Belif First Aid 360 Eye Care Mask ($36) has me intrigued at the moment but their suggested use is three times a day. Haha…! So, here’s the deal. This is a leave-on mask type treatment that cools and depuffs tired eyes! Great! I have puffy, tired eyes. But you actually have to work a little bit for this. They want you to give yourself a mini massage when using it and address to six acupressure around the eye area during application. So, technically, you’re getting doing the depuff work yourself by gently massaging around the eye area. I’ve never actually successfully mastered the correct technique for an eye massage although I do give myself a mini one of sorts when applying my beloved Dr Denise Hydroshield Eye Serum. But I couldn’t begin to tell you if I’m doing this right or not.
But massaging aside….
This formula actually contains a host of hydrating ingredients as well so it not only depuffs but also fights finer lines, and makes eyes look refreshed. After you apply it and you do your little 360-degree massage you can apply your normal eye cream over it. They suggest using it 2 to 4 times a week and applying up to three times a day for additional care. Yeah, ain’t nobody got time for that. I mean if I’m lucky I can give myself a little massage with this at night before bed but three times a day? No way! That’s just a suggestion by them though and I get it but I justdon’t think I have the time for it!
I’ll try though it. You know me when it comes to concealer and eye cream!
Belif First Aid 360 Eye Care Mask is available now at Sephora.com.