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Review - The Face Shop Raspberry Slim & Lift Collagen Eye Patch

Aqua Collagen and Raspberry Roots extract provides intense hydration and improves firmness on the eye areas.

* Raspberry Roots from the Himalayas - Rich in antioxidants, promotes collagen synthesis.
* Tephroline - Promotes the natural secretion of beta-endorphins, supplying energy to the cells.
* Purslane - Protects collagen by inhibiting the enzyme activation of collagenase which decomposes collagen.
(Information credit to Chapter Q)

1. After cleansing your face, remove protection films and place patches under eyes
2. Place them for 30-40 minutes
3. Remove patches and apply toner
4. Use them twice a week

Retail Price: $4.95 per pair
Amount I paid: $3 per pair -the seller increased prices already :(

The description is all in Korean as I bought them online. Each pack consists of a pair of jelly-like eye patch. It has two sides; one side jelly-like and the other with a net design. The "net-like" design serves to grip on firmly to the contour of the under-eyes without slipping.

This is the only eye mask that doesn't drip with excess serum when used! Plus it doesn't slide down unlike most of the eye masks I have tried(that's probably due to the excess serum), which makes it easy and comfortable to use.

I forgot to chill it before using so it didn't reduce much of the puffiness, but it helped to moisturize and tighten the under eye area which is great :)
*Do note that you have to place the jelly side on your skin (the rougher side would be the one with "net")

Before:After:You can see slight differences after using. In addition, the eye patch feels thinner after using because the jelly side of the product have been absorbed by the skin after 30mins!

Overall I think it's a product worth purchasing, and I'll recommend you to chill the patch in the fridge for at least an hour before using for better results! :)

Straight to the point - for those who are lazy to read everything :p
[What I like about it]
✔ Relaxing eye mask for tired eyes
✔ Brightening and tightening effects
✔ Pleasant smelling
✔ Can feel that the serum has been absorbed; thinner mask after 30 mins

[What I dislike about it]
✘ Expensive (Local TFS retails this at $37 for 10 pairs)

(Will repurchase)


  1. i think i can't see which side is netting and which side is jelly cos both sides are so slimy !! how ??? anyone who can enlighten this sua gu me ? thanks !!

  2. @Anonymous It's not obvious! You have to touch the surface, the part which is slightly rougher - for me, I just gently use my nails to scrape both sides to determine. LOL. & The side with netting has to be placed away for skin. Hope that helps! :)

  3. @Unknown Ebay:) I'm selling some extra pieces too.


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