Amazon is selling a 5-star Grace & Stella eye mask that comes with hundreds of rave reviews.
Anyone looking to nix under-eye bags with the best eye creams on the market should have the Grace & Stella eye mask for dark circles and puffiness on their radar.
With hundreds of five-star reviews, it has become a must-have for beauty fans thanks to its cocktail of powerful ingredients that target pesky under-eye problems.
Simply place the masks on clean and make-up free skin just underneath the lash line and let it work its magic for 20 minutes, before patting any excess product into the skin.
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A celebrity and beauty influencer favourite, the Grace & Stella eye mask is vegan and cruelty-free so that you can refresh your skin without harming any animals.
Containing collagen to strengthen skin by increasing the elasticity and hydration that we lose with age, the mask revives the under-eye area leaving it brightened and supple.
Powerhouse hyaluronic acid also locks in moisture and protects puffy eyes (opens in new tab) against environmental damage, while vitamin C brightens and even the skin tone.
And the bestselling mask comes with hundreds of rave reviews.
‘Amazing!’ exclaimed one customer in a review. ‘I will not be the first to be dubious about anything that promises so much, but I have never been so pleasantly surprised.
‘I have been using these every couple of days in the morning, especially when I have an early start and it honestly makes such a difference to how I look throughout the day and how my makeup goes on, my eyes don't look sunk or swollen and makeup goes on so easily and it has stopped my concealer creasing. I can't say enough about these, but they are so worth trying!’.
‘The best eye mask I’ve used!’ raved another. ‘Like all other Grace and Stella products I’ve tried I love the packaging for these. They were easy to use and so cooling on my skin which was perfect after a long week. After I used them my skin was already looking fresher and more hydrated so I can definitely say these will be added to my weekly routine’.
‘Flipping good,’ added another. ‘I have had really puffy under eye area which is because I have health problems. I tried these patches expecting very little but within 10 mins the puffiness reduced. They do really work’.
Aleesha is a digital shopping writer at woman&home—so whether you're looking for beauty, fashion, health or home buys, she knows what the best buys are at any moment. She earned an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London in 2017 and has since worked with a number of brands including Women's Health, Stylist and Goodto. A year on the w&h news team gained her invaluable insight into where to get the best lifestyle releases first—as well as an AOP awards nomination.
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