the lenses. Subjective evaluations included: (1) easability of cleaning of the lens, (2) degree of itching and… CONTINUE READING

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