Natural Healing Homemade Green Tea Eye Cream Recipe

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Natural Healing Anti-wrinkle Homemade Green Tea Eye Cream Recipe

Does your eye area need a little extra love to help keep those pesky wrinkles away for as long as possible? Then be sure to try out this natural anti-wrinkle homemade green tea eye cream recipe! It’s formulated using a combination of oils known for their healing properties like rosehip seed oil, walnut oil, pumpkin seed oil and evening primrose! Plus it contains a liquid green tea extract renowned for it’s anti-oxidant properties.

Use this healing green tea eye cream sparingly under eyes and around the eye area at night before bed. A little goes a long way! It’s also wonderful for dry skin and eczema or as a night cream for your face if you have dry or maturing skin.

Natural Anti-Wrinkle Green Tea Eye Cream Recipe

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.25 oz. beeswax
.3 oz. walnut oil
.3 oz. rosehip seed oil
.25 oz. pumpkin seed oil
.25 oz. shea butter
.25 oz. evening primrose oil
.5 ml vitamin E
.1 oz. liquid green tea extract


Use a digital scale to weigh out the shea butter and beeswax. Melt a double boiler then remove from heat. Now weigh out the walnut, rosehip, pumpkin, and evening primrose oil and stir into the melted shea butter and beeswax.

Using a graduated plastic transfer pipette measure out the vitamin E oil and stir into the cream.

Allow the natural green tea eye cream to cool completely and solidify to a creamy consistency – you can speed this up by popping it in the fridge for several hours – then weigh out the liquid green tea extract and stir into the cream.

Spoon the final product into a 2 oz. glass jar and seal. Store in a cool dry place.

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  1. Bele. @. Blah blah says:

    Another gorgeous recipe x

  2. Great recipe but with the glycerin and water content in the green extract, you need some kind of preservative.

    • I used aloe with a preservative and used mine right away, however yes, if you’re not planning to use this immediately or are planning to sell these or gift them, you’d definitely want to use a preservative. You could use Phenonip and add at .5%-1% when the temps of this are between 140°-155°F to prevent the growth of mold, bacteria and fungus. Or you could also use Optiphen, which is paraben free, but you’ll need to add it at around 120°F. Or of course any other preservative of choice.

  3. Any substitute for walnut oil?