VII Code O2M Oxygen Eye Pads for Dark Circles

This post is sponsored by VIIcode, but all opinions are my own.

When’s the last time you focused on eye care?

Around the eyes are a very delicate area. I’m realizing that this has become a focus area as I get older. I never struggled with dark circles but I do get puffy easily and have seen an increase in lines in certain areas (my mom laughs at this, but it’s true!). When VIIcode sent over their O2M Oxygen Eye Pads for Dark Circles, I decided to test it out and closely observe my under eye area as I use this eye pad.

vii code dark circles - a cup of owl
vii code dark circles - a cup of owl

What makes this product different?

What makes these eye pads different than other eye masks, gels, patches I have tried, is that you leave them on overnight. Each box comes with 6 pairs of eye pads and while one side feels like felt, the other is a thick gel layer. The gel part has a thin, clear film over it, and this is the side that goes under the eyes. I used these eye pads twice a week, and my under eye area has been more hydrated. Throughout the day at work, I typically notice makeup crease under my eyes because it does get dry in that area. I have been using moisturizing sticks to help with this but I’ve been reaching for it less ever since I started using these eye pads. I also don’t see the makeup crease as much! It may be one of those things that only you can notice yourself, but this is a big deal for me 🙂

Another difference I notice with this product compare to others is that it’s extremely cooling, which I can see why it helps with reducing puffiness. My face doesn’t swell but my eyes do get puffy easily every morning. Using these eye pads have helped me wake up with less puffy eyes, which I am all about.

I don’t struggle with too many fine lines or bags, but it’s been great to finish a whole box and actually see the product help with my puffiness and hydration. If you’re interested in trying out a box, you can use my code Crystall for $5 off site-wide (expires May 20).

As always, thank you for reading 🙂

A Cup of Owl