If Blepharirist or eyelids inflamed cause by allergy, can it cured?

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If eyelid inflamed cause by allergy, can it cured if we advoid thing that cause allergy? I never noticed I allergy to s.th before. I'm 23years now. Around 9years that I wear make up almost everyday and 3-4years with contact lenses. I drink much coffee all day without any problem. But, this whole years I did these occasionally since I rarely went out during My pregnancy. After pregancy, I started eyestrain. After 1week of eyedrop from my eye Dr. I caught a cold. After that, I back to that eyedrop and get eyelid inflamed. Now, I found out my eyes and health are weak, often diarrhea, dranduff, dry skin and itchy. I wonder how can I back to my make up and contact lenses as before? I never change new brand of all of these for years. So, can it suddenly cause by them? Or new eyes drop of Doctor? Or coffee( I drink this almost 5years even during pregancy)?

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    See my blog on instant coffee allergy.  

    I found that the cause of my itchy legs (mainly around the joints) was when I changed employer, and started drinking instant coffee all day instead of filter coffee.

    I 'cured' myself by going onto green tea for a few weeks, and hey presto, no itchy legs any more, then I changed to filter coffee, and have been fine now for 11 years.


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      Thanks Rocketman, I have been drinking many kinds of coffee for years as well as instant coffee, but recently I tried new brand of filter coffee for around 0,5kg and notice I often have inflammation in the evening on type of skin like inner mouth such as throat, and recently eyelids (blepharitis).
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