The pain from blepharitis can be helped with the Zylet as there is a steroid in the drop that can help with inflammation. Ultimately, however, the eye is dry because of the blepharitis and that is where your pain is coming from.
To treat the blepharitis you need to do a daily regimen of 1) hot compresses for 5-10 minutes (quite hot, not burning), rubbing eyelids while doing so; and 2) eyelid scrubs (scrubbing the margins of the eyelids where the eyelashes come out): you can either use commercially available preparations (ocusoft or sterilid) or you can use a qtip dipped in a 1/4 cup warm water with 4-5 drops of Johnson's Baby Shampoo in it.
These two treatments must be done every day as the blepharitis is something you will always have. In addition, because your eyes are dry and it takes 2-3 weeks of this therapy before you feel significant results, you need to use artificial tears at least 4x/day in both eyes for the next four weeks, before tapering down one drop per week. If you use the tears only when you feel like you need, to it will likely not be consistent enough.
The Zylet will help calm down inflammation quicker and so should be used as well.
By doing all of these therapies, your pain should subside quickly.
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