Review: Viicode Oxygen Eye Masks

This blog post is sponsored by Viicode, but the review is an honest recap of my experience with the product.

In a previous blog post, I reviewed Viicode’s T2 Oxygen Eye Cream and got a good response so I wanted to try out another product from the brand. I was especially excited for these because they couldn’t have come at a perfect time. I’m in the middle of moving out of the apartment that my husband and I have lived in for 3 years. It’s an emotional process because it’s consumed all my free time and my mind has been full Marie Kondo mode – decluttering and “finding joy” so I have less to deal with.

You can imagine that these periods can result in restless nights and lack of sleep so if there ever was a time to try an eye mask, it would be now. The packaging originally caught my eye because it had such a modern look to it. When you open the box you see packets with the eye masks individually wrapped which is great because it’s not only convenient, but sanitary.

The eye masks themselves are so interesting! The base is a white cloth-like material that makes them less flimsy and the inside of them is a jelly, sticky texture so that you can move around and not have them fall right off. I had no issues keeping them on at night!

After using them for 4 nights, I definitely saw a difference as far as hydration. My undereyes naturally looked less puffy (a constant thing me and my husband struggle with) thanks to the natural antioxidants. I don’t have heavy signs of aging quite yet, but I did see improvement in the corners of my eyes where I have VERY early signs of crows feet.

Key active ingredients: 

  1. Sodium Hyaluronate: Boosts skin moisture, reduces inflammation, and helps prevent moisture loss.
  2. Sodium PCA: Helps retain moisture, prevents skin cells from losing water and drying out, reduces inflammation, and prevents skin from aging.
  3. Vitamin E: A natural antioxidant that neutralizes the oxidant effect of free radicals, which damage collagen and cause dryness, fine lines and wrinkles.
  4. Allantoin: Helps to soften and protect to soothe skin. It also stimulates cell regeneration, promoting healthy skin.
  5. Aloe barbadensis – algin: Helps to hydrate skin.

It’s definitely on the pricier side, but they’re very clear about what you’re putting on your skin and it was so nice to be able to put the eye mask on and SLEEP. Why can’t all skincare be this easy? I haven’t found another eye mask that’s this comfortable and stays on so well. Considering you have to sleep in this, the design is so convenient.

On Viicode’s website, you can get one box with 6 treatments for $55 or 3 boxes with 18 treatments for $165. They also have a set specifically for dark circles. If you think about it, a trip to an esthetician is in a similar price range except these can be done without you  having to go out of your way.

I also tried their Oxygen Hydrating Eye Spray and really enjoyed that, but the star of the show were definitely the eye masks for me. The Eye Spray ($23) is currently sold out.

Do you use eye masks? I personally love them and find that these paired with eye creams are essential to a night routine! xx

 

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