March 27, 2017

E.L.F. Massaging Eye Wand for Days You Need a Depuff Sesh

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I have a cold today so my eyes are all kinds of puffy and one can hope the E.L.F. Massaging Eye Wand ($25) might help. These eye wands are all the rage at the moment! Foreo has one as well but it’ll set you back $139 so, maybe that $25 for the E.L.F. Cosmetics’ version doesn’t have you cringing too hard. But let’s be honest, we expect all things cheap and budget friendly from E.L.F. so when I slap a $25 price tag on something from them I can hear a collective sigh of horror.

None the less, I still want to try this little gadget. Basically you can use it with your fav eye creams and serums the gentle vibrations from the device allow your eye cream to absorb more fully plus it gives you a gentle massage which acts to depuff those tired eyes. I’m one of those people that think devices like this are so freaking cool and how they’ll help me so much with my eye cream application. But I end up having a honeymoon period with it and slowly become lazy about using it nightly.

Bad Muse, bad!

None the less totally want to try this one.

E.L.F. Massaging Eye Wand is available now at

I need to all the deets if you tried it already so do dish! That will make or break my purchase if you tell me it was horribly bad or totally holy grail status!


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  • Jules

    I am curious about how this would work….And am I the only one who thinks it looks like it could be AHEM repurposed, should it not work on eyes?

    • Isabella Muse

      I was waiting for someone to say it looks like a vibrator lol!

      • Jules

        Haha! Well….I tried to put it as delicately as possible, but if the shoe fits!!

        • Isabella Muse

          I was going to say in the post, “So, who’s going to say it looks like a vibrator?” You win a prize today for that lol!

          • Lesley A.

            The answer to that question is everybody. Even those whose minds don’t necessarily go there, lol.

    • Lori

      I went to the comments for the sole purpose of seeing if anybody else thought this

      • Jules

        I guess we’re the only pervs up in here …Or the only ones that admit it!!

  • Jes

    Meh. It reminds me of the one from Missha. That thing was nice, but lasted like, 4 months? Then just slowed and slowed, and finally stopped working.

    • Isabella Muse

      Oh I didn’t know Missha had one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I would have jumped on it! But sounds sucky if it stopped working after such a short time boo!

      • Jes

        Yeah, it was their tightening auto massager. It could have just been a fluke, but they don’t sell it on the US site any more, so maybe it didn’t go over well. I am still curious about the elf one of course. I’m a glutton for disappointment!!

        • Isabella Muse

          oh just googled totally looks like this gadget! I am too! I’m doing that very thing right now with the Sephora cleansing pad. It’s basically the same as the NYX one I hated but I’m somehow tempted to try it. WHY are we like this!?!? 😀

          • Jes

            Adventurous? Crazy? Hopeful? Hehe. I personally love the sigma cleaning mitt.

          • Isabella Muse

            stupid? masochists? Haha I fall in right there. I never tried the sigma one but I really like the Real Techniques one!

  • Adrienne

    Interested in your review. The last time I got a facial she kept pushing the “opal” at $200 because she said it was being replaced by something even more expensive but I declined anyways. This may be beneficial IF I am consistent.
    ELF is adding a lot of products to their inventory .

    • Isabella Muse

      I never tried the opal! But I tried the tria eye laser and I swear my lines looked smoother! But I had a honeymoon period with it and haven’t been using it! I hate when I do that especially when something actually works. I am so not consistent with tools like this! I try to be but I fail miserably haha 😀 Yeah, E.L.F. seems to have been introducing a trending product almost every day lately!

  • Michelle Luna

    I would totally not use this for my face. Not gonna lie. This would travel with me everywhere.

    • Lesley A.

      It’s probably way smaller than it looks onscreen, considering it is supposed to be for the eye area. 🙂

  • Silvia

    Just a big Lol! at first response! Omg! Did I burst out laughing. I don’t think I’ll fall for this funny gadget. Too broke anyways. Lol!

  • Darijo

    I also came here to see who else has a dirty mind. I have no regrets