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How to Get Rid Of a Stye
Goodbye, Stye-eye: Tips to Get Rid of the Pesky Eyelid Bump

How to Get Rid Of a Stye


Goodbye, Stye-eye: Tips to Get Rid of the Pesky Eyelid Bump

Body irritants, or things your body catches that physically protrude from the skin, can greatly interfere with ones beauty or appearance. Some of these irritants just can’t be disguised with enough makeup because they’re too large in size or have dark coloration. Other irritants start from one area and multiply on other parts of your body. Any part of your body is capable of being “irritated.” A stye is a perfect example of this. It’s a red bump that normally forms on the upper/lower exterior or interior of the eyelid. Although a stye resembles much like a imple, it can potentially become a greater issue. Get rid of that stye with the following tips.
Consult With An Eye Doctor
The best and possibly the quickest route to take is see an ophthalmologist. One visit to the eye doctor would result in an antibiotic which will make the stye disappear not instantly, but within a considerably short period of time.
stye removalSurgery
Surgery may be required, depending on the severity of the stye. If you’ve tried antibiotics and/or witness any complications along with the stye and the stye itself, then you may need to take the surgical aproach. Consult your eye doctor for further instructions and guidance on this matter.
Warming Up
A warm compress may help reduce any swelling and pain that would accompany a stye. Apply a warm compress to the stye 5 times a day for approximately 15 minutes each time.
Not treating the stye at all, whether it be through self-care or professional medical care, would give you a few days to a week until it’s gone. In the meantime, don’t ever touch the stye, To prevent yourself from getting a stye or two, wash your hands and face thoroughly on a daily basis. Styes may be contagious, so be courteous to others. Also, keep cosmetic supplies clean and concealed (eyeliner, eyelash curler, makeup, etc). Do not share cosmetic supplies with others. Dispose of any cosmetics that are expired or contaminated in any way. This includes ones that are dirty. Lastly, discontinue the use of contact lenses. Styes may infect them. Putting on infected contact lenses would result in further troubles.