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      Hi all,
      I need ur help if someone could provide me the cure of this issue that i have.

      On the corner of eye (right eye- area between nose and eyes), sometime there is some dandruff like flakes develops. I have tried many ointments but in vain. It re-appears as soon as my skin gets dry. I always try to keep the area moisten but still. No medication works. what should i do???

      Even nowadays it seems like my right eye is shrinking due to this

      Please if any one of u can help in this regards i ll b grateful.

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      Have you been to the docs? Have they ruled out psoriasis or eczema?

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      Hi Adeela,
      Let me help you on this,
      Your condition seems to be like Blepharitis, or more so of meibominitis. On the inner parts of Eyelids, there are Meibomium glands which secrete a wax like substance that form a layer on the eyeball, more so on the cornea. If the production of this waxy substance is more, say due to some infection, allergy, or due to dryness of the eyes, you will get flakes. The solution is
      1. Daily wash your eyelashes and eyelids with warm water, cleansing them with Johnsons Baby soap or shampoo.
      2. Just Before Sleep, wash your eyelashes, then wait them to dry, then Apply Neosporin-H ointment.
      3. Use artificial tears which contain Carboxymethylcellulose, three times a day for 5 days.

      Within 5 days you will get good relief, and then you should wash your eyeslashes twice a week with Johnsons baby shampoo or soap.

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      Quote Originally Posted by dildirani View Post
      Have you been to the docs? Have they ruled out psoriasis or eczema?
      yea been to so many docs ... nothing like psoriasis or eczema

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      Refract the problem does not seem to be with her eyes as much, seems like it is the skin.

      I would still see a skin specialist/dermatologist even though you have.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Refract View Post
      Hi Adeela,
      Let me help you on this,
      Your condition seems to be like Blepharitis, or more so of meibominitis. On the inner parts of Eyelids, there are Meibomium glands which secrete a wax like substance that form a layer on the eyeball, more so on the cornea. If the production of this waxy substance is more, say due to some infection, allergy, or due to dryness of the eyes, you will get flakes. The solution is
      1. Daily wash your eyelashes and eyelids with warm water, cleansing them with Johnsons Baby soap or shampoo.
      2. Just Before Sleep, wash your eyelashes, then wait them to dry, then Apply Neosporin-H ointment.
      3. Use artificial tears which contain Carboxymethylcellulose, three times a day for 5 days.

      Within 5 days you will get good relief, and then you should wash your eyeslashes twice a week with Johnsons baby shampoo or soap.

      Thanks alot, i ll try that this cleansing stuff ...

      Previously one doc has advised me to apply Advantan ointment on the affected area b4 sleep. But my current doc says its a steroid n should not be used ... he advised me Cortisporin before sleep...

      plz tell me if Neosporin has same effects as for Cortisporin???

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      Quote Originally Posted by dildirani View Post
      Refract the problem does not seem to be with her eyes as much, seems like it is the skin.

      I would still see a skin specialist/dermatologist even though you have.
      Have been to so many dermatologists but this problem always comes back to me.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Refract View Post
      Hi Adeela,
      Let me help you on this,
      Your condition seems to be like Blepharitis, or more so of meibominitis. On the inner parts of Eyelids, there are Meibomium glands which secrete a wax like substance that form a layer on the eyeball, more so on the cornea. If the production of this waxy substance is more, say due to some infection, allergy, or due to dryness of the eyes, you will get flakes. The solution is
      1. Daily wash your eyelashes and eyelids with warm water, cleansing them with Johnsons Baby soap or shampoo.
      2. Just Before Sleep, wash your eyelashes, then wait them to dry, then Apply Neosporin-H ointment.
      3. Use artificial tears which contain Carboxymethylcellulose, three times a day for 5 days.

      Within 5 days you will get good relief, and then you should wash your eyeslashes twice a week with Johnsons baby shampoo or soap.

      ^^^ try this, i haven experiencing the some thing as u...two months ago it started only in my right eye. i have been using the above trick...n its been helping a lot.

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      atleast i found some one who have been thru this thing... its really weird when ppl say never heard of it .... :S
      I ll surely try this ... thnkss rabia

      Refract plz tell me if Cortisporin n Neosporin are same or not?

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      [quote=adeela;6298769]atleast i found some one who have been thru this thing... its really weird when ppl say never heard of it .... :S
      I ll surely try this ... thnkss rabia

      ^^adeela did it help...did u follow the method. i hope it helped.

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      yes rabia , i m following the tip... (other than arficial tears thing) n its much much better ... thnks alot.... still it comes back when i keep my skin dry for a longer time... but the %age is very less no doubt...

      I think if i do it regularly, some day it will be completely cured....

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      This issue is back againnn :'((((

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      Is it just dry skin that flakes? Or is it thick and scabby? Have you tried vaseline and Vitamin E oil?
      ..all you need is trust and a little bit of pixie dust!

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      I have dandruff like flakes on forhead n very dry skin ,went to skin specialist many times but nothing helped me
      "He will provide for you a light wherein you will walk, and will grant you forgiveness. And Allah is Forgiving, Merciful."
      (Surah Al-Hadid)

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      If you can afford it try a couple of microderm sessions..or use a VERY fine exfoliant on the dry area's and use Vitamin E oil as a moisturiser.
      ..all you need is trust and a little bit of pixie dust!