[Too cool for school] Coconut Oil Serum Eye Patch | #Mondaymask

Hello beauties,

I don’t know if you noticed but we changed our post days. Sometimes coordinate our full work life with being bloggers is difficult, so to do our best and give you 100% we had to take one day out. Now, we post three times per week: Monday, Wednesday and we are still figuring out if it is best to post on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday. What do you think, or what do you prefer? We would love your help on this theme.

But there is something that doesn’t change, and that is our #MondayMask on every Monday, of course.

Today we bring you the Coconut Oil Serum Eye Patch by Too Cool for School.

This is not the first time that we review a Too Cool for School mask. One of our first #mondaymask post was about the Egg Cream Mask Pore Tightening. If you’re curious, check it here.

Too Cool for School is a Korean brand but it was created in New York. Curious, right? Their motto is “Beauty that breaks rules”.

Korean brands are a hit on these days, but if you are a Beautyworker’s follower, you know that our love for Korean skincare is big and old. That is why we are always searching for more.

The brand Too good for school has a lot of ranges:
• Dinoplatz
• Athleisure
• Coconut
• Egg
• Makeup
• Pumpkin
• Za

The mask that is being reviewed today is from the coconut range, as the name indicates.

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This hydration range is composed of masks, oils, lotions, shower gels and other products.

It’s indicated for all skin types that need to combat dryness, loss of elasticity and dullness on the under eye area.

The coconut oil serum eye patch is a hydrogel mask formulated with:
• Coconut oil and Brazilian coconut water to give protecting barrier and hydration:
• Niacinamide and adenosine that are anti-aging and brightening to reduce the wrinkles and the dark circles.
• Nutrients from sea buckthorn extract and energizing açaí palm extract to give vitality to dull-looking eyes.

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Application mode

1. On a clean skin, apply the upper patch for the right side and the lower patch for the left side;
2. Remove the film and apply the smooth side;
3. Leave for 30 minutes.

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Final Thoughts

The first thing that I noticed when I opened the package was the beautiful smell of coconut. So good and soft.
Then I noticed that the patches were very big. Which is great, I’m not complaining,  because they can cover all the under-eye area but also the cheeks. It was the first time that I saw a patch that big, but who doesn’t like to have some glow in the cheeks?!

They are really easy to apply, even being that big, it’s the right size and form for the eyes an once applied they don’t move.

While you have them on, you don’t feel them too much, which is also good because you can keep your life without being worry that it will fall.

When you take them off, you feel the area so smooth and the cheeks more brightening and with a natural glow.
For me, it’s difficult to say that a mask helped my dark under eyes because that is the main problem and I always see the dark circles no matter what I do or use, but I can feel the area more hydrated, for sure. About the wrinkles part, I don’t think that with one use I can see a lot and I only have 28 years old and fortunatley the wrinkles are my least problem.

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I highly recommend this mask, to who like me, have dryness on the under-eye area and are always looking for some mask that is easy and confortable to use with have  immediate results.

If you want to try this mask, it costs $6.00 and you can buy here.

 

Do you like to use under eye masks? What’s your favorite?

 

xoxo

-Joana

 

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