What Causes Eye Boogers?

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Eye boogers or eye discharge is yellowish, sticky, crust matter which can make your eyes feel glued shut. There are plenty different causes to why your eye can produce discharge. One of them is an invasion of bacteria in your eye from make-up or extra oily skin. Other causes include conditions such as conjunctivitis and corneal ulcers.
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A stye is a growth in the eyelid that can temporarily cause a drooping eye. A stye can develop when glands in the eyelid become infected with bacteria. Another name for stye is hordeolum
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The organ, called plica semilunaris -- serves a special purpose for the eye. When we're sleeping and we wake up with those crusty's, it's because this organ kept the pollen, dirt, and the dust out of our eyes by creating a sticky layer outside of it. This helps protect our corneas from being scratched. You can find more information here: http://www.fitsugar.com/Sleepies-Where-Do-Come-From-76230
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