Eye Magic


Like any girl I too suffer from vanity , and when your parents are hunting for a groom for you ( the hunt can be quite literal at time – but that’s for another entry) , they expect you to take care of yourself… After all the guys don’t want an intelligent nerd as wife…so out come the old home remedies…

Decided to share some related to eye care with you here…Enjoy…

  • For thick lashes – If you have thin eye lashes then use equal proportion of glycerin and castor oil regularly. This will make your eyelashes grow thicker. (You can try for eyebrows too )
  • For puffy eyes – Massage a drop of castor oil on to them ( helps with under eye wrinkles too) or use cucumber slices or use cotton pads dipped in unboiled milk.
  • For dark circles – Take a Vitamin E capsule and carefully pierce it with a pin or needle. Dab a bit of the oil on your fingertip and pat it into the skin under your eyes or Take a used tea bag (black, green or white), after it has cooled, and apply it to the skin under your eyes or take equal amounts of almond oill & honey and apply it each night before going to bed ( helps with under eye wrinkles too) or apply a paste of lemon juice, tomato puree, orange lentil flour (masoor dal ) and turmeric powder on under eye dark circles. Leave it for 15 minutes and wash it off or Prepare a paste of pineapple juice and turmeric ,apply it on the under eye area.
  • For crows feet – An effective remedy is an anti-hemmeroids aka piles cream or use papatya pulp or use egg white
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One thought on “Eye Magic

  1. Hello and I think this post in very interesting. I realize you have stopped posting nearly a year ago, I sure other people have appreciated some of the things you have said. However, is the glycerin/castor oil for thicker lashes a tried and true recipe?
    I want to try this but weary of the effects. Also do you have any tips for growing thicker hair. My hair is heavy at the bottom but seems to lack volume on top. Any ideas?
    Thank you very much and I hope you haven’t given up on your writing. Or are you no longer single? 😉
    Best of luck!

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