Thursday, September 4, 2014

DIY: Eye Gel Patches/Masks

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Sorry for keeping you waiting but this previous announced DIY (+ video) is finally here: green tea/lemon eye gel patches!

I always see girls and their beauty hauls involving cool nifty stuff such as these jelly eye masks and I really want to try them out because eye areas is delicate and it should be treated with the best care, right?

Apart that I use eye cream and masks, I can hardly find any masks/patches that are specially for eye areas in my country. Or I must be blind? Nonetheless, it has build up motivations to make my own eye gel patches!

With green tea powder and lemon!
After a little research on the internet, I have found out that green tea helps reduces puffy eyes and dark circles and that lemon in general is great in fading out scars! What a lovely combo and how nice to be able to make it at home!

I hope you try them out too and thanks for watching my video!
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Sorry voor het lange wachten, maar dit eerder aangekondigd DIY (+ video) is eindelijk hier: groene thee / citroen oog gel maskers!

Ik zie altijd meisjes en hun leuke aankoopjes met o.a. leuke ogende hebbedingen zoals jelly oogmaskers, ietwat ik altijd al wilde uitproberen, want je ogen zijn teer en moet worden behandeld met de beste zorg, nietwaar?

Inderdaad!

Afgezien dat ik oogcrème en maskers gebruik, kan ik bijna geen maskers die speciaal voor ogen bedoeld zijn vinden in onze kikkerland. Of ik moet stekeblind zijn. Hoe dan ook, het heeft me zeker gemotiveerd om mijn eigen creaties te maken, deze oog gel maskertjes!  

Met groene thee poeder en citroen!
Na een beetje huiswerk gedaan te hebben op het internet, heb ik ontdekt dat groene thee helpt het verminderen van gezwollen ogen en donkere kringen en dat citroen in het algemeen een held is in het vervagen van littekens! Wat een mooie combo en hoe leuk dat je gewoon thuis aan de slag kan!

Ik hoop dat je ze uitprobeer en alvast bedankt voor het kijken van mn video!


You'll need: 1 tbsp. green tea powder, 1 tsp. agar agar, 1 good squeeze of lemon juice, 100 ml boiling water


Pssst it's vegan friendly!

Once I opened this Jellybean package and saw these cover lids, I already knew these lids would be great molds c: 



Please watch in HD!


36 comments :

  1. This looks like a really simple and fun DIY! :)

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  2. Oh wow this is ingenious! The jellybean moulds worked out so well haha. They do remind me of army paint lol!

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  3. I love that you have a video, very cool.

    Also, I am in love with your voice; it is so soothing !

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  4. so interesting, I will try it at home, Thanks for sharing !

    Chic Swank

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  5. Whattt! These are so COOL! It seems many tend to neglect their under eyes.

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  6. Ah, I need to try this out. I have some serious problem with dark circles.

    Kah-Feh Yen

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  7. Ja ik ben weer een soort van terug haha, maar nice DIY! Super easy ook haha

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  8. So helpful! And it's so easy. Loved the video, you should do more (:

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  9. hello dear!
    OMG!Your have a great blog! pics are inspiring me! So creative :)
    I wanna to ask you if you want to follow each other?
    Let me know , pleas. I always follow back. Will be great keep in touch! :)
    have a great day !!
    xoxo

    www.thegrisgirl.blogspot.com.es

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  10. Het ziet er best grappig uit xD Maar ik geloof best dat ze erg goed werken! :D

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  11. great diy! did you notice any differences after using it?

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  12. i LOVE this! am definitely trying it, although i'm not sure what i could use as moulds...

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  13. This is soooooo smart! You really come up with the coolest more unique diy things!

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  14. I had no idea you could make these at home - brilliant DIY!

    Have a great weekend,
    -Kati

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  15. Oh gosh, I forgot how sexy your accent was... I love watching your videos, they're always so cool. Totally pinning this for later, thanks Mei!

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  16. Hey dear! Been super out of the blogging loop but I'm back and catching up on your blog because it's one of my favorite reads ^^
    This is such an awesome idea!! The moulds are the perfect shape too! This is cool because it's pretty adjustable, you could add all sorts of beneficial natural products for your skin!

    Chloé⎪à la foliee

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  17. Such a clever idea! I'll have to give it a go :)

    XO Greta | flourish-blog.blogspot.com

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  18. this is so creative and cute!!! is it weird that i actually feel like i'd want to eat them? lol :) they look so refreshing AND yummy!

    rachel x
    blush&brunch

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  19. My eyebags are perpetual, god knows I need these eye gel patch masks! I bet since they're so refreshing, they wouldn't be so bad to put on in the morning either! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  20. Not shitting you, this is the coolest DIY I've seen in a LONG time!

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  21. Thanks a lot for the video, Mei! Never knew it's so easy to make eye-gel patches! And umm, this is kinda embarassing but am I the only one that think it looks yummy?

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  22. Ah soooo creative and fun!!! I wanna try this ^^

    Looks really good!

    恵美より ♥
    www.emi-doll.blogspot.jp

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  23. I love the ingredients you used! Excellent for the eyes!

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  24. Wooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, dit lijk zooo cool! Dat moet ik echt gaan proberen :P

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  25. Can you put them back in the fridge and reuse them?

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  26. Where can I get the molds for this?

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  27. It is amazing recipe that I have seen
    But where to buy this tool http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-oe3oA_uuMeU/VAjSr_f3QvI/AAAAAAAATSc/9_tSImIdieM/s1600/DIY%2Bbeauty%2Bgreentea%2Blemon%2Beyegel%2Bpatch%2Bsetting2.png (I dont know the name)
    Thanks

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  28. I am from canada.....where do you get the molds?

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  29. I would image you could add this to a jar and apply it on your face each morning.

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  30. Do you know a cite or company? So that I can look up online to try to get these molds for myself.
    Please and Thanks, Molly :)

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    1. Hiya! I bought these at a big mall somewhere in Hong Kong some time ago.
      I've searched the Jelly Bean website but with other flavors yet same packaging: https://www.jellybelly.com/gift-boxes/c/61
      Good luck!

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