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JAYJUN Green Tea Eye Gel Patch - Product Review - M Review 124

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If you ask me what my favorite K-beauty mask brand is, it’s gotta be JAYJUN. Recently I tried out their eye patch, which surprised me just as much as their masks did.

JAYJUN Green Tea Eye Gel Patch

A Life-Changing Product

In fact, these eye patches changed my mornings eternally. I am that type of person who can fall asleep with the loudest music on, and cannot be woken by any alarms. But ever since I discovered this product, it has become part of my morning routine and the only thing that prevents me from falling back to sleep in the morning!

First thing after I hear the alarm and open my eyes, I pick up two eye gel patches and place them on my under-eye areas. It literally gets me like coffee or redbull. But unlike caffeine, it wakes me up and energizes in a very soothing and decent way.

With its gel-like texture, it can minimize the possibilities of puffiness and helps enlarge and enlighten my eyes, which helps me look like I’ve had eight hours of sleep.

Green Tea Eye Patch and Green Tea Powder

Incredibly Great Ingredients

Aside from that, I’m absolutely a label reader when it comes to adding new skincare products into my routine. JAYJUN Eye Patch’s ingredient list contains many of my favorites that can be found on the front of the list. Here are a few of them:

- Niacinamide

- Sodium Hyaluronate

- Licorice Root Extract

Niacinamide, aka Vitamin B3, is a potent brightening ingredient that plays a major role in evening out skin tone, eliminates dullness, etc. Sodium Hyaluronate, on the other hand, is also what generally called hyaluronic acid, is extremely powerful in locking up moisturization and reduces wrinkles/fine lines. Last but not least, licorice extract is one of the natural ingredients that has anti-inflammation and moisture-retention properties.

With all of these goodies found in this eye patch, its affordability is also what truly impresses me. To wrap up, JAYJUN’s Eye Gel Patch is a product I’ll never let go of, and it has two other flavors, Lavender and Roselle, which I’m definitely trying soon.


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