I am experiencing itchy eyelids and sometimes around the brow area. I lost my eyelashes and brows last year. But the itching just started a few wks ago.

Has anyone had this happen to them? I really don't know whats causing this and i don't think it's my makeup. It does appear that i must be allergic to something but what? Is this just another AU problem since i have no eyelashes or eyebrow hair! It seems odd it didn't bother me until now. I also notice that when i have my wig on and i do wear bangs (human hair), if my bang hair touches my eye area it causes me to itch a little. It can't be my wig!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hope someone out there can help and give me some advice! Thank you!

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Could it be the shampoo you use in your wig???

I lost my eyebrows 7 1/2 years ago and every now and then they just get really itchy for a while. I have no idea what causes it, sometimes I hope they're growing back - but nope! However I just lost half my eyelashes (I expect the rest will be gone shortly...) and notice that sometimes the half that's missing is really itchy. I think it's because I live in a really dry climate and it's just difficult to moisturize that area?? But I would definitely check the shampoo you use and try switching? When I wore a wig (I'd shaved my feeble amount of hair to raise money for a friend with cancer and found out the "quarter sized" bald patch, was actually half my head) my head got really itchy, so before buying new wigs, I switched shampoo to a hypo-allergenic kind and the itching stopped on my head. I hope this helps!

Leslie I have experienced the same. Since the Alopecia my skin is so sensitive it is crazy. I'm partnering with an estician next week, I will keep you posted, those are some of the things we are going to address.

Will let you know

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