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Friday, August 2, 2019

Speedy Skincare | Petitfée Black Pearl & Gold Hydrogel Eye Patches

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When it comes to masks I am all inclusive. If it sits on my face and does something, I'm down. That said, I'm especially fond of adding hydrating masks into my everyday pre-makeup routine. I'm dry and can take allll the hydration I can get. I mean, it's not unusual to find me doing my hair with a thick layer of moisturizer on under my eyes and particularly dry areas. It helps, and sometimes you don't have fancy eye patches on hand, okay? See where this is going?...

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Now, there are a few brands that do truly excellent eye patches, but they're not only on the pricey side, but so many are individually wrapped. Sure, it keeps ingredients fresh, but they're just so wasteful. In an attempt to not only keep things budget friendly, but also a little more environmentally friendly, I opted to seek out potted eye patches.

I knew the Korean scene was my best bet, having used these ones from Secret Key in the past. I was up to try something different, and there is no shortage of patch mask variety in that realm. I began seeing the Petitfée Black Pearl & Gold Hydrogel Eye Patches repeatedly touted as a great option so into the cart they went.

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The Petitfée Black Pearl & Gold Hydrogel Eye Patches come 60 to a pot (a month supply, if using daily) and feature a hydrating, herbal complex concentrate with 24 karat gold powder and pearl said to be rich in over minerals, amino acids, and calcium to give skin added radiance. The formula also includes rose flower water, aloe vera, and green tea extract which aid in hydrating skin and retaining the natural moisture barrier.

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The hydro-gel masks are a little bit slippery on the skin when first applied, but do adhere pretty well once the extra essence absorbs (they're quite soaked in the pot.) I usually pop my eye patches on while I'm doing my hair, and leave them on for about 15-20 minutes and am left with plump, hydrated skin that almost looks a little brighter (that could just be wishful thinking though...)

Overall, I'm super pleased with these patches. I may have even used two around my mouth / chin for added moisture... Hey, they work and I'm always dry there. Anyway, these are a simple addition to my routine and work pretty well at keeping my skin from being overly dry throughout the day. There are a ton of places to find these, but Yes Style is where I shopped. They also carry a bunch eye patch varieties if black pearl just isn't your deal. What do you think? Do you like patch-style masks? Have any under eye faves I should try?

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