Blepharoplasty or eyelift surgery is one of the most common cosmetic procedures. The procedure gives you a healthier and younger looking face without going through extensive facelift procedures.


Recovering from blepharoplasty is easy, provided that you follow all the after-care instructions of your surgeon. A major side-effect of blepharoplasty surgery, experienced by most people, is dry eyes.

To tackle dry eyes, you should put eye drops and stay away from screens, as long exposure to blue light makes your eyes irritable and itchy. Also, do not apply makeup to your eyes for some time after the procedure. You may experience fallout, which will result in your eyes becoming more sensitive.

Blepharoplasty heals as an injury does. What makes recovery so precarious, however, is the thin skin and the location of the surgery. Contact your surgeon for the best recovery tips for you.