I like myself a good mask and though I’m more likely to indulge in a treatment for the face, I try not to discriminate. The eye area needs some love too! So I was super excited to test out the Lise Watier Bio Lift Eye Patch, which was a completely unexpected gift from my mother during her recent trip to Canada. Yay, mum! I think she secretly wanted these for herself, hehe. So as each package comes with 6 eye patches, we spilt them. 🙂
This product promises younger looking eyes in just 15-20 minutes. Quite a claim! According to the Lise Watier website the “”exclusive Soya Phyto-Collagen, Aloe, Witch Hazel, and Vitamin E concentrated formula Système Anti-Rides Bio Lift Eye Patch gives you an instant mini-eye lift. Fine lines and wrinkles are visibly reduced. Your skin is smoothed and moisturised. And any signs of fatigue are magically erased…..giving a instant, radiant boost”.
Of course, I had to test this claim. But first, let’s talk about the patches themselves. The product contains six pairs of individually packaged eye patches that you are meant to place on the under eye area. To optimize results you should do this after applying your eye moisturizer (which I did not – I wanted to see how the patches worked on their own).
The eye masks that I’ve used in the past have usually been similar to the texture of paper/fiber face masks. These, however, are thicker and the side with the product is gel-like and tacky. If anyone has ever tried the Sephora brand depuffing eye mask which is applied over the entire eye area (both eyes), the texture is similar. Anyway, when applied, the Bio Lift Patches cling really well. Almost too well. No slipping or sliding here. So if you wanted to work out with them on, you could. 🙂
So let’s take a look at the application process and results, shall we?
I placed the patches on both eyes, but this one was the better shot. Please excuse the rest of my face, I also had a clay mask on. 😀
Comparisons After 20 minutes (no moisturizer used):
Final Thoughts: It’s probably hard to tell, but the patches did slightly reduce the prominence of the fine lines around my eye area. I also experience a slight reduction in darkness and a general look of “glowiness”. I’m not sure, however, if they work much better than a good moisturizer would. I will say that once on the eye, these feel very nice – a cooling sensation (not stinging) that has a calming effect (perhaps because they are applied so close to the temples). I think this would be a good option for those looking for an easy and convenient (they don’t budge) pick me up before an event or special occasion and don’t mind the splurge. If you’re interested in the math, it works out to be about $5.50 USD/CAD per pair of patches. Finally, it is worth noting that the results may be better if you use a moisturizer first.
The Bio Lift Eye Patches retail for $34.00 USD/CAD and you can find them on the company’s website Hope you guys have enjoyed this Lise Watier Bio Lift Eye Patch Review. What are some of your favorite mask for the eyes area or otherwise?
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