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The Beauty Range: Eye Treatment Masks

I am wearing the stress and anxiety of 2020 on my skin.  Mostly under my eyes.  So a good eye treatment mask is worth its weight in gold.  Something cooling, soothing, and moisturizing can ease your skin through sleepless nights and stressful days.

The One for an Intense Treatment

Estee Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair Eye Masks aren’t cheap, but they are highly concentrated.  If you want to minimize the appearance of fine lines around the eyes, this is the treatment for you.

The Ones That Work Quickly

These Patchology Flash Patch 5-Minute HydroGels come in two flavors: the Restoring Night patches and Rejuvenating patches.  The Restoring patches are for fine lines and under-eye darkness.  The Rejuvenating patches are for brightening and hydrating.  Both work well, and quickly.  So if you have an event, whether it’s a big meeting or a hot Zoom date, you can give your eyes a lift in a flash.

The Influencer Approved One

So these Wander Beauty Baggage Claim Masks are in every influencer’s feed.  They’re a multitasker — hydrating, minimizing wrinkles, and de-puffing.  If you’ve never tried an under-eye mask before, these are a good place to start.

The Best for Puffiness

Pixi Detoxifeye Eye Patches depuff like a dream.  They’re a clean beauty option, using fruit acids, aloe, and chamomile.  And they’re safe for sensitive skin.

The Ones I Love the Most

I discovered these 24K Gold Powder Collagen Eye Masks a few years ago.  I was at one of those expensive D.C. spas and an errant glance toward the trash can revealed that their very expensive gold mask treatment was the same one (packaging and all) that they were selling on Amazon.  I started buying them, and I always have a few on hand.  They soothe my under eye circles and conceal the fact that I haven’t slept since January.

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  1. jesse says:

    This might be a silly question but where in your beauty routine do you use these? Am/PM? Before/after serums and such?

    July 10, 2020/Reply
    • Belle says:

      Either. If I have an early morning, I wear them in the shower. If I need to chill, I wear them at night.

      July 10, 2020/Reply
  2. Rhonda says:

    Thank you for posting about these! I’ve only tried the Patchology ones, which I highly recommend.

    I use them a little differently, in the morning before makeup, but found they can also be used on top of makeup if you’re careful. And because I try to be frugal, use just one when I have the time. First on the eye that looks the worst for a few minutes, then (carefully) peel off and use on the other undereye for a few minutes. If it’s not shredded, pull it off, flip over again and slap it on the elevens between the brows, which IMO, where it really shines in the ability to reduce lines.They’re cooling when you flip them over and feel wonderful.

    July 10, 2020/Reply