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How do you get rid of my puffy eyelids in the morning?

How do you get rid of my puffy eyelids in the morning?

Less salt at night: Make sure you take less salt the night before. Also, other good eating habits help you to keep your kidneys healthier and that helps as well. Keeping your head elevated at night helps as well. Use ice pads over your eye after you wake up in the morning will decrease the edema around eyes. ...Read more

Eyelid Swelling (Definition)

Eyelid swelling usually refers to any condition that causes inflammation leading the eye to become "puffy" due to edema that is ...Read more


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How do I get rid of horrible eyelid swelling?

How do I get rid of horrible eyelid swelling?

Treat the cause: You need to find out why they are swollen first. An eye doctor is a good starting point. ...Read more

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Any tips on getting rid of puffy eyelids after a home extraction for milia was done? I have been doing ice and Benadryl since yesterday

Any tips on getting rid of puffy eyelids after a home extraction for milia was done? I have been doing ice and Benadryl since yesterday

Irritation: This may take a few days or more to subside depending on the degree of irritation from the procedure. Topical hydrocortisone cream for a few days may help reduce the inflammation. ...Read more

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My eyelids have yellow crust every morning lately. How do I get rid of the infection?

My eyelids have yellow crust every morning lately. How do I get rid of the infection?

Antibiotics: Yellow crusting of the eyelids can be caused by allergies or infection. Using warm washcloths to rinse the eyelids can soothe the eyes and remove the crust but you need to see a doctor if you have symptoms for more than a day or two. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how to get rid of crust on your eyelids in the mornings?

Can you tell me how to get rid of crust on your eyelids in the mornings?

Warm compresses: Warm compresses (wash cloth with hot water and hold it on the eyelids for 5-10 minutes, reheating as needed). Do this in the morning when you wake and at night before you go to bed. Use the wash cloth to scrub the base of the eye lashes after you do the compresses. Use artificial tears during the day. Start oral omega 3s. Most likely due to inflammation from dry eyes and mebomianitis. ...Read more