VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask Review – with video!

Hello everyone!

* Product provided for review. *

Today I’m sharing with you my experience with the VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask (pronounced “Vee Two”). These are eye patches that you leave overnight (up to 8 hours) two to three times a week. I’ve tried eye patches before, but not ones that you leave overnight so I was really interested in trying these out.

VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask

This product is described as the BEST EYE MASK for dark circles, under eye bags, puffy eyes, wrinkles and lines that help leave you a healthy and radiant appearance.

VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask

I made a little video about these eye masks and I talk about a few lessons learned (which I also write about further down), check it out:

Isn’t this a fancy box packaging? There are 6 sets of masks in the box and they all have their own little “pocket”.

VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask

Here’s a look at the eye patch packets.

VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask

Inside, they’re housed in a plastic tray.

VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask

The first time I tried these eye masks I put them right under my eyes (along the lash line) and I found them really uncomfortable. When I closed my eyes they would push up against my lashes, and once I’d lay down they felt like they were falling into my eyes. You see, when you’re standing up gravity pulls your cheeks down – even if they’re young and plump. 😉 But when you lie down they flatten out (for lack of a better term) and in doing that it brought the eye patches even closer to my eyes – hence the feeling of them falling into my eyes.

After that first try I started putting them a bit lower – low enough that when I lied down they wouldn’t feel uncomfortable.

VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask

The patches have a 1-2mm thickness of clear jelly which sticks to the skin.

The first thing I noticed when I put these on is that they felt nice and cool. The coolness lasted a good while too – at least until I fell asleep, which was maybe 30 minutes later (by the time I finished my pre-bedtime routine and got into bed). If I woke up during the night or when I woke up in the morning the coolness was gone though.

These stayed put relatively well for me. I’m a back and side sleeper (right side only) so my right eye patch would sometimes be kind of half flapping under my eye in the morning if I slept on my side a lot during the night. And when that happened, in was the inner half that wasn’t sticky anymore (for some reason I’d expect the outer half to be the non-sticky part since it’s the part that touches the pillow the most). Anywho…

It happened a few times that I’d forget I was planning to use these for the night and I’d put my night products on my eyes/face before putting the patches, and they didn’t seem to stick to my skin as well as when I’d put them on before the rest of my products. So I tried to remember that whenever I’d use these: Patches first, products after.

Now for the big question: did these eye masks work for me?

Short answer: no.

Long answer: in all honestly, I don’t really have dark circles, under eye bags or puffy eyes – at least I don’t think I do. However, I do have fine lines and wrinkles. But, because I was wearing the eye masks a bit lower they were not covering my fine lines and wrinkles. So, I can’t really say if they would work for wrinkles or not because unfortunately I was not able to fully test them for that. Also, a full treatment is considered three boxes (for best results) and I only had one box.

These VIIcode O2M Oxygen Eye Mask retail for $59.99 USD on Amazon.com.

Have you tried overnight eye masks? Would you try these?

Chantal 🙂

Computer geek by day and super mom by night, Chantal loves to try products of any kind and share her thoughts with the world.
  • Dang it!!
    I have never tried an over night mask and I had high hopes you would say it was a miracle worker.

    Oh well the under eye hunt continues! :))

    • I was hoping to try them on my wrinkles, but since I had to wear them so low they didn’t cover them at all. No miracle worker here, not for me anyway.

  • Anna Lajourdie

    Yeah, another gimmick. Can you list the ingredients? For sure no miracle there. You might as well put a good cream on and leave it for 8 hours on.
    For anyone wanting to learn about gimmicks and how to learn what’s worth the money and what is not check out Paula Begoun http://www.cosmeticscop.com

    • Yes, that’s a good source for products!
      I think I still have the box… I’ll type the ingredients once I find it.

    • Hey Anna, I found my box. The ingredients are:
      Glycerin, Carbomer, Cellulose, Tetrasodium EDTA, Allantoin, Aloe Barbadensis, Lavandula Angustifolia, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Smart Q10, Aqua, Algin, Cellulose Gum, Citric Acid, Sorbitol, Sodium PCA, Butylene Glycol, y-PGA, Sodium Hyaluronate, vitamin E, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Manganese Chloride.