VIICode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask Review

I’ve noticed a lot of puffiness around my under eye area, which is why I was very excited when VII Beauty LLC contacted me and asked me to review their O2M Oxygen Eye Mask.

I have never used an eye mask before and was excited to try it.

The eye mask is meant to eliminate fine lines, dryness, dark circles, puffy eyes, and bags under your eyes.

It is an 8-hour treatment - meant to be worn overnight.

They can be used by women of all ages.

Each box of the O2M Oxygen Eye Mask comes with 6 individual packets, each with two gel pads.

They contain organic plant oxygen extracts and have a gel-like texture. 

You can use these eye masks 2-3 times a week.

At first it was uncomfortable wearing the eye masks but I got used to it quickly (kind of like when you first put on false lashes) and the mask gave me no discomfort what so ever.
They have a relaxing cooling sensation.

To apply each pad under my eye, I would gently press each pad so that the gel would stick to to my skin. I was a little afraid to wear these pads when trying to sleep, but they stayed on throughout the night.

I saw results after the first time I wore them; the puffiness under my eyes was less noticeable and my skin felt very soft and hydrated.

Two days later, I decided rather than sleep with the mask on, I put them on after work and went around the apartment doing dishes, tidying up etc. I found wearing the eye mask was soothing and relaxing!

When it comes to wrinkles (smile lines) I want to be realistic in my expectations, I did notice the wrinkles I had were less noticeable but not completely gone.

My only complaint is the pads seemed a little big, a slightly smaller version would be perfect and the inner corner of the pads along my nose would come away from the skin and I was always re-sticking it.

My overall thought on the eye masks is that they are great, the cooling sensation is relaxing.

For more information on the VII Beauty LLC, please visit their website here!

The O2M Oxygen Eye Mask can be purchased through Amazon