Nope, not an exaggeration. It takes a lot for me to label a product as “best” around here but there is no other word to describe this eye cream for bags! If you’re like me and constantly running on less sleep than your body needs, you need this eye cream. Inevitably sleep deprivation ends up making itself known in my appearance, and my eyes are always the first place it’ll show. For me, I get really dark undereye circles (mine look like craters!), puffy eyes, and fine lines that make me look older than I am. It’s not a good look (certainly not professional!) and while I’ve tried countless makeup products to try and hide my tired eyes, I’m here today sharing a product that will help the skin underneath! I’ve found that no amount of makeup can make up for skin that just isn’t at its best so be sure to consider your skin when trying to fake that 8-hour night of sleep!
So, the eye cream for bags that’s been changing my game around here: VIIcode T2 Oxygen Eye Cream.
I’m usually pretty skeptical about skincare brands that I haven’t heard of, so I had to do some research. Turns out, VIIcode is a royal brand that started in the 18th century and was originally developed to be used on Queen Josephine, wife of Napoleon. It’s continued to be in production through today and let me just say, this cream is pure luxury. It’s rich and creamy when applied but not too thick so that it doesn’t absorb quickly. I know from personal experience that my eye area can’t handle super rich creams as I get little white milia bumps that show up under my eyes as a result. I didn’t have any issues in the almost 4 weeks that I’ve been using this eye cream for bags and yet my skin has never felt more hydrated! I apply it at night before bed and for the first time, I actually wake up noticing a difference with my eyes being brighter. I apply another round in the morning after I cleanse my face. The cream has a slight cooling sensation that I feel like it actually helps de-puff my eyes.
The eye cream for bags comes enclosed in its own padded drawstring pouch along with a crescent-moon shaped activation tool. The crescent activation tool is designed to be used for massaging the eye area before applying the eye cream to remove any debris as well as to activate the skin cells. I personally didn’t like the way the plastic tugged at my skin, so I ended up skipping it after a couple uses. I just used my ring finger to gently tap in the product under my eyes and finished off with a quick swipe on my upper eyelids with whatever product was remaining.
The VIIcode oxygen eye cream has been like my secret weapon for looking more awake! An exclusive ‘T2’stone mortar extraction process is used which facilitates the healing and regeneration of damaged skin cells near the eyes. It’s formulated with elderberries, jojoba oil, and evening primrose — all combined to remove wrinkles and regenerate glowing, younger skin!
To say that I’m in love with this eye cream for bags would be an understatement. The only kicker? It’s got a pretty steep price tag. For the 5ml size of the eye cream that I have here, it’s $97. For all the magic in a bottle that this eye cream is, it’s nonetheless something that’ll I’ll need to work into my budget if I want to continue using it. The 5ml bottle is supposed to last 2-3 months and thankfully it does come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee so you can return it if it doesn’t work out. VIIcode also offers oxygen eye masks (slightly cheaper — 6 pairs for $55) and I’m thinking I’ll be trying those next!
Let me know if you try this eye cream! I’d love to know your thoughts!
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This post is sponsored by VIIcode. All opinions are honest and my own.
And believe me, I’d be gushing to you about this eye cream either way!