Beauty, Moisturizers

Mudmasky Serum- Infused Eye Mask Review

Many individuals assume that skin will always remain skin and don’t understand why some parts of the body’s skin are, based on all evidence, more sensitive than others. However, we must all be aware that the skin around our eyes is a real example of skin that frequently behaves differently from skin elsewhere on our bodies. If the skin isn’t very thick, it can wrinkle, darken, and reflect a variety of factors, including our age and how much sleep we’re getting. This sort of extraordinary skin is sensitive and needs special care. It is far more delicate and finer than the rest of our body’s skin. There is also a chance of damage because there is less fat behind this skin. The most usually neglected step in our skincare regimen is the eye area, but since I am a woman, I have an endless supply of products and way too many samples in my cabinet, and this Mudmasky Serum-Infused Eye Mask is one of them.

Our skin, hair, and body benefit greatly from Mudmasky’s dedication to employing compounds that are both very effective and beneficial to those areas. They claim that this serum-infused eye mask was created especially for the delicate and thin skin around your eyes. It is fragrance-free and has a very high concentration of natural antioxidants. After 4–7 usage, the skin’s suppleness is improved. Our skin beneath our eyes seems less black and sunken by increasing flexibility. They claim that tiny creases around the eyes eventually appear to be softened after 7–12 usage. This serum-infused mask contains antioxidant-rich superfoods including blueberries, matcha, and golden kiwi seeds to strengthen connective tissue, raise moisture levels, and promote elasticity. It may also be used to protect the eyes. It is natural, vegan, and free of animal products.


🌸Dark circles– It often caused by tiny capillaries that leak blood beneath the surface of the skin. They used natural powerful fruits like Golden Kiwi Seeds and Goji Berry which contain high levels of antioxidants. These fruits are proven to have a lot of key nutrients that prevent as well as lightens dark circles.
🌸Puffy eyes– Vitamin K combined vitamins C and E is highly effective in treating under eye circles and wrinkles. Vitamin D is so they combined a mixture of naturals to combat.
🌸Swelling– With aging, the tissues around our eyes, including some of the muscles supporting our eyelids, weaken. This causes swelling. The combination of Moroccan Lava Clay and fruits tighten up the skin and reduce swelling.
🌸Fine wrinkles- UV rays from the sun break down the collagen in our skin, causing fine wrinkles under the eyes. They used nourishing plants and Xanathan Gum to combat this particular area.
🌸Dry skin- The skin under the eyes needs its own easy-penetrating oil. That’s why they have used the best Soybean Oil from Japan.

How To Use

For a quick under eye pick-me-up, tap a tiny bit under each eye and leave on for eight minutes before gently rinsing. Need a bigger boost? It doubles as an extra hydrating eye cream by just applying and leaving it on for the long haul.


Aqua/ Water, Glycerin, Coco-Caprylate, Sodium Polyacrylate, Illite, Lecithin, Phenoxyethanol, Actinidia Chinensis (Kiwi) Seed, Camellia Sinensis (Tea) Leaf, Xanthan Gum, Ethylhexylglycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Vaccinium Corymbosum (Blueberry) Fruit Extract, Lycium Barbarum (Goji Berry) Fruit Extract, Citric Acid, Daucus Carota Sativa (Carrot) Root Extract, Ficus Carica (Fig) Fruit Extract, Potassium Sorbate, Beta-Carotene, Sodium Benzoate, Sorbic Acid, Tocopherol.

I have this item from one of my membership boxes. I am not that familiar with its brand, so I am truly eager to utilize it. The packaging for this item is so muffled and basic. I also noticed that there is information on the back about the item having a distinct smell, so I am truly curious about what they mean by that. So I quickly opened it and attempted to smell the liquid from the tube. From the outset, I couldn’t smell anything, so I felt that perhaps the smell wasn’t as overpowering as what they claimed. After cleaning my face and putting my other skincare items included in my daily skincare routine, I quickly utilized this item since eye cream, gel, or mask is my last step before going to sleep.

From the start, I put the item on my wrist. I saw that it was somewhat runny with fairly charcoal-like particles. I figure it will be better assuming we will store it inside our fridge, so the texture won’t be that runny. I likewise felt that it tends to be a scrub simultaneously due to its somewhat rough texture felt while gliding it under our eyes due to those small particles. 

While applying this item, I began to smell its fragrance. I couldn’t describe the smell of it while gliding it under my eye, yet the smell was nauseating. It smells like old vinegar with various blended ingredients, which I couldn’t comprehend. I don’t have any idea what it smells like. I can simply say that it’s horrendous, causing me to feel like vomiting. I can clearly smell it regardless of whether I just put a modest quantity of it on my undereyes. Supposedly, we really need to leave the fluid under our eyes for 8–10 minutes, yet I can’t endure the smell, so after 5 minutes, I hastily washed it with warm water.

Though I didn’t appreciate the value of its smell, I felt the cooling sensation it gave on my undereye otherwise. I also noticed that my eyes looked less puffy and though the formula is flimsy, it is truly saturating. It doesn’t leave a dingy buildup. All things being equal, you get the sort of moisture that feels like it’s entered the skin without feeling weighty.

However, I’ve noticed the difference on my undereye. I still can’t accept the smell of this item, which is why I’m not using it regularly. It’s unusual, and it doesn’t smell great. So if I’m going to recommend this product to someone, I will definitely inform them about the smell of this item. In any case, it did a good job of reducing puffiness, but I can’t stand the smell. It is quite expensive with a price of $57, maybe because it is natural and kind of effective when it comes to combatting dark circles and puffy eyes, though I am not going to use it in the future because of its smell, which I cannot tolerate.

My Overall Rating

Rating: 2.5 out of 5.

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