Here is how to get rid of it:
Boil one liter of water with 2 teaspoons of salt. Let it to cool a bit then soak a cotton towel or a cotton pad in the salty water. Apply it on the affected eye, and soak the compress in the water every time is needed, because the compress has to stay warm on the affected eye for about 20 minutes. Use this remedy in the morning and evening, and the next day there will not be any trace of a stye.
Heat a whole-fat milk cup and dab the stye with a sterile piece of gauze, using the liquid as warmest as possible.
Apply it until the remaining milk is cooled in the cup, and then rinse gently with lukewarm water.
Be careful not to put hot milk in your eyes, and keep your hands clean while you’re applying this remedy, because you can infect the area even worst.
You can use essential garlic oil or even crushed garlic cloves. Apply in the evening on the whole inflamed area, and repeat the procedure in the morning, too. You’ll see the miracles of this remedy and you’ll definitely recommend it to others.
Apply the garlic paste on the eyelid, or on the area where the stye appears. Let to act overnight or for about 5 hours, and then rinse with lukewarm water. The infection will disappear and your eye will look better the next day.