It's good that you have thoroughly washed your eyes. This helps to remove any chemical if present which mat harm the eye. The complications that could arise include corneal epithelial defect, corneal opacity, stem cell loss, infection etc. It would be safer to see an ophthalmologist to rule these out though the chances are that your eyes would be fine. You may require anti-biotic/lubricant drops for prevention of infection. If an ophthalmologist is not available, you may even see an optometrist. Thanks and best wishes.
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