It’s Sunday morning. My eyes are puffy and dry to the point where I am physically aware that I forgot to remove my contacts last night. I furiously blink in hopes of restoring my vision. With uncertainty, a slight glance at the alarm clock proves success. If only mother nature could be as forgiving. Mind you my relationship with the gal is not amicable. Whether it was caused by my love for wine, salty olives, a late night out or a writing bender; my mornings are consistently similar. As a result, my eye lids are dehydrated with puffy under eyes and dark circles that resemble an unforeseeable oil spill. Did I forget to mention signs of the dreaded 3-0 are now visible? A bit dramatic, but the cluster of fine lines are coming along faster than expected.
Although my habits are repetitive and the consequences predictable, I’d much rather find a solution than change. Lately, right before bed I’ve been applying belif’s, “First Aid 360 Eye Care Mask”. My skin quickly absorbed the product upon applying. After using it for a month, I’ve noticed the “First Aid 360 Eye Care Mask” does a wonderful job at hydrating my eyes. I can’t attest to improvements in texture or improving dark under eyes. However, I have noticed when I wake up, the skin around my eyes are supple. Whereas before, you could see prominent wrinkles caused from dryness.
The belif ” First Aid 360 Eye Care Mask” is a tall glass of water. After using the mask for awhile, I’ve noticed my eyes do appear well rested even when I’m not.
Do you have a skin care secret for tired eyes?
belif ” First Aid 360 Eye Care Mask”, 0.84 oz/ 25 mL, is available at Sephora and retails for $36.00.