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When you’re really tired, all the eye cream and concealer in the world won’t help rejuvenate your eyes. More drastic measures are in order. Short of an eye lift, we’ve found the most effective way to brighten droopy peepers: just break out WEI™’s Eye Treatment pads. Each pouch comes with two pads pre-soaked in herbal ingredients that reduce puffiness and eliminate dark circles in just ten minutes. Think of them as cucumbers 2.0.
I dont have dark circles but I tend to get bags under my eyes. I really liked these but I wish they weren't so expensive4
It's not in my preferences to need any type of eye pads.3
For the price point on this, I would just cut up some cucumbers, or grab some tea bags or extra sleep. Too much money peeps.1
These pads really seemed to live up to the claim of relieving eye puffiness for me. I loved the light scent and am considering purchasing these pads for future use.5
Very nice product. Would consider purchasing this product in the future. Would make a great gift. I'm very picky but do like this.4
These were ok. Not terrible but not fantastic. They're thin and difficult to keep on and lost their cool rather quickly.3
Very nice. Felt nice on my eyes. Reduced puffiness and it Moisturized.5
This was by far the best eye pads I've ever tried. Stayed cool the whole time and I noticed a difference in under my eyes. Want to buy these but way too expensive!!5
These are great for a personal pamper day!! Makes your under eye very side & smooth 4
Many comments say they are too pricey, and yes, $60 is a lot for some 10-minute eye pads. But, for $60 you get 20 pads, which is 10 treatments, which is $6 per treatment. And honestly, that's not so bad. Because these things are amazing. They SMELL divine (sort of earthy, like a dark tea), and the application process sort of forces you to relax. You have to lay/sit with your eyes closed for 10 minutes. No screens, no multitask distractions. I put on a 13-minute podcast and laid on my floor. I could also see it being an excellent time for meditation or reflecting on the day. Sort of a shavasana thing. Will I spend $60 on these right now? Probably not. But maybe someday, when I'm feeling indulgent.5