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Using Green Tea Ice Cubes To De-Puff Eyebags

Blessed are those who have no puffy eye bags or dark circles under their eyes. Those bags and panda eyes are the only thing in this world that seems to be permanent and stick with you forever–and that sucks big time. However, we might have found a natural way to “de-puff” those bags. It’s nothing like botox though! Don’t get us wrong. It’s just a quick remedy that can reduce those cursed bags when you can’t afford to look too tired because you have a party or an important event to go to. Or simply, when you’ve had quite a lot of colleagues asking you if you’re stressed or if you haven’t been sleeping at all. You can do this once or twice every week, like a pick-me-up when your bags look too heavy!

Green Tea Ice Cubes To De-Puff Eyebags

Green Tea has been one of our all-time favorites. Plus, it is one of Mother Nature’s miracle cure. It is rich in antioxidants and flavonoids that are anti-aging, repairs skin, and soothes irritated skin. As Green Tea ice cubes, it can boost the blood circulation underneath your eyes and drain the fluid that causes the puffiness. However, it’s good to remember that you should not rub the Green Tea ice cubes on your undereye area. The skin there is very delicate so be careful about putting any pressure. Just pat it gently against the area but don’t leave it on for too long. Without further ado, here’s the recipe!


4 green tea bags
2 cups of water
1 ice tray


  1. Pour 2 cups of water into a small saucepan and bring to a boil.
  2. Turn off the heat. Place 4 green tea bags into the hot water. Let steep for 5 minutes, then remove the tea bags. If you have fresh Green Tea leaves, you can add this too!
  3. Wait for the tea mixture to cool. Then, pour into an ice tray.
  4. Place the tray in your freezer and leave overnight.
  5. To use, pop out an ice cube and wrap it in any clean cloth. Gently dab underneath your eyes.

Green Tea Ice Cubes To De-Puff Eyebags

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  • Ana Brose says:

    I’ve tried this before and it also works on cystic acne. I was so desperate to get rid of a huge pimple a week ago and someone recommended this to me. It works great actually. Just not sure on the de-puffing.

  • I’ve always heard that ice cubes can reduce your eyebags, but I never thought of adding green tea.

  • Hena Taylor says:

    Not sure where I read this but others recommend using used green tea bags to reduce the puffiness as well. They just pop it in the fridge and leave it on their undereyes for a few minutes.

  • Kseniya Tomlin says:

    Green Tea is amazing. What can’t it do?

  • Luthi Sanders says:

    Tried this once and it worked okay. Wasn’t life changing or anything but it did reduce the puffiness. That’s good enough for me because I have to put less concealer because of it.

  • Zerin Martin says:

    Is it bad that I want to put this on my drink instead of putting it under my eye? It looks tasty. Especially if you add milk.?

    • Lancy Stanford says:

      Matcha milk tea!

  • Ani Hoker says:

    This looks like something I really need to do more than twice a week. My eyebags are luggages waiting to be unloaded.

  • Kimberly Holder says:

    When I saw this post I tried it immediately. It feels really nice and relaxing too and it did help reduce the inflammation under my eyes. I’ll try doing this again next week and see if it improves.

  • Dawn Katz says:

    This isn’t exactly a cure just ike what the article says but it helps!

  • Kelly Gonzales says:

    Green Tea is a very useful thing in my pantry. It has so many uses apart from what’s listed here. It’s great stuff.

  • Wilma Moore says:

    Thanks for sharing this tip. Been trying to find ways to reduce my eyebags and I think I just found it!