How to Change Eye Color with Honey

By Sharon R. Lee

I love eyes. I mean, who doesn't? They're the windows to our souls, after all. But there's one thing about them that irks me: their color. Mine are brown, and I've always wished they were blue.

Everyone is born with one eye color and another eye color gene hidden inside them (which means most people have more than one pair of genes that could create different eye colors).

When it comes to my brown eyes, though? Well, those genes are just not cooperating with me! So what's a girl (or guy) supposed to do when she wants to change her eye color naturally?

Start with raw honey.

You can use raw honey to change your eye color. Raw honey has been known for its healing properties for centuries. In fact, it was used in ancient Egypt as a remedy for many ailments and can still be found being used today by modern practitioners of alternative medicine.

The type of raw honey you use will depend on where you live and how much time you have to hunt down the perfect jar (or jars).

If you’re in a rush, go with organic local store-bought varieties from any grocery store; if not, try going out into your backyard or to the nearest farmer’s market!

Wash your face with warm water and a cleanser to remove makeup and open up your pores.

First, wash your face with warm water and a cleanser to remove makeup and open up your pores. You’re probably thinking “but honey is supposed to be good for the skin—why do I need to cleanse first?”

Well, it turns out that honey can actually leave behind some dirt and bacteria from whatever you were eating for dinner. So, if you want to avoid ending up with just a sticky brown goop on your eyelids (yes, this is possible), then cleanse first!

After cleansing your face in order to remove any impurities that might hinder the effectiveness of the honey treatment, apply some moisturizer or eye cream on top of it so that it doesn't dry out too much when you apply the honey later on.

Dry your face with a clean cloth and rub a small amount of honey directly onto your eyelids.

The first step is to dry your face with a clean cloth and rub a small amount of honey directly onto your eyelids.

You do not want to use a cotton swab! This will cause the skin around your eyes to become irritated, as well as create excess waste. Instead, use a clean cloth or cotton pad and rub the honey on your eyelids.

Do not apply honey to any part of the lashes; instead, apply it just above where they start at the edge of each eye (you don't need to get too close).

Also avoid applying it anywhere near your inner corner of each eye—this area tends to be very sensitive and could cause irritation if you use honey here.

Finally, avoid applying any kind of wet substance directly on top of an existing pimple or insect bite; this may make matters worse than before!

Leave the honey on for 20 minutes, then rinse off with cold water.

To change your eye color with honey, apply the honey to your eyes. Leave it on for 20 minutes and then rinse off with cold water. Repeat this once a day for one month.

Repeat this process for about one month until you notice changes in eye color.

You can expect it to take about one month for your eyes to turn the color you want. If you are not satisfied with the results after this time, repeat the process.

Remember, this treatment is not recommended for people with sensitive skin or allergies to honey or vitamin B6.

honey can be used as a natural way to change eye color

Honey contains hydrogen peroxide, which is an antiseptic and a natural skin bleaching agent. It can help to treat things like skin blemishes and dark spots. It is also used as a treatment for skin damage, such as burns or cuts.

In addition to healing damaged areas on the body, honey has been shown to have antibacterial properties that can be beneficial in fighting infections caused by rashes or eczema.


For most people, honey is a safe and effective way to change eye color. However, it may take some time before you notice any changes in your eyes.

If you're not seeing results after a month of using this technique, try applying more honey or increasing the length of time that you leave it on for.

You can also try using other home remedies like beetroot juice or lemon juice to help speed up the process or make it even more effective!

Sharon R. Lee

About the author

Hi There! I'm Lee. Welcome to A Pretty Fix, a home DIY blog about making your home colorful, decorating, and helping colors ideas and fun. Here you'll find ideas, tips, and inspiration to live life more colorfully and beautifully. Hope you stick around!

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