How to Make an Organic Green Tea Under Eye Mask With Aloe

A wonderfully beneficial under eye mask that will help brighten your eyes, reduce puffiness, moisturize and tighten your skin.

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How to Make an Organic Green Tea Under Eye Mask With Aloe
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Brew a cup of organic green tea.

Brew a cup of organic green tea.

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Green tea contains antioxidant properties and plenty of tannins. Together they help shrink swelling and reduce the fluids around the eyes. It also tightens the skin and reduces dark circles.

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Dice up the cucumber.

Dice up the cucumber.

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Cucumbers reduce the puffiness on skin and bags under eyes. Making the skin under the eyes look brighter and smoother.

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If you don't know how to extract the gel from the leaf, please check out my other guide on Natural Makeup remover. There's a guide on how to.

If you don't know how to extract the gel from the leaf, please check out my other guide on Natural Makeup remover. There's a guide on how to.

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Aloe vera contains a plethora of antioxidants like beta carotene, vitamins C and E that improve the natural firmness of skin. It also keeps the skin hydrated, increasing it's elasticity.

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Coconut oil and honey.

Coconut oil and honey.

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Coconut oil has antioxidant properties that keep the skin smooth, preventing premature aging and wrinkles of the skin. It also keeps your skin soft and moisturized.

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Honey has a property called humectant that attracts moisture and keeps it locked in. It's antioxidant properties supports the skin's ability to rejuvenate and refresh depleted skin.

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Combine all ingredients in a blender.

Combine all ingredients in a blender.

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Blend until completely smooth.

Blend until completely smooth.

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Pour your finished product in a jar or container.

Pour your finished product in a jar or container.

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Cut one round cotton pad in half.

Cut one round cotton pad in half.

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Shake to mix your jar and saturate your pads by dipping in the jar.

Shake to mix your jar and saturate your pads by dipping in the jar.

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Apply under the eyes for 15 minutes and wash off any left over residue.

Apply under the eyes for 15 minutes and wash off any left over residue.

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Store the product in the refrigerator as the cool temperature will relieve any puffiness in your eyes. The cooling effect may also help diminish dark circles.

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Supplies

1 Cup Organic Green Tea 
1 Cup Diced Cucumber 
4 Tablespoons Aloe gel 
2 Tablespoons Organic Virgin Coconut Oil 
2 Tablespoons Organic Honey 
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