Amazon Shoppers Swear By These Gold Anti-Aging Patches for Tired Eyes
Under-eye problems aren’t easy to fix. Dark circles and puffiness never go away overnight (no matter what fancy ingredients are in your eye cream), and don’t even get us started on fine lines. While we can easily rely on concealer for a temporary fix during the day, the goal is to look like we’re wearing concealer without actually having to. If you’ve given up on most eye treatments, you might still want to hold out hope, because Amazon shoppers are claiming they actually see a difference after using these collagen under-eye patches.
The Le Gushe 24K Gold Collagen Under-Eye Patches are a top-seller in Amazon’s eye mask category. Boasting a 4.7 out of five rating and 1,500 five-star reviews, the patches are considered a “must try” by users who have put the product to the test. Made with 10 ingredients, including hyaluronic acid, collagen, nano-active gold, and rose essential oil, the treatment is meant to reduce dark circles, puffiness, and smooth and hydrate skin.
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In case you didn’t know, gold is actually an anti-aging ingredient. “It can help reduce inflammation… When applied topically, it also helps brighten the skin," Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, an N.Y.C.-based cosmetic dermatologist, previously told InStyle.
Many shoppers say the patches leave a noticable difference after just the first use.
“I was very surprised when I took them off and looked in the mirror and saw a difference,” one customer wrote. “My under-eye skin looked so firm and supple, there were no dark circles left. I'm glad it is a pack of 20 because I'm going to be adding these into my regular routine.”
Reviewers also note that the patches feel good (like a “spa at home”), have a cooling sensation, stay put on your face, and won’t irritate those with sensitive skin or eyes.
The best part? The Le Gushe 24K Gold Collagen Under-Eye Patches package comes with 20 pairs for just $18 — that comes out to roughly $1 for each set. An affordable under-eye treatment that actually works? We’re in.