Eucalyptus and Lemongrass for Blepharitis

5 star (1) 

Barefoot (OR) on 02/01/2023:
5 out of 5 stars

I found something different that has tremendously helped my decade old, very advanced blepharitis. Ecoessence nourishing lotion. My husband came home with a tiny bottle of lotion from a fancy hotel and told me I should try it because it didn't have any harsh chemicals. At first I just threw it away but something told me to try it first. It was a miracle how much relief it instantly gave my eyes. I've been using it for a week now and even my husband said "Wow, what a difference! ". It's called Ecoessence eucalyptys and lemongrass. It's a tiny yellow and white bottle and it's typically sold by the case to hotels but I found one company that allows you to buy it by the piece for only 50 cents each. It provided immediate relief and has taken down all the redness and itching, the crusts have gone down 95%, and my skin is actually healing rapidly around my eyes. Now I put it on immediately after my wash routine and absolutely nothing else I have can come close to helping me as much as this does right now. I do still add a swipe of olive oil to each lash-line before bed, but the lotion maintains me all day now. I just wanted to put that out there, and if you want to try it you can order from You have to message them to request to buy singles and order over the phone. Look up "eccoessence" and it's click "nourishing lotion" and you will see a picture when you click on it. For only 50 cents, it may be worth a try, and I hope it can help some other blepharitis sufferer as much as it has helped me. Blepharitis can be absolute torture.
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