Five Homemade Remedies for Beautiful Eyes

Cucumbers make a great addition to your beauty routine as they refresh and treat inflammation. Did you know they can also help reduce the appearance of crow's feet around the eyes?
Five Homemade Remedies for Beautiful Eyes

Last update: 09 October, 2022

Do your eyes swell? Can you see fine lines around your outer contours? Don’t worry. This article contains five simple homemade remedies to address these two common issues. Here are a few simple, affordable and all-natural remedies for beautiful eyes! 

Homemade creams for beautiful eyes

The contour of your eyes — the outer area — is often the first to show signs of aging or even smiling too much. The cold, dehydration, sun, and aging can cause the appearance of fine lines known as crow’s feet, and sometimes even cause the slight swelling of the tissue around that area. Below are a few homemade creams that can help you get beautiful eyes.

1. Aloe vera and grapeseed oil


Grape seeds? This may surprise you but grape seeds are the best-kept secret in beautiful eyes. Grape seed oil is an essential oil that can be found at any market. Adding it to aloe vera makes a better remedy than those expensive creams sold at beauty stores.

To prepare the cream you only need a tablespoon of aloe vera and two drops of grape seed oil and a teaspoon of royal jelly. Mix them together and let them set. This mixture will last you a few days if you apply it all over the contour of your eyes in a massaging motion before bed.

2. Olive oil and cocoa powder

cocoa powder

This is another great way to hydrate the area around your eyes and treat crow’s feet. Cocoa powder can be found at any health food store, it’s cheap and provides several benefits.

You’ll only need a tablespoon. Melt it over warm heat and add a few drops of olive oil.  Then massage it into the contour of your eyes. This mixture should last you about three days. Massage into the area for the best benefits.

3. Yogurt and green tea


For days when you wake up with swollen eyes or bags under your eyes, try this remedy. This remedy is chock full of antioxidants and hydration. Prepare a cup of green tea with a half cup of water. Add two tablespoons of white yogurt and mix well. Place in the refrigerator to cool. Apply below the eyes to treat the bags and swelling.

4. Cucumber and vaseline

Cucumber cream

Cucumbers and vaseline are two ingredients that you should have at home. They both act as hydrators that tone and replenish skin so it has a healthy appearance. So how do you use them? Finely chop two cucumber slices. With the help of a fork, mash the cucumber into the vaseline until you get a fine paste. Place in the refrigerator for a few minutes to cool.

Use in the mornings or before bed for about ten minutes, you’ll notice a huge difference. Those baggy eyes will go away and your wrinkles will become less noticeable.

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5. Rose water and yogurt

Rose water

Rose water is easy to find. You can get this good quality product from health stores and it shouldn’t be too pricey. It’s generally used in several ways and has some wonderful benefits for your eye area. If you mix it with two tablespoons of yogurt with three drops and apply to the area around your eyes, you’ll help the blood flow. Therefore, your skin will become more elastic and toned.

Go ahead and try any of these remedies for more beautiful eyes.

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This text is provided for informational purposes only and does not replace consultation with a professional. If in doubt, consult your specialist.