If you can’t already tell by my previous beauty-themed posts, I’m the queen of pamper. Skincare is incredibly important to me and, in my opinion, is a huge part of keeping a healthy mind, body, and spirit. While under eye bags are hardly something that needs to be apart of your everyday routine, they need lovin’ every now and then too. For those mornings I wake up extra puffy and need to look refreshed quick, I try to keep eye masks around for “emergencies”. Here’s a few of my favorites.
Klorane Smoothing and Relaxing Patches with Soothing Cornflower
I’m coming out with the heavy guns first. I grabbed these off of Sephora’s website after just seeing a few reviews. They’re amazing, guys. I keep them in the fridge, they stick nicely under your eyes without being sopping wet; but they’re just as easy to pull right off. They are instantly refreshing. Spoon in the freezer, step aside. Get them here.
Karuna Renewal+ Eye Mask
These were the first eye masks that I’ve bought. They are just as high quality as Klorane, but much lighter. If you prefer having eye masks on that feel “barely there” I’d highly recommend these. Get them here.
It’s Skin Butterfly Eye Mask
Everyone knows most sheet masks can be pretty uncomfortable. My snapchat followers can vouch that I usually send out pictures where I look like Jason from Friday the 13th. This is no different, only this time it’s just covering your eyes. While it may be a little weird (okay, a lot weird) keep in mind you’re moisturizing your entire eye area, and with most of these I’ve mentioned you’re strictly getting under eye. This price point is also pretty great and these are sold in a variety of stores including Urban Outfitters. Buy them here.
Sephora Eye Mask- Green Tea
Sephora’s eye masks in general can’t be beat because they’re cheap and they have about a hundred different kinds to choose from. A while back I bought a big sample pack of all of these and I don’t even want to say green tea is my favorite because they are all incredible. Green Tea is “relaxing and refreshing” but they also come in Lotus, Avocado, Pomegranate, Pearl, and Rose. I’d highly recommend trying their full on face masks as well as sleeping masks; you won’t regret it. Buy them here.
With so many different options for skin care, what do you do to pamper your under eyes? Do you prefer moisturizers and creams to masks?
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