Beauty Review: Panda Eye Essence Mask

So, I look relatively young for my age and it’s always been a source of mixed feelings for myself. When I was younger I hated it, sometimes it was funny like in my late twenties and people thought my I.D was a fake and now it’s annoying but also so good and I like it? It’s just weird to pinpoint my emotions on this.

However as I age of course I start to notice things that I feel others don’t notice at first glance, like the wrinkles around my eyes. I don’t have too many wrinkles on my face but my eyes is were I feel shows my age the most. also, I do have puffiness and dark rings under my eyes. My eyes are also the most oily parts of my face, to the point where it can feel wet if I don’t do something about it.

So in comes the Wish Formula: Panda Eye Essence Mask. I got this a while ago from a Beauteque mask, and I recently decided to use it during a self care night.

It helps nourish, brighten and hydrate under eye areas. Lemon extract helps brighten skin, leaving behind a natural glow that will last all day. It is also helpful in reducing oil secretion. Mistletoe is an anti-inflammatory, helping fight breakouts and harmful free radicals. Good for all skin types (especially sensitive skin)!

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So I did see a bit of brightness and my eyes did not feel oily which I like. Did I see a reduction in puffiness? Actually I did and while I don’t see breakouts in that area it did my my under eyes feel smooth. My skin is sensitive and eyes are very sensitive and I didn’t tear up like I’ve done with other eye masks.

Overall at $2.50 it’s a great price but unless you use this everyday the results are temporary so keep that in mind.

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This is Kimberly, She is from Southern California, but has recently moved to Idaho. She has a moody cat named Mordechai, A Rambunctious Dog named Tesla, a crazy cat named Cheeto and a new puppy named Auri. She writes about everything and anything

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