Flights make us tired and dehydrate both our bodies and our skin, our body’s largest organ. This can wreak havoc on our eyes, particularly the fragile, thin skin underneath our eyes which can become discolored, saggy and even feel weaker due to fatigue. After a long flight, one of the best ways to treat eye strain and fatigue is to use a nice cool facemask or gentle undereye treatment. Cosmetics company Rodial has just the product for post-fight puffiness.
Rodial’s Dragon’s Blood eyemask delivers cool, hydrating relief to the area beneath your eyes, instantly soothing tired eyes and restoring circulation and energy. The ingredients also help with skin tone, smoothing out wrinkles and brightening your eyes to make you appear more awake. The eyemasks contain ultra-hydrating hyaluronic acid, arnica and haloxyl to hydrate and tone undereye skin.
To use the bio-cellulose eyemasks, thoroughly cleanse your skin and apply one mask under each eye for approximately 20 minutes. After use, peel off the masks and throw them away.
One packet weights just 0.16 ounces, making the pouch the perfect size to accompany your other liquids in your carry-on luggage. Rodial’s Dragon’s Blood Eyemasks are available for purchase on Amazon.com, where a box of eight eyemasks retails for $39.
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