Christian BRETON Hydrogel Eye Contour Masks Review

9 Oct 2017

*Features press samples.

I like to look after my skin and I have a skincare stash that has everything from toners and moisturisers right through to face masks and overnight treatments, but other than eye creams, I have never really had a product which is aimed at the delicate skin around my eyes. That's all changed recently, with the addition of Christian BRETON Hydrogel Eye Contour Masks, and I have to admit, I'm pretty smitten!

Christian BRETON is a relatively new brand to me, with an extensive skincare range available on Look Fantastic. The Hydrogel Eye Contour Masks are available in three options, suitable for different skin concerns and each targeting a specific skin need. Think of them as face masks specifically for your eyes, with the perfect fit for using on the delicate skin under your eyes. Each should be left on for 20-25 minutes, so I like to pop them on whilst doing something else or whilst I'm getting ready, to give my eyes a quick pick-me-up before applying makeup.

There's the Christian BRETON Dark Circle and Puffiness Eye Masks, which reduces puffiness, helps skin appear firmer and helps to reduce the appearance of dark circles. They use moisturising Hyaluronic Acid, soothing Green Tea, hydrating Aloe Vera, age-defying Vitamin A and Ubiquinone, radiance-boosting Vitamin E, moisture boosting Cucumber, calming Chamomile, soothing Allantoin and Vitamin B3, which helps to reduce puffiness.

Next, we have the Christian BRETON Lifting & Firming Eye Masks, which aim to leave skin looking fresher, whilst leaving the delicate skin around your eyes smoother, firmer and lifted. Collagen helps to lift skin whilst Seaweed nourishes, Aloe Vera hydrates and Allantoin soothes skin. There's also Lotus, which promotes healthy elasticity in the skin, alongside Vitamin A and Adenosine which are age-defying ingredients.

Last but not least, the Christian BRETON Anti-Wrinkle Eye Masks, which works to smooth skin, leaving skin looking younger and more nourished, whilst appearing firmer. Collagen works to lift skin whilst Vitamin E adds radiance alongside Kaolin, which works to revitalise skin, with age-defying Ubiquinone.

Each box contains 3 Hydrogel Eye Contour Masks; a full pair set per use, priced at £27, which makes each mask a pricey £9. For me personally, although I've loved using these in my skincare routine, it's a touch too pricey for me to repurchase. If they're within your budget and are on the hunt for a fuss-free way to pamper and protect your eye contour, then these are definitely worth checking out.

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*Feature includes complimentary press samples sent for review; I have not been financially compensated for this feature. Please see my disclaimer for more information.