Eyebrow and eyelash beauty is one of the most important criteria for beauty. That is why loss occurring in eyebrow and eyelash make people very sad. In our 6 reasons of eyebrow loss article we have included factors that lead to eyebrow loss.
Trichotillomania (Hair Pulling Disease)
This disease is related with person’s psychological state. Trichotillomania is an impulse control disorder. The disease generally begins in childhood or adolescence. The person pulls his / her hairs, eyebrows or eyelashes voluntary or involuntary.
Blepharitis is an inflammation of the eyelids caused by excessive proliferation of bacteria which is normally present on the skin. Another reason leading to inflammation is the blockage of the eyelids due to sebaceous glands and even allergies. In such cases eyelid redness or itching may occur. And sometimes it can also cause swelling of the eyelids. Blepharitis bacteria can not eliminated completely however it can be controlled.
Alopecia areata is a disease which cause hair loss as a result of disorders of the immune system. In alopecia aerate disease immune cells attack the hair follicles and consequently hairs on the body starts to fall. As this disease can lead to loss of hair on all parts of the body, it also may be effective in one area only such as eyebrows, beard, eyelashes and hair.
Overactive or work under the normal course of thyroid glands is among the causes of eyelash loss. In overactive thyroid the body can not tolerate the excessive heat and sleep difficulties, weight loss, lower inflatable neck and headache occurs.
On the other hand in inactive thyroid symptoms such as weakness against cold, dry skin, constipation and weight gain are seen.
In this case pouring, thinning, dryness and breakage occur in the hair and eyebrows.
Because chemotherapy drugs target all the growing cells in the body, pouring in eyelashes, hair and hairs all over the body may occur in cancer treatment. The hairs will grow back after the chemotherapy.
Sides Effects of Mascara
In a review on macaronis patients in Silonie Sachdeva and Dayanand Medical College, Department of Dermatology in India has been found that some patients develop allergic conditions to mascara and cause eyelash pouring while some of the other patients experience loss in time due to the weakening of eyelashes while they are cleaning the mascara and especially waterproof mascara.