The eye stye is a bacterial infection that develops in the eye region, which can affect us in many ways. The external eye stye usually affects the sebaceous glands located at the edge of the eyelids, at the base of the eyelashes or sweat glands. The internal eye stye affects the inner part of the eyelids. Fortunately, there are some natural remedies to treat the stye.
Bacterial infections are the main cause of the disease. These develop when the sebaceous glands in the eye are blocked, which favors the infection appearance (in fact, this is how acne develops on the face, chest and throat).
Aloe vera remedy for eye stye
Aloe vera is a well-known plant and I’m sure that you already that it possesses a number of antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. To treat the eye stye, the gel inside the aloe leaves can be applied directly to the infected eyelid. Apply a small amount of gel several times a day until the eye stye disappears. After the first day the eye stye should be gone, but apply aloe vera gel at least 3 days in a row.
Parsley remedy for eye stye
The active ingredients found in parsley can detoxify the eye stye by removing bacteria and the infection. Thus, the healing process is accelerated and the inflammation reduced immediately.
Just boil a handful of parsley in 300 ml of water for 10 minutes, let the infusion to cool a bit, and apply the tonic over the affected eye. You may soak a cotton pad in this liquid and apply it on the affected eye. Let it act for 15 minutes, and then remove. Repeat the process several times a day.
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