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(02-08-2013, 04:55 PM)achievedream Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-08-2013, 03:14 PM)♥AngieNoelle Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-08-2013, 09:43 PM)lee96 Wrote: [ -> ]hey everyone,

i posted an introduction here a while ago and have not posted since then because i was posting more on another site Blush but anyway i'v been using honey and distilled water eye drops for 2 weeks now and my eyes are definitely lighter so i thought i might share my progress with you guysSmile

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i'm going to start using msm soon
btw i know the after photo is blurry but it's all i got Sad

Your progress is great. Congratulations.

How is your progress, you've been doing this for a while i assume?

My progress is still going good. I started off with extremely dark brown almost black eyes. My eyes have lightened but in pictures they still look dark. LOL I will post images when you'll be able to see the drastic change of color in my images.

How is your journey coming along?

(02-08-2013, 02:35 PM)achievedream Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-08-2013, 09:43 PM)lee96 Wrote: [ -> ]hey everyone,

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Hii,

I know the second pic is a bit blurry, but even then you can make out that the eye on the right is clearly lighter.

Is it possible to take another pic of you as you are now? It would be amazing to have a camera as good as you take a brilliant before and after pic in similar lightings.

Keep up the good work and good progress! Could you go into more depth about your colour change? How did it transition and so on?Smile


sure of course Smile

I use the eye drops ALOT every hour in the day and 3 times in each eye at least and i'm not gonna lie sometimes i forget and have to do it every 2 hours lol and after maybe 5 days i seen small improvements but nothing anyone else could notice.This maybe wont work for some people if they have a busy schedule.

and i'd love to take another photo but it's cloudy at the moment and i need to take all my photos in similar lighting so if it get some sunlight coming through the window i'll take a photo lol
(02-08-2013, 03:24 PM)♥AngieNoelle Wrote: [ -> ]lee96,

What kind of honey are you using?

i'm using raw organic Manuka honey active 16+ Wink
(02-08-2013, 04:31 PM)matthijskm Wrote: [ -> ]Wow nice results !
It kinda suprised that the outer ring was visible before the honey and less visible after the honey drops. In both of the cases on this page.

Do some people also experience this?

i can actually still see my limbal ring it's just for some reason in the photo it wont show.
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(02-08-2013, 06:21 PM)lee96 Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-08-2013, 04:31 PM)matthijskm Wrote: [ -> ]Wow nice results !
It kinda suprised that the outer ring was visible before the honey and less visible after the honey drops. In both of the cases on this page.

Do some people also experience this?

i can actually still see my limbal ring it's just for some reason in the photo it wont show.

Since you can see yourself Irl, how many shades lighter do you think you've gone so far?(and what exact changes). We've seen the pics btw! I just like hearing explanations too, since it's clearer to see irl.

If it's ok to ask, how do you mix the solution? Do you use one spoon of honey to two spoons of water?

cheers! keep at it bruh. Im joining you soon
(02-08-2013, 10:10 PM)achievedream Wrote: [ -> ]S
(02-08-2013, 06:21 PM)lee96 Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-08-2013, 04:31 PM)matthijskm Wrote: [ -> ]Wow nice results !
It kinda suprised that the outer ring was visible before the honey and less visible after the honey drops. In both of the cases on this page.

Do some people also experience this?

i can actually still see my limbal ring it's just for some reason in the photo it wont show.

Since you can see yourself Irl, how many shades lighter do you think you've gone so far?(and what exact changes). We've seen the pics btw! I just like hearing explanations too, since it's clearer to see irl.

If it's ok to ask, how do you mix the solution? Do you use one spoon of honey to two spoons of water?

cheers! keep at it bruh. Im joining you soon

i'd say i'v gone about 2 shades lighter,before i started this i could not see my pupils when i looked in the mirror and now i can see them clearly another thing i noticed when i look in the mirror is that i can see alot more detail in my eyes than before and my eyes are no longer a cocoa brown they are more of a amber color.

When i mix the solution i don't bother to heat up the water i just take a spoon full of honey and mix it into room temperature water and keep adding water till the mixture is watery with a yellow tint to it (i don't have any specific measurements) then i pour into an eye dropper and it sit for a few hours before i use it.

if you have anymore questions i'm happy to answer themSmile
(03-08-2013, 12:14 AM)lee96 Wrote: [ -> ]i'd say i'v gone about 2 shades lighter,before i started this i could not see my pupils when i looked in the mirror and now i can see them clearly another thing i noticed when i look in the mirror is that i can see alot more detail in my eyes than before and my eyes are no longer a cocoa brown they are more of a amber color.

When i mix the solution i don't bother to heat up the water i just take a spoon full of honey and mix it into room temperature water and keep adding water till the mixture is watery with a yellow tint to it (i don't have any specific measurements) then i pour into an eye dropper and it sit for a few hours before i use it.

if you have anymore questions i'm happy to answer themSmile

Absolutely insane.

(03-08-2013, 12:14 AM)lee96 Wrote: [ -> ]i'd say i'v gone about 2 shades lighter,before i started this i could not see my pupils when i looked in the mirror and now i can see them clearly another thing i noticed when i look in the mirror is that i can see alot more detail in my eyes than before and my eyes are no longer a cocoa brown they are more of a amber color.

When i mix the solution i don't bother to heat up the water i just take a spoon full of honey and mix it into room temperature water and keep adding water till the mixture is watery with a yellow tint to it (i don't have any specific measurements) then i pour into an eye dropper and it sit for a few hours before i use it.

if you have anymore questions i'm happy to answer themSmile

Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.

You have gone two shades lighter, from coca brown to amber.

One thing that reassures me is that you couldn't really see your pupils before, and now you can! This means the 'lighting' isn't really playing mind-games on you.

You can also see your pupil in more detail.

I hope it works for me like it's worked for you. If i only go two shades lighter like you have, only two shades and if it does not progress anymore, this entire process will be worth it.

Keep us updated on your progress.

If this process does not work for me (will try on monday when my honey comes) i still believe it works for some people, and that genetics could be a factor.

Btw, if your eyes have gone from coca to lighter brown , sort of ambery, has anyone noticed?

That to me seems noticeable.

Your pic was blurry, but i could tell your eyes got lighter.


My unpasturised beech-forrest Raw Honey-Dew honey has arrived!

It's dark and quite thick , it's not solid or crystallized yet though , and was produced in february.

I will be trying this for a few weeks! If it doesn't work, i will be purchasing a different brand of honey - the seggiano one.

My plan:

1. Make my own distilled water - see previous few pages on how.
2. Mix one spoon of honey with three spoons of distilled water - to start off with.
3. Heat up the water very very mildly before i do the above, maybe to 20 degree's or something maximum.
4. Mix the two, put it on my eye dropper.
5. Then experiment with one eye first, drop in one eye, three drops , one at a time to see the reaction, am aware it stings a little.


Wish me luck! If you see anything wrong with this please quote me!
(03-08-2013, 02:23 AM)achievedream Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-08-2013, 12:14 AM)lee96 Wrote: [ -> ]i'd say i'v gone about 2 shades lighter,before i started this i could not see my pupils when i looked in the mirror and now i can see them clearly another thing i noticed when i look in the mirror is that i can see alot more detail in my eyes than before and my eyes are no longer a cocoa brown they are more of a amber color.

When i mix the solution i don't bother to heat up the water i just take a spoon full of honey and mix it into room temperature water and keep adding water till the mixture is watery with a yellow tint to it (i don't have any specific measurements) then i pour into an eye dropper and it sit for a few hours before i use it.

if you have anymore questions i'm happy to answer themSmile

Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.

You have gone two shades lighter, from coca brown to amber.

One thing that reassures me is that you couldn't really see your pupils before, and now you can! This means the 'lighting' isn't really playing mind-games on you.

You can also see your pupil in more detail.

I hope it works for me like it's worked for you. If i only go two shades lighter like you have, only two shades and if it does not progress anymore, this entire process will be worth it.

Keep us updated on your progress.

If this process does not work for me (will try on monday when my honey comes) i still believe it works for some people, and that genetics could be a factor.

Btw, if your eyes have gone from coca to lighter brown , sort of ambery, has anyone noticed?

That to me seems noticeable.

Your pic was blurry, but i could tell your eyes got lighter.

yes the people i know knew right away that my eyes are lighter,i really hope it works for you too! good luck! Wink