Try doing some hot compress every day for a total of an hour a day. I tend to tell patients to take a zip lock bag and fill the bag half way with hot water and then run a wash cloth as well under some hot water and then squeeze out as much of the water as you can and place it back in the bag. I have been informed by many patients that this method keeps the wash cloth warmer longer and the bag tends to reach the glands nasal as well as the glands temporal very well. If this method is unsuccessful then I would recommend seeing your Oculoplastic Surgeon or finding one to take a look. Our office here in the Seattle area also has an amazing Dry Eye Department that specializes in chalazions and dry eyes. We have patients that come from miles away and as far as Oregon and at times California to meet with our Dry Eye Specialist here at the office about their dry eyes and chalazions.