The 8 Best Stye Remedies

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A stye (hordeolum) is a red bump, sort of like a pimple, that forms on the outside edge of the eyelid.

A warm compress is the most effective way to treat a stye. The warmth helps bring the pus to the surface, and dissolves the pus and oil so the stye can drain naturally.

Green advises avoiding harsh, synthetic chemicals when cleaning the eye area. Instead, she says, ingredients should be hypoallergenic and nonirritating.

Instead of using a warm cloth compress, you can use a warm tea bag. Black tea works best because it helps reduce swelling and has some antibacterial properties.

If the stye is causing serious pain and interferes with your day-to-day activity, visit your doctor.

Wash your reusable brushes regularly. Throw out any eye products that are over 3 months old.

To use these OTC ointments, pull the lid of the affected eye and apply about a quarter-inch of ointment inside the eyelid.

Your doctor may also prescribe an antibiotic cream for bacterial infections. For inflammation, your doctor may give you a steroid shot to reduce swelling.

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