When these masks first dropped through the door I have to admit I was a little scared of them. I didn’t really know what to expect because they were essentially a pair of product laden eye patches. Now, because they are designed like this they encircle the entire eye area to address a multitude of concerns, from eyelid puffiness and laughter lines to under eye bags and dark circles.
Each pair is formed of a left and a right side slathered in cream. The intensive formula contains olive fruit oil to add moisture, multipeptides to support collagen and hyaluronic acid to provide deep hydration and protect the skin’s natural moisture barrier. Having the masks slathered in cream rather than a serum keeps the mask experience as mess free as possible.
I applied the masks to my eye area and they instantly had a cooling effect. I left them on for the recommended time of 10 minutes and then massaged in any excess product into the eye area. After using I instantly noticed my eye area looked refreshed and plumper, while feeling completely moisturised. Fine lines that I have around my eyes were reduced significantly and were actually unnoticeable after using.
One of the things I absolutely loved about the DHC Rich Eye Zone Masks * is the fact that apart from looking like Cat Woman, the masks hydrate not only under the eye but also above the eye. Not many eye masks do that and I think this makes them stand out from the crowd.
You can buy 6 DHC Rich Eye Zone Masks on the DHC Website for £15 (they are on offer for £12.50 until the 31/12/16)