A sty in the eye can be irritating and painful. According to All About Vision, a stye is an infection of a sebaceous gland in the eyelid margin. Oh!
Styes can occur inside or outside of the eyelid and often resemble a small pimple. The bacteria that cause styes is in the nose, so it is important to wash your hands after blowing or touching the nose. If you forget and then rub the eye, it is likely that the development of a stye.
Furthermore, it is important to know that styes are contagious. Therefore, if you have a stye, be very careful not to share towels or pillowcases. And ladies, it will hurt, but you have to throw the whole eye makeup. Your existing makeup is likely infected with sty causing bacteria and their use after the stye has healed only cause another alarm.
According to Healthline, one of the best ways to treat a stye is to place a warm damp washcloth on the eye for 5 to 10 minutes. Continue treatment 3 or 4 times a day until healed the sty. An alternative method for this treatment is to sit and relax with a tea bag on the eyelid. Hustle say that this works because tea is an antioxidant with serious anti-bacterial properties. Because styes are caused by bacterial infections, tea is effective in the fight against infection.
Bustle further recommends treat stye with a mixture of castor oil and turmeric. The solution is a powerful anti-inflammatory when applied directly to the stye can speed recovery.
Healthline says it can also be useful to clean the eyelid. To do this safely and painlessly, mix baby shampoo tear free with warm water. Use a cotton swab or clean cloth to gently clean the lid with the mixture.