Life gets so busy! I mean, can you really believe 2019 is already half way over? Between thrifting, listing, shipping, blogging and then starting the process all over again, it can be hard to find time to try new beauty and skin care products. I’m looking for something that is super easy to apply, and if I can even use it while I'm sleeping, even better right?
I’ve worked with skin care company VIIcode before, and I was excited to try out more of their products! My favorite hands down is the oxygen eye mask for under eye circles. The masks contain vitamins, antioxidants, proteins, botanicals, peptides, and fatty acids (all the good stuff!) that totally revamp and recharge your under eyes to make you look more awake and refreshed. I love the cool gel of the masks that sticks and conforms to your under eyes, they feel so soothing as soon as I put them on!
The best part? It is totally recommended to wear these eye masks while you sleep! You literally get prettier while you snooze. Despite being the craziest sleeper out there, the eye masks still managed to be all in one place! When I took them off in the morning, I really did see a noticeable difference in the color and size of my under eye circles. The line between under eye circle and cheek was a lot less noticeable on me.
Another product VIIcode sent over is their new oxygen hydrating eye spray. Similar to the oxygen eye mask, this spray goes on cool and feels really refreshing. I actually have been keeping it next to my computer for those long hours of listing and writing. I like to spritz on a few sprays when my eyes get tired from focusing on the screen for too long.
If you are interested in trying VIIcode eye masks for yourself, and getting rid of under eye circles while you sleep, you can check out their site and products HERE. You can also use code SYDNEY to get $5 off your order now through 7/31/19!
*While I was paid for this post, all opinions are my own.
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