Home Remedy For Eye Burns

Eye burns and eye pain are common, a variety of causes can lead to eye burns, including:

  • dust
  • smoke
  • eyestrain
  • wind
  • ozone
  • lack of sleep
  • cold
  • UV radiation
  • farsightedness
  • contact lenses

If the burning of the eyes is particularly severe or lasts for several days, you should seek medical help.

Possible measures against eye burning:

Keep the rooms where you are staying fresh and sufficiently humid.

Brew one teaspoon of chamomile flowers with a quarter of a liter of boiling water, infuse for five minutes and strain. Soak a gauze pad in the liquid and place it on the eyelids several times a day, as warm as possible.

A circulation with lukewarm fresh milk is also recommended and relieves the discomfort.

For the night you can put a linen lotion dipped in eyebright tea on the eyes. Attach it with a bandage.

Put your hands over your eyes so that no light can penetrate. Now look into the darkness and try to relax. Looking in darkness can relax your eyes.

Massage the pain points around the eye with light finger pressure.

Make compresses with chamomile or eye rust extracts. Dip cotton balls into the diluted extract and place on closed eyes.