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Busy Students: ‘I burned my eyes’ during photo shoot

Busy Students said they “burned” her eyes after a day in a magazine to a photo shoot.

Busy Students showed they spent hours on the first aid after they “burned” her eyes during a magazine photo shoot on Monday.

In a series of videos posted on her Instagram story, the actress said that she was diagnosed with photokeratitis, a painful condition that occurs when the eyes are overexposed to UV rays. Students said she was diagnosed with the eye condition after a magazine photo shoot.

I’M FINE! This is just my vibe, guys! Go tell you the whole story this week is @nodocspodcast but spent last night in the Cedars after I couldn’t sleep because it felt like there were shards of glass in both my eyes. I have Photo Keratitis of the bright lights/sun exposure! WHO KNEW THAT A THING? ??♀️??♀️??♀️

A post shared by Busy Students (@busyphilipps) on Mar 20, 2018 at 10:00 am PDT

“I can barely see straight. I go to the doctor tomorrow,” Graphic, 38, said. “I get a sort of crazy allergic reaction. I can’t open my eyes.”

The “Vice-Principals” star said that the pain felt like “shards of glass” in her eyes. She reported again early Tuesday morning on her condition.

“Hey, guys, is it cool that we are only four hours on the first aid for my eyes? I have to photokeratitis. I burnt my eyes from my photo shoot today,” the Students said in a video. “It is so on-brand though. I get a great magazine cover, and I have a photo shoot, and I burned my eyes.”

Graphic was also suffering from a rash under her eyes, that was not related to photokeratitis. She said that the medical problem was allergy-related.

Anyone have any ideas what to do about this strange allergy under-eye bag/rash? OPEN TO SERIOUS SUGGESTIONS. Also! SEVERAL PEOPLE have dm’ed me today that they are the same thing, in any case, I don’t feel so alone.❤️??♀️?

A post shared by Busy Students (@busyphilipps) on Mar 18, 2018 at 7:23pm PDT

Students proved to be better by Tuesday when she was seen laughing and smiling in another video. She was also wearing a pair of sunglasses to protect her eyes.

“‘That is your mother, she has a thick skin, stomach problems and sensitive eyes,'” the Students said, referring to a note from her daughter Birdie.

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter via @bykatherinelam

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