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From what I've heard most Blepharitis is caused by Seborrheic Dermatitis. So what do you do? You treat the Seborrheic Dermatitis first, that's what I did & mine is gone!!! I get Seborrheic Dermatitis not only on my eyes but around my ears. Itchy, scaling, scabbing, redness. Sounds familiar? Yes I have Eczema & Rosacea too. Anyway, went to the dermatologist, because you know the eye doctors don't do a whole lot, even though several of them diagnosed me with dry eyes & Blepharitis. My dermatologist gave me some topical Betamethasone Valerate Lotion o.1% 60 ml. in a bottle. I put it on my ears & he said I could use it too on my eyes. Not in my eyes, just where it's bothering me at. On eyelids, near above lashes & below. Now I only do this when my eyes start itching real bad. I don't use it all the time. My Blepharitis is practically gone since I've used this & now I can wear mascara. The mascara I wear is an organic natural kind with no artificial dyes, parabens, fragrances or chemicals. That also helps me as well, since I have sensitive skin. I also use fragrance free body washes in the shower. Johnson's baby shampoo would irritate my eyes with the fragrance in it, that they became worse. I can't even use Wet Wipes either because of the strong fragrance. Ever since I've used this topical solution from my dermatologist I really don't need to use anything else. I don't even have to do the warm packs anymore. Save yourself time, headaches & money & just use the topical Betamethathasone Valerate Lotion & let me know how it works. If that don't work try Momentasone Furoate Topical Solution 0.1% it's less stingy & it doesn't bother my ears so bad as the other one I mentioned, so I use that one on my ears & the other on my eyes, but you can use the Momentasone Furoate Topical Solution on your eyes too, instead of the other one, but for me I get better results with the Betamethasone. Good luck everyone!!!!!!
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