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Seems like all I ever talk about are cold sores or stys and they are both gross. However, it sounds wierd to put shampoo in your eyes, but if you have a sty, you should gently wash your eyelids twice a day with baby shampoo. It's strong enough to unblock the glands and speed healing and it doesn't sting. My Ophthalmologist told me this. It makes sense and I tried it and it was soothing and worked.


 
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Wow, I'd be a little scared to do it, but if I had a sty, I'd probabaly also be desperate enough to do it as well! Thanks for the tip!

 
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Great idea.......and if it's safe enough for a baby, it ought to be fine for us too!

 
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I used to get stys really bad like 4 times a year on my left eye....

I eventually had it surgically removed.....

It came back once...

But then my Optomalogist told me about baby shampoo.....

I haven't had a sty since!!!!!!

 
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I have used baby shampoo on stys and it does help. Strange but true!

 
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I have used baby shampoo to remove my eye makeup. It really works, and it does not sting. I have sensitive eyes and there are certain eye makeup removers that I am allergic to, and when this happens, the baby shampoo comes in handy.

 
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Originally Posted by Kookie-for-COCO /img/forum/go_quote.gif Seems like all I ever talk about are cold sores or stys and they are both gross. However, it sounds wierd to put shampoo in your eyes, but if you have a sty, you should gently wash your eyelids twice a day with baby shampoo. It's strong enough to unblock the glands and speed healing and it doesn't sting. My Ophthalmologist told me this. It makes sense and I tried it and it was soothing and worked.
That is good to know as my Mother gets cold sores, i will let her know, thanks
 
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I had an infection in my tear duct a few years back, and the eye Dr told me the same to use warm water and baby shampoo because it is safe and mild- I did and never had any issues it is very safe to use.

 

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