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Review: Lon Vitalite C8 Collagen Crystal Eye Mask
If you’ve had a big night out or need a quick fix because of a bad case of puffy eyes, you need to check out these masks. I naturally have dark purple circles under my eyes and one of the claims of these masks is that they will “eliminate dark circles” so I was really interested to see if it lived up to the claims.
Each product application contains two eye collagen pads that you place underneath your eyes, each pad measures roughly 6 centimetres long and they are super easy to apply….really convenient for the woman on the go.
I left the eye patches on for about ten minutes you can leave them on longer, the instructions are on the packaging.
After I removed the patches and washed away the residual moisturizer, I did notice a considerable reduction in the purple pigmentation in my dark circles. It should be noted that these masks contain hyaluronic acid which is used to replace moisture in the skin so it can temporarily reduce the appearance of fine lines.
Fast, convenient and affective; it’s definitely worth checking out these amazing eye masks.
You can purchase these masks from the Lon Vitalite website, they come in a pack of six for $28. Seehttps://www.lonvitalite.com.au/p/c8-collagen-crystal-eye-mask-6-pk/C8E
Brogan. (Miss Mancells Makeup)
Review: Lon Vitalite C4 Coconut Milk Hydrating & Nourishing Facial Mask
Prior to using this mask my face was freshly washed and uncleansed because I wanted to see the full effects of the product. When I first opened the mask I noticed the slight coconut scent and the product had a creamy texture. The mask sheets themselves are composed of a dense but lightweight fabric that’s still breathable, this mask has been designed to fold neatly under your chin for maximum comfort. It is super hydrating and I found it also had a lovely moisturizing affect. The mask contains natural ingredients that can aid in the healing process caused by blemishes and after using this mask I did notice spots seemed less inflamed.
Here’s a breakdown of the ingredients in order of appearance, Aqua (water), Butylene glycol (a slip agent used to help other ingredient spread over the face), Cocos nucifera (coconut extract), Sweet almond oil (a high source of calcium, potassium, magnesium, vitamins E and D), Sea coconut extract, panthenol (an alcohol compound with vitamin B5), Yeast beta glucan (contains high levels of fiber and has been proven to have immune system benefits), allantoin (has anti-irritant properties), Carbomer (often used to keep cosmetic products from separating), Niacinamide (contains high levels on Vitamin B3), Ammonium glycyrrhizinate (an anti-inflammatory agent found in liquorice root), Triethanolamine (predominantly used to adjuster ph levels in the skin), Peg-40 hydrogenated castor (used as an fragrance ingredient), Sodium hyaluronate (a natural substance that can be used to absorb and store moisture) and Parfum (perfume).
All in all this was a highly enjoyable product to use and I’d recommend checking out these LonVitalites coconut milk masks.
Brogan (Miss Mancells Makeup)