Okay so story time.
Two weeks ago my boyfriend and I did a weekend trip in NYC. The day we went I was up at 3:15 am since I couldn’t sleep due to too much excitement. The night before my dog kept waking me up to take him out so after two days of barely any sleep, I really needed something to wake me up. That Friday, since we were staying with friends, we did stay up quite late and after three nights of terrible sleep, I definitely needed a little pick me up.
Luckily, I had actually thrown some Boscia eye pads in my purse before I left and let me tell you, they definitely came in handy.
I have a few different eye products from Boscia, and since I’m getting older, having a healthy eye area is very important to me. I try to get at least eight hours of sleep a night, but just like anyone else, sometimes we need a little help in that area to look more awake.
So my top picks? Well, keep reading.
Boscia Triple Hyaluronic and Honeydew Moisture-Boost Gel Eye Masks
These were the gel eye masks that really came to the rescue.
The Boscia Triple Hyaluronic and Honeydew Moisture-Boost Gel Eye Masks (C$36) replenish moisture to dehydrated and overworked eyes thanks to the cooling hydrogel that you apply on the undereye area.
Available in a pack of five, these gel patches contain triple hyaluronic acid (hyaluronic acid, hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid, and sodium hyaluronate), which deeply hydrates the undereye area and binds moisture. It also boosts water retention and plumps and restores dull, tired-looking eyes. It also has honeydew melon, which deeply moisturizes and replenishes skin, and contains a blend of vitamin A and C to boost skin health and radiance. Honeydew melon is also rich in antioxidants to help protect skin from environmental stressors. Finally, they also contain niacinamide, also known as Vitamin B3, which helps to improve the sin barrier by reducing the impact of environmental damage, and renews and restores the skin’s surface. It also brightens and reduces inflammation of the skin.
Apply the gel masks under the eye for an instantly cooling effect and leave on for at least 15 minutes. I loved using these and I instantly felt more awake, hydrated, and energized. If you are travelling in the near future, I highly recommend picking these up!
Boscia Vegan Collagen Microcrystal Eye Mask
For a more luxurious treat, take a look at the Boscia Vegan Collagen Microcrystal Eye Masks (C$37).
Available in a pack of two, these eye masks work to rescue fine lines and wrinkles thanks to its many youth-enhancing benefits. These masks contain vegan collagen to boost collagen production for a more youthful appearance. It also as peptides to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and the appearance of puffiness and dark circles. Finally, they also contain hyaluronic acid to hydrates, plump, and firm skin.
Apply one of the packs under your eyes for at least two hours. Boscia also mentions you can sleep with these on for maximum benefits.
Boscia Indigo Eye Cream
Now if you are looking for an actual eye cream, take a look at the Boscia Indigo Eye Cream (C$50).
This eye cream contains wild indigo, which calms and brightens the undereye area. the eye cream also contains blurring pigments to illuminate and cover up dark circles, as well as wake up the eye area.
In addition to wild indigo, it also has hand-harvested focus algae, which minimizes dark circles and provides anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties to stimulate collagen production. It also has hyaluronic acid to hydrate and plump.
Crafted with calming and brightening Wild Indigo, boscia Indigo Eye Cream is a one-step wonder eye cream that works to hydrate and color-correct the delicate under eye area. Soft, blurring pigments help illuminate and disguise dark circles while Wild Indigo wakes up tired eyes by reducing the appearance of puffiness for a wide-awake, brightened appearance.
Boscia has a ton of other eye products in their line up and you can find the products at Shoppers Drug Mart, Hudson’s Bay, Revolve, Ulta, etc. It’s also a clean beauty brand and vegan.
Have you tried any Boscia eye products? What are your favourite eye products?
Please note, products provided by PR, all opinions are my own.
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