VII O₂M Oxygen Eye Mask Review

This blog post is sponsored by VII Code.
VII O2M Oxygen Eye Mask Review
Hey babes! Today I wanted to review a new brand of eye masks for you! If you’ve been following me for a while, you know I’m a big fan of eye gels. Until now, I’ve only ever used the kind that instruct you to leave them on for 10-20 minutes. Not going to lie, often I get sidetracked and don’t take them off for a while longer, but never have I worn them overnight! When VII Code approached me about trying out their overnight oxygen eye masks, I was so down to review them for you guys!
VII O2M Oxygen Eye Mask Review
The VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask is an 8-hour overnight treatment containing a moon shaped gel-like patch that you stick under each eye.
This eye mask is supposed to help with dry skin, puffiness, and dark circles in the undereye area. The mask contains plant oxygen and deep sea biological extracts which both help to repair the skin and also prevent signs of aging like wrinkles and crow’s feet. If you suffer from any of these problems, you might just love these eye masks! VIIcode recommends using them three times per week.
VII O2M Oxygen Eye Mask Review
Overall, I enjoyed these eye gels. I like the idea of having the important skincare ingredients on my skin for 8 hours, not just a few minutes. My only warning would be that if you are a stomach sleeper who really shoves your face into your pillow when you sleep, these might not work well for you. If you toss and turn at night they would likely fall off your face. If you still want to try them, the solution may be to use them for an extended period of time when your face isn’t in a pillow like a lazy day when you’re binging on Netflix 😉

You can shop for these eye masks on Amazon by clicking here: VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask
Or on the Official Website using my code “Nicole” for $5 off here: (code expires October 10th)

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