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Ocular Rosacea Causes Blocked Oil Glands In Eyes

Author: Jill S.
Skill: iTOVi Scanner
Date: 12-05-2015
Views: 2,168
Word Count: 129
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 10817-OR
Scientific Studies: 2

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I have had ocular rosacea or blocked eye oil glands for years. It manifests as blister-like bumps on the inner eyelid. There is no cure for this, and it is a painful condition.

After reading the benefits of using Frankincense essential oil for eye health, I have started using one drop of Frankincense mixed with moisturizer around my eyes every morning. Specifically, I apply the mixture all around the eye socket, being careful not to get it in my eyes.

I have noticed an improvement in the frequency of these blisters. They used to erupt daily but now just appear once a week.

I continue to apply this mixture every day and have seen even better results with Sacred Frankincense over regular Frankincense essential oil. However, both of them work.

Additional keyword(s) assigned by the editor: blepharitis, eye glands, eye lid, eye lids, eyelids, lids, ophthalmologist, stye, tear duct, tear ducts.

Supporting Scientific Studies
1."Demodex blepharitis is a common but overlooked external eye disease. The pathogenesis of Demodex blepharitis in eliciting ocular surface inflammation has been further clarified. The modified eyelash sampling and counting method makes it easier and more accurate to diagnose Demodex infestation. Tea tree oil shows promising potential to treat Demodex blepharitis by reducing Demodex counts with additional antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory actions."Link
2."Eyelid scrubs or massage with tea tree oil could be an effective treatment regimen in cases of blepharoconjunctivitis [and Demodex mite infestation]."Link

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