My Experience with Petitfee Gold Hydrogel Eye Patch
I’ve tried a few of hydrogel eye patches in the past. Didn’t think I would purchase another any time soon. I’ve had this product since summer. Used it about 6 times. Stopped for a while. I’m not that into eye patches, to be honest. I think they’re OK. I just don’t think they make a huge difference in my skin. A good moisturizer does a better job, and it’s less expensive than an eye patch. So I started to use hydrogel eye patches again since I have it. And good news! The product is still good to go! Just like when I purchased it. 👍🏻
This is the gold version from Petitfee. There’s 30 pairs of eye patches per jar. The purpose of this skin care product is to treat the eye area by instantly moisturizing, removing dark under eye circles, eliminate swelling, and irritation. It fills the skin cells with moisture, protects against aging, and smooths out wrinkles.
That sounds pretty good. Now here are my thoughts on Petitfee Hydrogel Eye Patches!
Hydrogel eye patches feel luxurious, in my opinion. I think they’re fun to have around if you want to splurge a little. The product is very easy to use. It comes with a little spatula, but I lost it. I thought the little spatula was annoying, lol. So I wash my hands before I pick out a pair of hydrogel eye patch. They’re soaked in essence. I apply it to my under eye area that has been cleansed with no product on. The hydrogel eye patches can be used on other parts of the face too if desired. I just use it as intended (the eyes). I have a moisturizer for other parts of my face including my eye area.
When using the hydrogel eye patches, I can’t use it standing up. The eye patches slip down just a little bit. So what I do is lie down and just take a mini nap. The instructions of this product states to leave the eye patch on for 10-15 minutes. I leave it on for ~15 minutes. Let my skin soak up the essence. There’s no irritation or burning. After I’m done with the eye patch, I remove them and toss them out. I don’t rinse the product off. Just leave it on the skin and go about my usual skin care routine. You can place this product in the fridge too if you want a cooling effect to help with puffy eyes.
This is something I do every 2 weeks or so. I tried to do it more often, but it’s really time consuming for very little results. If you expect to remove saggy under eye bags, dark under eye circles (as it claims that it should do), or smooth out under eye wrinkles, you’re in for a disappointment. All it’s really doing is moisturizing the skin. It’s not a surge of moisture either. It’s very light moisture. A regular moisturizer does a better job and for less the price or same amount. I think that’s why I don’t use hydrogel eye patches too often. I don’t feel like I’m getting much out of it for the time put in.
The ingredients in this product are nice. It contains ginseng root extract, bird’s nest, aloe extract, hyaluronic acid, rose flower water, hydrolyzed collagen, gold (1ppm) to name a few.
An open jar of Petitfree Gold Hydrogel Eye Patches! I’ve had these for a while, and I’m going to repeat that they haven’t dried out at all.
Pros & Cons
- Light moisture. Don’t expect too much out of it.
- Gentle on the skin
- Soothing and relaxing
- Contains ginseng root extract, bird’s nest extract, aloe, hyaluronic acid, rose flower water, hydrolyzed collagen, gold (1ppm). Gold is the last ingredient.
- Doesn’t improve dark under eye circles
- Not much of a change in my skin
The product looks and sounds very fancy and makes it seem like it’ll do something for the under eye area, but my experience says otherwise. The main reason why I don’t use it too often (from past experience). I just bought it to try it out again, and I haven’t used a hydrogel eye patch in a while. I’m not sure I’m going to pick up another jar. We’ll see. Maybe those mini naps I have might be doing some good when using them. It’s always good to reduce stress and just relax after a long day. These hydrogel eye patches force me to do so, haha!
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Petitfee Black Pearl & Gold Hydrogel Eye Patch + Review
I have a new Hydrogel Eye Patch. The reason why I purchased a different one is because the first one (Koelf Ruby Bulgarian Rose Hydrogel Eye Patch) didn’t do a good job at moisturizing my skin. I need as much moisture as possible underneath my eyes. I wouldn’t recommend Koelf Ruby Bulgarian to anyone that’s looking for hydration for the eye area. I’m over it. I’ll use the rest of it, but I won’t buy it again.
Now I have Petitfee Black Pearl & Gold Hydrogel Eye Patch.
This is what it looks like. Oh so jelly. 😀
It has a scooper too. 🙂
I’ve used Petitfee Black Pearl & Gold Hydrogel Eye Patches a total of 5 times. I liked these much better compared to the Koelf Ruby Bulgarian. They are more moisturizing and leave my under eye area looking brighter and youthful. The results are pretty big between the two. If you’re looking to trying some hydrogel eye patches out, go for this one instead. They are worth a shot! I do not know if they’ll work for you or not, but they sure did work for me!
October 15, 2019 UPDATE: I’ve officially finished the whole container of Petitfee Black Pearl Gold Hydrogel Eye Patches. Honestly, I really do like these. They did help brighten the under eye area and felt very cooling. I ended up using it mainly at night due to time constraints. I would purchase them again.
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Review: Koelf Ruby Bulgarian Rose Hydrogel Eye Patch
I purchased Hydrogel Eye Patches. 🙂 I’ve used some from elf Cosmetics but wanted to venture out. I’ll do a review on the ones from elf soon. The ones shown here are called Koelf Ruby Bulgarian Rose Hydrogel Eye Patch. More about the Hydrogel Eye Patches below.
- Daily treatment masks that de-puff and brighten tired eyes
- Delivers rich hydration and soothing effects
- Helps reduce redness, dark circles, and inflammation around the eye area
- Suitable for all skin types
- 60 individually wrapped patches per pack for 30 applications
The product comes with a mini scooper. It’s sealed.
The Hydrogel Eye Patches are rosy/pink in color and moistened in a liquid gel serum. Here’s my review on them.
I’ve been using these Hydrogel Eye Patches every night. Sometimes I use them in the morning too when my eyes appear a little bit more tired than usual. The container contains 30 applictions (total of 60). Make sure to have a hold on these babies when you take them out of the container. They are slippery to touch. I lost one. 🙁 It slipped out of my hands. These eye patches do help reduce puffy eyes and calm tired eyes. I love that. I haven’t noticed much with dark under eye circles, but I will continue to use them and see what happens. If you’re looking for eye patches that provide a surge of moisture, this isn’t it. I would rank the moisture level a 2 out of 5. They are not drying though. I’ll use the rest of them, but I don’t think I will purchase this one in particular again. There are a lot of choices out there, and I prefer skin care products for the eye area to be on the very hydrating side of the spectrum.
Finding the PERFECT sunblock + Other Skin Care Products
I have some skin care products to share. This is what I have.
- Differin Moisturizer with Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 30
- RejuveNaturals Skin Clarifying Vitamin C+ Serum
- Koelf Ruby Bulgarian Rose Hydrogel Eye Patch
- Bamboo Charcoal Black Mask Peel-Off Blackhead Removal
Today, I’m going to review three items. They are the Differin Moisturizer, RejuveNaturals Skin Clarifying Vitamin C+ Serum, and Bamboo Charcoal Black Mask Peel-Off Blackhead Removal. I’ll review the Koelf Ruby Bulgarian Rose Hydrogel Eye Patch some other time.
Differin Moisturizer with Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 30:
I’ve been having trouble finding a good sunblock for my skin type. SPF is necessary to protect the skin. It’s been hard finding one that’s suitable for my skin type. That doesn’t break me out. I tried Differin again.
What it claims to do…
- Broad spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 protection in an oil free, lightweight, formula that won’t clog pores
- Micropearl technology absorbs surface oil for a matte finish
- For people with oily skin
- Not greasy
- Fragrance free
This is what happened…
- It did feel lightweight on the skin, but it did leave my skin feeling moisturized
- IT CLOGGED MY PORES! :'(
- It’s doesn’t leave the skin ‘matte’. Rather oily-looking.
- It did not absorb surface oils at all.
- I would not recommend this for people with oily skin. I have oily skin, and it made me break-out.
- Love that it’s fragrance-free. Why does it matter if it breaks me out? I gave up on it.
I’m highly disappointed in this sunblock again. I gave it so many chances because it says that it’s made for oily skin and won’t clog pores. Well, it’s time to move onto something else. I’m officially done with the Differin Moisturizer. Do not buy this if you have acne-prone skin. Do not buy this if your skin breaks out easily. It’s too oily.
RejuveNaturals Skin Clarifying Vitamin C+ Serum:
RejuvaNaturals Skin Clarifying Vitamin C+ Serum advertises itself to be a Vitamin C Serum with a lot of other benefits (Hyaluronic Acid, Retinol, Salicylic Acid, Niacinamide, MSM). I used it for 3 days, and I stopped. The reason why because I developed the worst whiteheads. I know it was this serum because once I introduced it into my skin routine, the breakouts started. I’m staying away from ‘Skin Clarifying’ skin care products from now on. It just makes it worse. 🙁 I don’t recommend this for anyone with acne. It’s more of a essentail oil serum. That’s exactly what it smells like. Not much of a Vitamin C serum. Bleh. No more.
Bamboo Charcoal Black Mask Peel-Off Blackhead Removal:
I’ve used the Charcoal Black Mask twice. Honestly, I wasn’t too impressed. It didn’t remove blackheads. I can see that it removed dead skin cells, but that’s from peeling the mask off of my face. I can do the same thing with an exfoliator. Blackheads can be removed by using an extractor tool. It’s only a few bucks for an extractor tool, and you have more control over what you can remove. I was hoping for something wonderous wth the Charcoal Black Mask. Meh. Try it for fun if you want. Don’t expect spectacular results. I didn’t think it was worth it. Invest in an extractor tool instead. Your bank account will be very appreciative of you.
Next up, a review on Koelf Ruby Bulgarian Rose Hydrogel Eye Patch! 🙂
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