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Home Remedies For Eye Wrinkles
Ptosis: Lid droopiness or ptosis has many causes. In mild cases, topical vasoconstrictor get-the-red out drops can raise the droopy lid 1-2 mm but require continued use. If droopiness is cosmetically bothersome or blocking vision, you may need surgical correction. See an eye doctor for further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Yes: If this just acute allergy exposure or dry eyes then cold applications to the eyelids for 20-30 seconds several times a day and otc allergy drops should help. If it is dry eyes then the first line of treatment is otc dry eye drops used frequently. If it is inflammatory or infectious this needs to be examined and treated by an ophthalmolgist, because it can be a sign of serious systemic or eye di. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: Without seeing a doctor to determine the cause, specific treatments cannot be advised. There are types of lid swelling for which hot compresses are advised and types for which cold compresses are advised. Best bet is to find the cause, then ask. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are many: See a professional advice from a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon. Good luck from NYC ...Read more
Healthy Skin: Make sure you keep your skin moisturized! to maintain a glow, without too much shine, try using thicker creams at night (products such as nivea, eucerin, ponds). Wearing sunscreen is also a must. If these things do not give you the look you want, see a dermatologist for prescription medications which help the skin maintain a youthful appearance, or for procedures such as chemical peels and lasers. ...Read more
None really: Most "pinkeye" or conjunctivitis is actually viral, so eye drops, including antibiotics, are usually not effective. Viral conjunctivitis tends to run it's course in 7-10 days. It can be very contagious, spreading from one eye to the other or to other people. Hand washing is essential. To be certain it is not a more serious bacterial or fungal infection, you should see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Bad wrinkles under eyes. 43 but look 80. Lost weight. Think something wrong beyond age/weight loss. Drink soda, use retin-a, hot showers, need to use eye moisturize. I worry alot. What's cause/remedy?
Cosmetic, treatable: Though you have health issues, this is probably unrelated. Usually hereditary--look at your parents' lower lids. Most likely correctable with outpatient surgery or chemical peel for resurfacing. No otc remedy known to work. Good news-treatment safe ; long-lasting. Bad news-not covered by insurance. ...Read more
How often does a derma filler treatment need to be done, to diminish the look of my sunken eyes? I have tried many home remedies to help minimize the look of my sunken eyes, but nothing has helped. I am considering using a derma fill to make them look bet
Prob 6 to 12 months: It depends on which filler is used and how your body reacts to it. Restylane (dermal fillers) hyaluronic acid gel is a degradable product most closely resembling natural skin tissue. Restylane (dermal fillers) injected properly under the eye typically lasts longer than it does in other areas, up to 12 months. Individual biological response may vary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How to fix deep set eyes, or how to reduce sunken eyes and slight wrinkles around eyes. No serguries any medication or remedies please?
Tons!: There are tons of home remedies out there, the problem is nobody knows if they work because they are not typically studied.Seeking help from a plastic surgeon or dermatologist is best. Products that patients have tried and say "work" include Manuka Honey Masks, and a green tea mask. Both of these are used in skin care products so it makes sense they might help on their own. Ever think about Botox? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eye & contact care: Be sure you're cleaning and using your contacts as directed by your eye doctor. Consider switching to daily disposable contacts if you use monthly contacts. Consider wearing your glasses more often to give your eyes more breaks from the contacts. Consider other causes, such as allergies or "pink eye". If you're not improving on your own, please talk w/ your eye doctor. ...Read more
Involves eyelid edge: Take a clean washcloth and wet it in very warm water and place it over the closed eyelids for 5 minutes. Place the warm, wet washcloth over the index finger and apply a diluted solution of 50% baby shampoo. Clean one eye at a time, closing the eye you are cleaning, and rubbing the washcloth or your finger over the eyelashes and lid margins several times using horizontal strokes. Rinse thoroughly. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Is there a home remedy for black lines under my eyes. They've been there for years. I'm a male. I'm 18 years old.
My bilirubin is normal but my eyes colour is yellowist you tell me treatment my eyes and em treatment in home......... ?
Yellowish eyes: If you have normal liver function, then the yellowish tint may be normal for you. The color of an individual's white of the eye can vary. Staying hydrated and using occasional get-the-red-out drops may be helpful. If not, i would just ignore it. If it worsens, you should go see an eye doctor. ...Read more
I had dark circles under my eyes (i was 8 years i had them)? Any home remedy to remove them? They are very old about 12 years?Causes also?
No worrying: Dark circles are one of the most common complaints we ophthalmologists see. Most common cause is lack of sleep or tiredness . Other rare causes are allergies, thyroid disease and possible renal disease. No home remedies recommend other than plenty of rest. Have your primary dr. Check thyroid and kidneys. ...Read more
One of my eyes is closed more than the other. How can I fix that without having surgery? I would prefer not to buy any products and use a home remedy.
See an Eye MD: If this is something new you need to see an eye md soon. Could be thyroid disease and controlling the thyroid can correct the eyelid droop. If there are no other findings or explanations and this is just a weak muscle in the drooping eyelid, surgery is the only answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No home remedies: There are no home remedies. There are certain eye drops that can help, but your ophthalmologist would have to evaluate. Also, depending on how long this is going on for and how severe, it could be an indication of a larger problem. You should see an ophthalmologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, I have dark circles around my eyes. When I make my photo my eyes are appeared but as a dark spots. please give me some home remedy?
Dark circle under I: Swelling, blood vessal dilating/breaking as area is very sensitive. Check for food allergies milk, others ( avoid milk x 1 week) or seasonal allergies, eczema use zyrtec , nasal sprays astelin. Elevate head of bed to drain .Eat well veggies, sleep well no smkoing, check B12 home remedies ice under eye for 1-2 minutes constricts vessals, cucumber or potatoe slices. Use concealer f/u w/doc ...Read more
Warm compresses: A stye is basically an inflamed oil gland on your eyelid -- and many go away by themselves. You can put warm compresses over the affected area 3-4 times/day for 10 to 15 minutes to help drain the stye, and to remove the infection from the oil gland. If you've been using eye makeup, throw it away since it can re-expose you to infection. If no improvement in a few days, see your eye doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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