Review: VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask

VIIcode sent me this eye mask to review, and it took me about 3-4 weeks to use and to gather my final thoughts. Read more for all the details!

Soaked in a variety of special plant extractions (Ecological Oxygen Plant Extraction) and deep sea biological extracts, the VII CODE OXYGEN EYE MASK lines are set to de-puff and hydrate the lower eye zone by activating the cells memory around the eyes, helping them to absorb oxygen again. The immediate effects are addicting, after one use the around the eye dark circles will dramatically reduce, leaving your eyes much brighter due to all the oxygen-producing plant extracts your skin just absorbed. The best part is that you can use them while you sleep, waking up the next morning with smooth-looking, radiant eyes. order for it to absorb all the nourishing extracts in the mask, then let it work till the following morning. 

1) Reduce Dark circles, Puffiness, Wrinkles, Dryness and Sagging under the eyes. 
2) Increasing elasticity, firms and plumps the skin under the eyes. 
3) Providing everything your eye skin needs to be healthy. 
• Moisturizing the delicate eye area to prevent premature aging.

Glycerin, Carbomer, Cellulose, Tetrasodium EDTA, Allantoin, Aloe Barbadensis, Lavandula, Nitraria Billardierel Extract, Methyparaben, Propylparaben, Smart Q10, Aqua, Algin, Cellulosegum, CitricAcid, Sorbitol, SodiumPCA, Butylene Glycol, PEG, y-PGA, Sodium Hyaluronate, vitamin E, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Manganese Chloride.

For best results, they recommend using 3 boxes, but I was only sent one box which contained 6 packets. Nonetheless, it was enough for me to see fairly impressive results. When taken out of the packaging, the strips have a gel-like layer that sticks to your skin and leaves a very cooling sensation. One downside about it though is that it comes off during my sleep, so it never really reaches the full 8 hours of wear that's recommended. Wearing a sleep mask over it would probably eliminate this problem, but I didn't have one so I had to try to sleep straight and not move as much. After going through about 3 packets, I already noticed a difference in puffiness. It certainly reduced my unnatural post-finals eye bags which was very impressive. My undereyes are naturally puffy, so the difference isn't drastic and as noticeable to others as it is to myself. As for dark circles, nothing much has changed because I don't think 1 box is enough for that, which is unfortunate because that's my main concern when it comes to my undereye area. Anyway, after 6 uses, this is all the input I can make but I'm sure that I'll have much more to say if I had been using it longer. Honestly though, $59.99 for an eye mask is a bit much in my opinion and I personally don't have the patience and money to keep up with the treatment, but if you suffer with eyebags and undereye wrinkles and you don't really have a budget for skin care, then I definitely recommend this!

'Til my next one!
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  1. I know right, eye care is usually expensive. Especially the sheet mask. *sigh*

    Oh Dear Bumblebees

  2. @MITCH i know!! this one's especially overpriced though :o


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