EYE CARE- your favorite DIYs and basic TIPS

Taking eye care comes first. We always forget that the skin around our eyes is delicate and needs some extra care. Rubbing, scratching or pinching your eyes might lead to frustrated, painful or even other eye issues. When we

It’s time to give your eyes the care they need. These diys are ‘home therapy’ from home products that doesn’t cost you anything and you can easily find at your home.

Here are some DIYs that can work for you.


Eye masks help in maintaining the firmness of your under-eye areas while keeping it smooth and refresh. Making eye masks are so simple that you can make it by yourself. Here are top 3 eye masks that really works.


How to make

  • Put rose petals in boiling water and wait for some time then drain the water in a bowl and let it cool.
  • Blend cucumber and make puree. Transfer the liquid in the same bowl.
  • Cut cotton pads in a crescent shape that is half moon shape.
  • Soak cotton pads in cucumber and rose water, squeeze extra water if any and then re-soak the pads.
  • Place the cotton pads under your eyes and let it rest for 15 to 20 mins.
rose and cucmber


Helps in combating crow’s feet, puffiness and dark circles. Gives a smooth under eye area with a hint of pink tone.


How to make

  • Take 2 tea bags and dip in warm water. Leave it for 10 mins .
  • Compress the bags to drain the excess water and let it cool or put it in the refrigerator for better cooling effects.
  • Put the tea bags on your eyes and leave it for 15 to 20 mins.
  • Remove the bags and gently massage the water until the skin absorbs it.
tea bags for eye care


Helps in reducing styes and conjunctivitis. Tightens the under eye, put puffiness, dark circles and inflammation at bay by applying tea bags.


How to make

  • Grate some potatoes and extract the juice by transferring the grated potatoes in a muslin cloth and squeezing it.
  • Collect the juice and let it in the refrigerator.
  • Cut cotton pads in a crescent shape that is half moon shape.
  • Soak cotton pads in potato juice, squeeze extra water if any and then re-soak the pads.
  • Place the cotton pads under your eyes and let it rest for 15 to 20 mins.
  • OR you can directly apply thin slices of potatoes on your eyes and leave it for 15 to 20 mins.
potato juice helps in eye care


Reduces wrinkles and puffiness. It instantly brightens and tightens your under eye area and soothes the skin.


When the work of eye masks is over, it’s time for eye creams. After masking your eye area need hydration. Keeping in mind the thin skin under the eyes, below are some top eye cream diys.


How to make

  • Melt shea butter in a pot and allow it to cool.
  • Add a few drops of chamomile essential oil in the melted shea butter and mix.
  • Allow the mixture to cool then apply a pea size amount under your eyes and massage it in a circular motion.
shea butter and chamomile


It brightens and reduce inflammation. Protects against UV rays and soothes redness and irritation.


  • Put 3 to 4 tbsp of olive oil in a jar. (Or as per required)
  • Pierce the vitamin E capsules and add to the Olive oil, then mix it and leave it to rest.
  • Apply this mixture under your eye and massage in a circular motion with your ring finger until the skin absorbs it.
vitamin e and olive oil


This diy cream helps in firming and smoothing the skin. Fights wrinkles and fine lines.


How to make

  • Brew coffee (strong and organic one recommended; 1cup of water needed) and pour in a clean ice cube tray.
  • Let it set and chill for some time.
  • Take a muslin or cotton cloth and put one coffee ice cube OR you can directly apply the ice cube.
  • Dab it on skin with a light pressure and swipe it away.
coffee cubes for eye care


Rich in anti-oxidant, this will help in rejuvenating and refreshing the look. Fights free radicals, inflammation and dark circles.

6 easy tips for your eye care routine

  • Spend a few minutes gently massaging not only under your eyes, but along your brows, across the bridge of your nose, and from the outer corners of your eyes to your temples.
  • Always use ring finger because it put lightest pressure good for delicate skin.
  • Do a patch test.
  • Always wash your hands before your eye care routine.
  • Don’t forget to moisturize and apply sunscreen after your eye care routine.
  • Don’t forget to add eye care routine in your daily skincare routine.

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