WEI Tibetan Chrysanthemum Correcting Eye Treatment Pads

If you’re anything like me, after a weekend of late nights or a long, hectic week, it will begin to show on your skin. If I’m having a particularly crazy week at work, the 6am starts begin to take their toll and by Friday my eyes feel so heavy that no amount of concealer can save them!

Thankfully, I discovered these amazing “WEI Tibetan Chrysanthemum Correcting Eye Treatment Pads” which are a dream come true for tired eyes. 

The eye-treatment pads are formulated with an extract called Tibetan Chrysanthemum, which is used in Traditional Chinese medicine to reduce swelling. They also contain Mulberry leaf which helps nourish the skin and gets to work on those dark circles. 

Each pouch contains two pads literally soaking in all the treatment goodness! Don’t throw away the pouch just yet, as I noticed that there’s a lot of leftover treatment floating in the bottom. I hate wasting, so I poured it into a plastic container to blot on my skin if and when I need a little pick me up. 

You only need to leave the pads on your eyes for 10-15 minutes, which is perfect if you’re a busy bee like me. As soon as I lifted them off, my eyes instantly felt more awake. I followed with my eye cream and I even felt like my make up smoothed on much better than usual around my eyes which must be down to the nourishing Mulberry leaf ingredient. 

Finally, my hangover eyes have been cured! Hopefully this will put an end to the classic “late night was it?” line the morning after a heavy night, which is not the first thing you wish to hear!

If you want to try them out yourself, they’re available exclusively at Space NK and you can buy them here

Tip: For extra cooling on tired, swollen eyes, place the pouch in the fridge an hour before you want to use them! 

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