Don’t It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue.

Hello Peeps,

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I have been reading about the strangest thing.

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Apparently someone other than the old WWII Hitler doctors has been interested in turning brown eyes into Nordic blue ones.

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I wonder how many people have a secret desire to change their eye colour in this way…perhaps there is a suspicion that not only blonds have more fun than brunettes…..but so do those with blue eyes.

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At this point I would have to admit that, as a small child, I always wondered why I could not have been lucky enough to have had brilliant blue eyes like my mother, instead of browny/green ones like my father!

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Research was done into the development of blue eyes, by the University in Copenhagen, and their findings were startling indeed.

In about 2008 they were finally prepared to state that blue eyes were a mutation found in one common ancestor, who lived between 6,000 and 10,000 years ago, and passed it on down to the succeeding generations.

 

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Anyway, I am digressing.

The latest report is that a gentleman named Doctor Greg Homer, working from Stroma Medical in California, has finally perfected a process of ‘Lumineyes Technology’ after a decade of research, which he says can alter brown eyes to blue during a process lasting only 20 seconds from start to finish.

It is reported that the work is done by using a specially created laser technology, set to a very exact frequency.

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It seems that the melanin which colours eyes brown, is found at the uppermost layer of the iris, and the laser removes it.

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As I understand it, in the following weeks, the wavelengths of received light seem go deeper into eyes which have had the top layers of melanin reduced, to be absorbed at a lower level in the eye, which slowly turns blue as a result.

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After the procedure, the eye colour is then changed permanently to the blue hue.

It is not possible to ever reverse the process because the density of the upper level brown pigment has been reduced permanently.

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Some experts  seem to be dubious about the good sense of having unnecessary work carried out on the eye, and have expressed fears that the laser procedure  may clog up tiny channels found at the front of the eye, which may carry the risk of developing Glaucoma because of the increased pressure, or even cataracts or other unexpected problems.

So, what do you think of that.

It seems that further testing will begin soon and the treatment may be available in less than a couple of years.

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So, sometime soon, will you consider this new idea to be a good use of many of your hard earned English pounds!!

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