Today's post is all about the Origins No Puffery Cooling Mask for Puffy Eyes. This product was sent to me by Leanne at Obsessive Cosmetics Disorder Blog because she's a star.
Now as you all know I'm incredibly honest, to the point where as you probably find out things about me that you wished you hadn't! Here's another one, I don't suffer from puffy eyes. I have dark circles genetically no matter how much sleep I get but puffy eyes are not something I've ever suffered with so I won't be able to review this aspect of the product.
Watch puffs go poof. Partied too hardy - Haven't slept a wink - Logged on too long. Pamper your peepers with this refreshing icy-eye remedy.
Bag-banishing Yeast Extract (an insider beauty secret) de-poufs the look of puffs as it brightens the appearance of dark circles. Hoelen Mushroom Extract extract calms surrounding skin to help keep the look of redness from settling in.
I applied this mask with my ring finger to my eyes one evening after a long day sat at the computer. The instant it hit my skin it felt hydrating and cool.
I wonder if it's just me but every now and again I suffer from dry eyes. I wear glasses only for distance like driving and I do go for eye tests etc. I'm not sure if it's extreme weather or central heating but it's an uncomfortable feeling. Applying this mask seems to hydrate my whole eye area and fix this problem. I generally don't enjoy using those eye masks you can buy that you put in the fridge as the cold gets to my head and often causes a feeling close to a headache.
The bottom line is... if you suffer from tired eyes then I would highly recommend it. This is the type of product I would take with me if I was driving a distance or on holiday somewhere so that I could apply it after a long day.
If you're looking to de-puff then I can imagine this mask would definitely help towards it. I'm not entirely convinced that it can bright dark circles but this isn't really why I would use it.