Lack of sleep, genetics, and various lifestyle choices (delicious cocktails, etc.) can all lead to dark circles forming underneath your eyes. In fact, they're incredibly common and thus totally normal. But, it's fair to want to treat them when you can. Especially during a time when our skincare routine is about the only thing we can control.
So, yes, we're constantly on the hunt for better solutions (outside of reapplying concealer and various other annoying activities). Luckily, celebrities are more than willing to let us in on their little skincare secrets—especially Hailey Bieber. She has been more than forthcoming about her love of all things dewy, glowy, and hydrating on her Instagram and various other social media channels. She even prescribed Justin a regimen during their time spent at home.
According to Bieber, she uses Skin Camp's Hydra-Gel Rosy Hearts Eye Mask ($5) to soothe, cool, and de-puff. In fact, she demonstrated how to apply the adorable heart-shaped patches (it can get confusing, okay?) during her daily beauty routine.
The patches are formulated with hyaluronic acid to deeply hydrate, as well as collagen for that dewy plumpness immediately after removal. Caffeine is another ingredient standout that acts as an anti-inflammatory and helps to brighten, literally awakening the under the eye. Our advice? Add a nice eye serum or cream to seal in all the goodness when you're done. That'll keep you de-puffed and happy till your next late night.
Skin Camp, coined the “little sibling” to Skin Gym, is a new line of affordable and effective products that are meant to make at-home facials easy and fun. Available at Target now, the line features spa-like formulas and tools including a Mini Rose Quartz Roller ($10), Mask Mixing Kit ($10), and even a Dermaplaning Tool ($7).
With a positive review from Bieber, as well as the accessible price tag, we're down to throw caution to the wind and give those little gel patches a try. Hell, maybe we'll even post a selfie with them on to get Bieber's attention. No? Too far?