Firmoo > Answers > Eye Health >  question


Ask questions

Allison walker


Does ice help chalazion?

I have chalazion. I heard that put ice cubes on my eyeslids can help reduce it. Does it really work?
Related Topics : chalazion eye health
Answer the question

Answers (3)

  • catgay2005


    A chalazion usually occurs on the upper eyelid. Chalazion is hard, painless mass typical comes up quickly over a few days. It is most coomon in people with oily skin. Some severe chalazion, that is, chalazion great, you can makes eyes deformation caused blurred vision. And chalazion may contribute to inflammation of eyelid. So many ways to be found out to relieve these conditions. First, apply ice cubes on eyes to reduce irritation and prevent blood rots in vessels on eyelids. Ice cubes are really good to heal chalazion. Second, you can try topical antibiotic eye drops or ointment to reduce acute allergies and bacteria. Also, tea bags help with heal chalazion indeed.
  • Gregory A Meetze


    No. Unlike a style, chalazion is a granuloma on your eyelid which is not infected or inflamed. It will remain the same way from now on. You can do nothing to help except for having it removed by surgery. The only way to eliminate it is surgery. You had better hurry up and have it removed surgically, otherwise it will be difficult to remove when it integrates into the tissue around it.
  • James green


    Well, in my opinion, compared with ice, warm compresses can be more effective for chalazion. Generally speaking, eye chalazion is a lump of the lid that is caused by obstruction of the drainage duct of an oil gland within the upper or lower eyelid. And because of it, lump may increase in size. In some cases, your eyes may be red, warm, or painful. At this moment, you need to try some ways to treat it. For example, you can hold a warm, wet cloth on the eyelid and just repeat it for several times.