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Good Bye To The Stye In My Eye

Author: Debbie H.
Skill: Massage Therapist
Date: 05-21-2013
Views: 4,785
Word Count: 125
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 8576-OR
Brand Neutral: No
Scientific Studies: 1

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I had a stye in my eye and tried an over-the-counter salve for two weeks with no luck in getting rid of it. It ended up getting grossly big and white.

Then one morning I tried one drop of Lavender oil on the stye, which was on my lower eyelid. I held my lid away from my eye for a few minutes. The lid got very red and my eye stung momentarily but by 3 o'clock that afternoon it was gone! I couldn't believe how fast it worked.

There was a tiny little bump, so that night I put another drop on it prior to going to sleep and by the next morning it was totally gone and has not returned.

Thank you Young Living Essential oils!

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Supporting Scientific Study
stye - "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

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