Benton has finally joined the bandwagon and released their very own hydrogel to join their ever so popular snail bee line.
Like its Snail Bee counterparts, these patches have snail secretion filtrate, bee venom, tea tree leaf water, seaweed, niacinamide and adenosine. All of which are the main ingredients in their snail bee serum and essence.
As always, this product is free from parabans, fragrance and silicon oil and from an overall read through the ingredients, the product is quite gentle and suited for most skin types. <Review>
🐌 Like many eye patches, these were quite thin and coated by the snail essence. Since there was so much essence, it took a while for it to adhere onto my skin. So the trick is to remain stationary and to lie down.
🐌The patches itself were quite moist and indeed after wear, left my eye area feeling quite hydrated and cool. What I particularly noticed is that it didn’t leave any tackiness or residue so it was really good to use pre-makeup.
🐌As for any brightening and wrinkle-reversing claims, I didn’t particularly noticed any significant changes on my eye area. I felt the brightening effect was quite temporary which is pretty stock standard across all eye patch brands.
🐌 These are also water soluble and can be turned into a mist/essence after use.
Although I repeat this often, I feel like its something that should be reiterated. I personally find eye patches to be quite a novelty product. The effects are temporary but is a great product for de-stressing and providing an instant but temporary therapy for your eyes. This product is just exactly that.