Product Review | Skincare

VII Code Oxygen Eye Mask

May 19, 2015
VII Code Oxygen Eye Mask

This post contains products that were sent to me for my consideration. Go here for my disclosure policy.

Like most beauty bloggers, I love a good face mask, but before testing out the VII Code Oxygen Eye Mask, I had never tried a mask for my eyes. But boy did I want to. Anything to fight at those fine lines starting to pop up, am I right?

VII Code Oxygen Eye Mask

This particular mask claims to fight all of the ails you could think of when it comes to your under eyes: dark circles, fine lines and tired eyes in general, so I was a little skeptical, but still eager to give it a shot. Each box comes with six sets of masks in foil sachets so it’s definitely a luxury item at US $58.00 per box. I haven’t noticed any sort of difference to the appearance of my under eyes after using the masks – and this is coming from someone with very dark circles under her eyes – but they are certainly soothing to wear. At least for the first hour.

VII Code Oxygen Eye Mask

When I first put these on they are incredibly cooling and, as I said, soothing to my eye area. I could definitely tell that these would be lovely during the summer months or if I had a headache brewing. They stick to your under eye area very well for the first hour, but after that I found that they start to move on me and they have never lasted overnight for me. When I use them now I typically wear them for about an hour before I go to bed as a way to super hydrate my eye area. Any longer than an hour and I find that the mask starts to feel tight and uncomfortable on my eyes.

They might work better as an overnight mask for someone who sleeps on their back, but as a side and stomach sleeper they just don’t stay put for me. That could be why I haven’t seen results in the dark circle/fine line department, but I couldn’t recommend them as a fix all like the box claims. But if you’re looking for a treat for your eyes and they are in your budget I say go for it. They certainly are a treat for the under eye area and I can’t wait to try them out once it gets further into the summer months.

Ingredients: Glycerin, Carbomer, Cellulose, TetrasodiumEDTA, Allantoin, Alo Barbadensis, Lavandula Angustifolia, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, SmartQ10, Aqua, Algin, Cellulose Gume, Citric Acid, Sorbitol, SodiumPCA, y-PGA, Sodium Hyaluronate, vitamin E, Sodium Asorbyl Phosphate, Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Maganese Chloride.


4 Comment

  1. They sound nice but I don’t think I would shell out that much money for an eye mask. I’m a side sleeping too and they would never stay put on me. Though I love the idea of an under eye mask for de-puffing!

    1. Yeah, that’s how I feel too!

      The company just actually asked me to delete the post without giving a reason – I’m assuming because I didn’t give a glowing, 5 star review. : So I am definitely not comfortable with recommending it now!

  2. I usually put it on under my eyes as soon as I get up in the morning. If it weren’t so expensive, I would use it everyday. I can only afford to use it once or twice a week.

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