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By  nerdsgetmehot  |  22

There's actually a pretty easy fix to that. Just rub moisturizer or lotion into them and make sure to get the skin behind all the eyebrow hairs. Voila! Problem obliterated.

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  fistnazal  |  10

go to head and shoulders! I'm sure they could use you?! think about iiiiit maaaaaan! you could be a prodigy in the world of dandruff (sp? ..there there gramar pheines)! commerciaaals, ads up in the back of them teenager magaziiiines. I mean you'd be revolutionizing the industry... all these years we thought it was just the head... it's the brooows too maaaan whitch yu'oll dUHsty laundry detergent hiid! haha I luhv uhmehrica

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  FMLFORTHEWIN  |  0

I noee god, it's so annoying how the fml group decide on posting retarded fmls like this and they never accept good ones! these fmls r getting really boring because their problems r stupid

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  SorchaR  |  0

Not so much, really. It's called blepharitis and there's all kinds of shit you have to do to treat it, including eyedrops, hot compresses, and occasionally ointment, and once you have it, it can flare up even when you think you've gotten rid of it. It's a pain.

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  hollee  |  0

I used to have that. I had to lotion them every day lol it sucked. And it wasn't really gross, as long as I kept them moisturized, u couldn't tell. Then one day, it just went away...

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  Tikwichka  |  5

Since when did dry, flaking skin and being smelly/needing to shower have a causal relationship? Dry skin is due to reduced moisture levels in the skin, which can actually be caused by harsh soap products and too much washing.

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  xFaust_fml  |  12

Tikwichka: just ignore these idiots. It could very well be dry skin, and in this case washing more often would indeed make the whole thing worse. Or it could be a seborrheic dermatitis (not sure of the english name. dermatite maybe?), and in this case there would be nothing to make fun of or to be disgusted about. With a good treatment it can be managed though. I have it on my sclap. Sometimes, when I'm stressed out, it comes back, but with the appropriate shampoo it doesn't show at all. But some are less lucky and also have it on their eyebrows, face, and other body parts. And it's for life... So no, it can be due to anything, but I'm pretty sure it doesn't have anything to do with not showering often enough. Jerks.

By  nerdsgetmehot  |  22

There's actually a pretty easy fix to that. Just rub moisturizer or lotion into them and make sure to get the skin behind all the eyebrow hairs. Voila! Problem obliterated.

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