Eye Define Medical Conditions FAQs
I HAVE HORNER’S SYNDROME. WILL EYE DEFINE WORK FOR ME?
We get numerous inquiries from people who ask if Eye Define can help with eyelid drooping that is caused by nerve or muscle dysfunction. Eye Define is not designed to fix nerve or muscle dysfunction, however in some cases, Eye Define has offered improvement for these types of conditions. The product essentially holds the skin on the upper portion of the lid in place, keeping it from sagging down toward the lashes. This is accomplished by adding support at the top of the lid (where the lid meets the brow bone). There is a fold line on the eyelid, usually found higher up on the lid, that the lift is placed over which keeps the skin in place. If the eyelid drooping is caused by the inability of the muscle to hold it up, our product is not likely to help. Eye Define might help, however, if the droop is being caused by the weight of the sagging skin pushing the lid down.
I HAVE MYASTHENIA GRAVIS WHICH CAUSES MY EYELIDS TO BE WEAK AND DROOP. WILL YOUR EYE DEFINE EYELID LIFT WORK FOR ME?
We have customers with Myasthenia Gravis and other eye conditions who have found a way to improve the look of their eyes with Eye Define. Eyelid dysfunction can create varying problems with the eyes and sometimes Eye Define offers an improvement and sometimes not, depending on the issue.
I HAVE A LEFT UPPER EYELID THAT DROPS DOWN. IN OTHER WORDS, THE LEFT EYELID DOES NOT OPEN AS WIDE AS THE RIGHT EYELID. CAN EYE DEFINE FIX THIS PROBLEM?
Eye Define is designed to hold sagging/drooping skin in place, keeping loose skin from drooping forward. If your left eye is drooping due to the weight of the skin pushing down on it, Eye Define will help. If the problem is purely muscle dysfunction however, Eye Define unfortunately won’t solve that problem.
IF YOU HAVE ALLERGIES THAT MAKE YOUR EYES WATER, WILL THIS AFFECT THE LIFTS?
No, probably not. However, if your eyes are affected by allergies and tearing, we do not recommend using Eye Define. It’s never a good idea to apply something to eyes very sensitive to allergies, although the adhesive is hypoallergenic.