What are some home remedies for swollen eye lids?

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.
Swollen lids. Warm compresses for at least 5 mins using a washcloth and hot water from the tap. Reward as needed. After 5 minutes, rub or massage the eyelids horizontally with eyes closed.

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