Eye bags give away when you haven't had enough sleep, or are stressed, or just had too many drinks last night. There are also times they're just there, whether you're actually tired or not, because it's caused by your genes. When your eye creams aren't working as well as they should to reduce your bags' appearance, you can always turn to eye masks—a pair of sheet masks shaped to fit the contours of your under-eye area. It's a one-time use product you can even take with you when you travel since it's not bulky!


Below, the best eye masks/patches to try:

Bioaqua Eye Mask Hydra Nourish

P95/1 pair, BeautyMNL

Formulated with charcoal, this eye mask not only soothes your bags but moisturizes and smoothens wrinkles and darkness.

Dirty Works Cucumber Eye Pads

P500/10 pairs, Freyja Glorietta

Cooling ingredients such as cucumber extract and allantoin instantly de-puff your eye area to awaken and rejuvenate your peepers!


Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels

P870/4 pairs, Sephora.ph

Skyn Iceland's eye gel patches contain potent active ingredients to firm up, tone, hydrate, and reduce puffiness in your under-eye area in under 10 minutes!

Holika Holika Aloe Soothing Essence 80% Hydrogel Eye Patch


P1,030/30 pairs, Althea

Aloe vera is famous for being able to calm and cool down skin, which is why we love how these eye patches are created with 80 percent aloe vera essence.

Boscia Sake Brightening Bio-Cellulose Eye Masks

P1,055/3 pairs, Sephora.ph

Infused with a bunch of antioxidants, Boscia's eye masks revive your eye area's delicate skin by brightening, hydrating, and soothing it.


Pixi Detoxifeye Depuffing Eye Patches

P1,765/30 pairs, Sephora.ph

The perfect morning pick-me-up! The Detoxifeye Patches rejuvenate your under-eye area and minimize the look of dark circles so you can go about your day looking refreshed and eye bag-free.

Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber De-Tox Hydra-Gel Eye Patches


P2,600/30 pairs, Zalora

Tired peepers won't stand a chance with these gel eye patches. Cucumber extract, allantoin, chamomile, caffeine, hyaluronic acid, and aloe work to soothe and calm your eye bags while plumping them up and reducing fine lines.

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