The Miss Spa brand is back at it again. This time, I am reviewing the Deep Wrinkle Hydrogel Eye Treatment. Loaded with caviar extract and sodium hyaluronate, this eye mask is formulated to treat crows feet and hydrate under the eye area.
Directions for use are as follows:
- Remove both treatments from tray. (Make sure you wash your hands first)
- Pat onto clean, dry skin, underneath eye area. Be sure to gently press the edges until each fully sticks to the skin.
- After 45 minutes, remove treatments and gently pat the remaining solution into skin. Be sure to avoid direct contact with eyes.
Unlike many of the other Miss Spa sheet masks, this hydrogel eye treatment was not messy at all. After opening the package, I picked up each hydrogel to place under each eye. The left eye adhered with no problem. The right eye would not stick at all. I would feel it sliding down my face and have to move it back to where I originally placed it. This part was annoying. I do not know why it would not stick on the right side.
I set my timer for 45 minutes. True story, the right eye hydrogel did not make it for the duration. It lasted about 20 minutes of me constantly readjusting it, and then it just fell off. In the trash it went. After the 45 minutes was up, I removed the left eye hydrogel.
The instructions suggests patting in the remaining solution, but since my under eyes are usually dry, I went ahead and added my normal eye cream to make sure I received the hydration I needed.
Kayla’s Final Thought
In all of my 33 years, I have nary a wrinkle any where near my face. I do however, get really dry under my eyes. Because of the dryness, I use a heavy eye cream so that I can have maximum hydration. Now, with that being said, I will try anything once.
Since I can’t speak to the wrinkle portion, I will speak to the hydration factor. Even though it kept sliding down, and through my readjusting, I did notice that my under eyes looked more *plump*. Meaning, it did appear to hydrate them enough to where I could tell a difference.
Would I purchase this again? No. However, I would be curious to see how this would work for someone with crows feet, to see if they noticed a difference. This particular eye mask is only available at Ulta, and it retails for $6.99.
Have you ever tried an eye treatment mask before? Did you notice results? Let me know in the comments below. I would love to hear from you.