Beauty Story Platinum Gold Leaf Anti-Aging Eye Mask Review

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You’ve heard plenty about my obsession concerning Asian Sheet Masks but not alot about my other passion, Asia Eye Masks.

Eye Masks are along the same vein as a sheet mask since most are made of a thin cotton-like fiber which is saturated with a formula that treats puffiness, brightens the eye area, etc…

Beauty Story Platinum Gold Leaf Anti-Aging Eye Mask supposedly contains gold foil…why do I doubt that?

Let’s take a look!

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This actually strays outside the norm as traditionally masks like this are made of a cotton fiber however you run into the occasional clear jelly-like masks such as these. Each box contains 5 sets of individually wrapped masks.

The masks are a half moon shape and are clear and have a jelly-like feel. These are really slippery and wet yet still adhere nicely to my eye area, since they are so wet I feared they would slide down my face but no issues here.

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The masks are loaded with hyaluronic acid and glycerine plus gold foil which supposedly helps activate and revitalize skin with anti-aging benefits.

You can apply and leave these on for about 15-30 minutes.

The end result isn’t wow aspiring. Eyes look brighter and are gently hydrated but I don’t feel like they aid in puffiness or make skin firmer. I also have pretty dry eyes so although these hydrate a little, they don’t cure my issues with my terribly dry skin. They prove a nice treat for soothing tired eyes but if you’re looking for superior results you probably won’t get them here.

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I got these while on my Summer vacation but I’ve seen boxes around the Internet for around $10-$15.

What’s your relief for dry, tired eyes?

Disclosure:

This product was purchased by the Muse for review purposes.
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  • 11/15/11 21:45 Anthea Villanueva:

    The “Anti-Aging” part made me interested :P Pity that the moisturizing and tightening effects aren’t that impressive. You would’ve thought that an anti-aging product would be richer.

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  • 11/15/11 22:05 Licheenut:

    Thanks for the review Muse! Can you recommend some products (masks, creams, *anything*) that have given you better results? I have dry eyes too.

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    • 11/16/11 10:34 the Muse:

      hi lichee I have alot of suggestions/recs in the archives simply look under “facial sheet masks” “eye cream reviews” and “skincare reviews” using the left hand column hun. I have a ton of recs/reviews and approvals for items I like for dry eyes!

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