6 organic and Natural under eye patches against dark circles

The areas around the eyes are thinner and drier than the rest of the face, therefore, in case of minor skin care and lack of sleep, dark circles, crow’s feet and general wrinkles will increase. After many days and nights of work, you not only feel lousy, you are unfortunately look like it. You have enough of puffy eyelids, dark circles and thick wrinkles on the face and sometimes not even a concealer can cover your tiredness?

We all know that besides sleep and rest only an ultra moisturizing, organic and vegan eye mask can help.

You can leave the eye patches store in the refrigerator. It gives an even more refreshing feeling for the skin. Puffiness goes down faster and provide the sensitive skin with moisture and nourishing active ingredients. The face immediately looks fresher and younger. But: Which eye mask is the best one? 

1. Rosental

Mission: Natural & organic, Sustainable practices.

Price Range: $10-$50


Rosental want you and your skin to shine in a completely natural way. Their products activate the self-healing powers of your body and let your skin heal. Skin problems are solved in a gentle and sustainable way.

The Eye Patches by ROSENTAL ORGANICS revitalize and soothe tired eyes. Hyaluron and collagen give the skin an extra portion of moisture, reducing small wrinkles, dark circles and puffy eyes. 

2. 100% PURE

Mission: Cruelty-free, vegan, gluten free, Moms choice, natural.

Price Range: $10-$30


The 100% PURE™ brand made a commitment to produce the purest, healthiest products and educating everyone on why being 100% PURE™ is so important. They strive to be environmentally sustainable and to improve the lives of 6 billion people and animals while also being charitable and giving back to our global community.

Their extremely hydrating eye masks use a thirst-quenching blend of cucumber, hyaluronic acid, and aloe juice to replenish dehydrated skin cells. The “hydrogel” mask material is composed of 95% organic aloe juice and 5% plant cellulose.

3. ORBIT EYE STONE

Mission: No Waste, natural stone.

Price Range: $17


The orbit eye stone are made from Finnish bedrock that is more than two billion years old, these stone disks bring tired peepers relief from long hours at the computer, puffiness after a long night, or itchiness due to seasonal allergies. 

Their extremely hydrating eye masks use a thirst-quenching blend of cucumber, hyaluronic acid, and aloe juice to replenish dehydrated skin cells. The “hydrogel” mask material is composed of 95% organic aloe juice and 5% plant cellulose.

4. PACIFICA BEAUTY

Mission: Vegan, Cruelty-free, made with compassion for the planet, animals and you.

Price Range: ca. $5


Nature is their muse and their mission. Pacifica Beauty believes in reincarnation (for plastic, anyway!).

Pacifica beauty is using natural and plant-based ingredients and is paraben- and SLS-free. The natural biocellulose eye patches are infused with Vitamin C and Marine plant extracts to bump up support, help brighten and boost hydration.

5. LOOP’S BEAUTY

Mission: Vegan, Natural, organic, korean beauty formulas.

Price Range: ca. $20


Every Loops mask delivers the highest quality skincare experience. For sensitive skin, we recommend Loops Beauty’s eye masks. Powered by Korean beauty formulas, and tested by dermatologists and model Emily Ratajkowski herself, these hydrating patches will help with dark circles and bags, and they’ll have your under eyes refreshed and restored in less than 15 minutes. 

5. JUICE BEAUTY

Mission: Organic ingredients, Sustainable Packaging, Glass container, FSC paper.

Price Range: ca. $10


The Eye masks from Juice Beauty are instantly revive, brighten and lift the eyes.

Juice Beauty was founded by a California team passionate about healthy lifestyles and whose organic products are created by powerful science.

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