Reusable eye masks
Introducing our reusable under-eye mask! Designed to reduce waste and elevate your skincare routine. Infinitely reusable, and made with 100% medical grade silicone. Pair them with any eye cream, serum or moisturizer to lock in hydration, plump and depuff.
Unlike regular sheet masks, these are made with nonabsorbent silicone which seals your skincare treatments and lets them soak deeper into the skin. They maximize the benefits of your favorite eye creams leaving your skin looking fresh, radiant and moisturized.
After each use, simply wash and return them to their storage tin so you can use them again and again!
Use & Care
How to use your masks:
Cleanse and moisturize your skin. Apply a small amount of your favorite serum or eye cream directly to the under-eye area and wait 5-10 seconds for it to get tacky. Place one mask under each eye and leave them on for 10-15 minutes to work their magic. The silicone seals the skincare into your skin and locks in the hydration.
If you place the small end towards the inside corner of your eye, you can best tackle wrinkles or fine lines in the crow's feet area. If you use the larger rounded end towards the inside of your face, you can better treat dark circles or puffiness beneath the eye.
You can even use the masks to get clean lines when applying eye liner or other eye makeup :)
How to clean your masks:
After each use, rinse the masks with warm soapy water and store in your case, leaving the lid open to dry for a few minutes.
Medical-grade silicone in an aluminum tin.
Storage tin: 3.5 X 2.5 inches
Each eye mask set comes in a reusable aluminum storage case. The eye masks adhere to a small sheet of plastic to keep them sticky, but if cleansed properly, this storage sheet can be reused for a long, long time - just like the masks.
Designed in Seattle. Produced in mainland China by a company focused on reusables.
End of life
With proper care, your reusable eye mask will last forever. But if disposing is required, the best thing to do with medical grade silicone is to burn it! Medical grade silicone comes from silica, which is found in sand. Silicone is made through a chemical process but from natural materials, so the ash left behind isn’t harmful to the environment.