Avatara “Cool As A Cucumber” Hydrogel Eye Mask

The Avatara “Cool As A Cucumber” Hydrogel Eye Masks have been on my list of products to try this summer and I recently had the chance to try them out.

I tried this on a morning (ok afternoon) when I didn’t sleep so great the previous night. I looked tired. My eyes were puffy and baggy. It was not a cute look! 🙂 I remembered that I received these as a gift from my friend, so I was really excited to see how they worked.

The Process:

On a freshly washed face I placed the eye masks under each eye. The directions say to keep the masks on for 10-20 minutes, yet I left them on for more like 30-40.

The first and definitely one of the greatest things about these eye masks is that they stay put. I like to multi-task while doing my masking regimen, and one of my biggest annoyances is when the mask I am using slips or moves on my face. These stay put!

When I removed the eye masks, even though I was skeptical, I was pleasantly surprised that my under-eyes looked noticeably refreshed. The puffiness/bagginess had not completely gone away, but had dramatically decreased. I was very happy with the results.

About The Product (from the Avatara website):

Cucumber and Flower Extracts are designed to calm and cool your under eye area.

Reduce the look of dull and puffy eyes. Paraben free. Fragrance free.

Hydrogel offers the highest level of absorption of active ingredients locking in moisture for intense hydration. Our eye mask has a soft texture and excellent adhesion to deliver long-lasting hydration.

How Much:

The price of Avatara products are pretty inexpensive for their quality. The eye masks and lip masks are $3 each. Sheets masks and nose masks are also $3. Foaming face masks are $4. Mask sets are $9. They also have the option of buying in bulk, in which you can get a 15 pack of various masks for $35 (a savings of $10).

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