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Hydrogel Eyenlip Eye Patches – comparison

I use patches on the eyes, forehead and nasolabial folds almost every day, so I buy different kinds often.

The new line of hydrating patches from the Eyenlip brand. The line has 5 types, I’ve tried three.
I liked all varieties of the patches. They are thin, elastic, stay on the skin well without sliding. They stay moist for a long time and hydrate the lids well.

three kinds of patches

The packaging is standard. Plastic jar with a protective lid. The jar contains 60 patches. After opening, it needs to be used up within 6 months. The set comes with a fairly comfortable pair of tweezers.



The effect from all patches in this line is similar. They get rid of morning puffiness, visually smooth out the fine mesh of wrinkles and hydrate the skin. The effect is immediate but only for a few hours. But with regular use you can achieve cumulative effect.

Which ones to chose? If you have dark circles, try the ones with black pearl, to help with bags and morning puffiness I recommend the green ones with snail mucin. Pink patches with salmon oil and peptides have a cumulative effect on crow’s feet and wrinkles.
Dry skin will benefit from the blue patches with hyaluronic acid, and thin saggy skin could use the purple collagen ones.

You can order Eyenlip patches on eBay or Amazon.

Black pearl eye patches.

Eyenlip Black Pearl Hydrogel Eye Patch against dark circles and to reduce puffiness. The patches hydrate and tone the skin well, making it appear more rested and refreshed.


Green with colloidal gold and snail mucin.
Eyenlip Hydrogel Eye Patch Gold&Snail with colloidal gold and snail extracts make the skin firm and well hydrated. Help improve circulation, reduce puffiness and nourish the skin.

Pink with salmon oil.
Eyenlip Salmon Oil & Peptide Hydrogel Eye Patch rejuvenate, lift and smooth the skin. Have a nourishing effect and slow down age-related skin changes.

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By Daniele Zedda • 18 February


By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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