VIIcode Oxygen Eye Mask Review

About VIIcode

VIIcode is a beauty company that currently sells basic skin care products and luxe skin care products including eye creams and eye masks. Their T2 2.5 and 3 product helps you prevent damage during the day and repairs at night. Included in their eye cream T2 line is: T2 Oxygen Eye Cream O2.5, 5ml T2 Oxygen Eye Cream O3.0, and 15ml T2 Oxygen Eye cream O3.0. O2M is their Eye Mask line which includes masks for : All Night Repair, One Course Treatment Set for All Night Repair, The Regenerate Set, The Hydrating Set, The Extreme Moisturizing Set, The Restoration Set, The Luxe and Anti-Aging Set, and a  Gift set. They also have eye masks in their O2M line exclusively for dark circles including: Oxygen Eye Mask for Dark Circles, and One Course Treatment for Dark Circles.

To learn more about VIIcode check out their website here, facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and twitter.

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VIIcode Oxygen Eye Mask

Intial Thoughts of VIIcode Oxygen Eye Mask

My first thoughts on the product was how much I love their very professional silver packaging. I like the creativity of the picture tearing away wrinkles in the box photograph. I immediately liked how the gel of the eye masks felt on my skin. The cooling sensation is so relaxing to me that it helps me fall asleep!


Their packaging box came with individual slits for the aluminum packets. I love the shiny silver packaging for the eyemasks! Inside the pouch is a plastic holder for the eye masks. Attached to the back of each mask is a piece of plastic to help keep the gel fresh.


This VIIcode Oxygen Eye Mask is made out of a Gel-like material. It goes on your eyes cool and smells slightly like pine-cones and peppermint which I enjoyed. The eye pads are made in Germany and the Gel Efficacy is made in USA.


Glycerin: Also called glycerol or glycerine, glycerin is present in all natural lipids (fats), whether animal or vegetable. It can be derived from natural substances by hydrolysis of fats and by fermentation of sugars; it also can be synthetically manufactured. Glycerin is a skin-replenishing and restoring ingredient, meaning it is a substance found naturally in skin. In that respect it is one of the many substances in skin that helps maintain a healthy look and feel, defending against dryness. When combined with other ingredients it can be excellent for helping replenish skin.

Carbomer: Group of synthetic texture enhancers used primarily to create gel-like formulations.

Cellulose: Primary fiber component of plants. Used in cosmetics as a thickening agent and to bind other ingredients together.

Tetrasodium EDTA: Chelating agent used to prevent minerals present in formulations from bonding to other ingredients

Allantoin: By-product of uric acid extracted from urea and considered an effective skin-soothing and skin-conditioning agent. Allantoin occurs naturally in the body. It can be extracted from plants (comfrey, chamomile) or made synthetically—the most common method for inclusion in cosmetics where it’s used in concentrations upwards of 2%.

Aloe Barbadensis:  Aloe vera (also listed by its Latin name of aloe barbadenis) is a commonly used plant extract that has soothing properties, antioxidant qualities, and serves as a hydrating agent for skin due to its polysaccharide and sterol content.

Lavandula Angustifolia: Widely used plant that’s a member of the mint family. May be listed by its Latin names Lavandula angustifolia or Lavandula officinalis. Primarily a fragrance ingredient, it may have beneficial properties for skin but is also a potential sensitizer due to its fragrance components.

Methlparaben:  Categorized in the group of preservatives.

Propylparaben: Categorized in the group of preservatives.

SmartQ10 Aqua: ingredient special to this product.

Algin: In cosmetics, algae act as thickening agents, water-binding agents, antioxidants, and possible skin sensitizers. Some forms of algae contain proteins, vitamin A, sugar, starch, vitamin B1, iron, sodium, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, and calcium. Most of these are beneficial for skin, as emollients, soothing agents, or antioxidants. Some can even be helpful for improving the appearance of aging skin.

Cellulose Gum: Any of various fibrous substances derived from plants. Cellulose gum is a natural ingredient that is most often used as a thickener but also used as a film-forming agent.

Citric Acid: Extract derived from citrus fruits and used primarily in small amounts to adjust the pH of products to prevent them from being too alkaline. Also, Citric Acid can help exfoliate skin.

Sodium PCA: Natural component of skin, PCA (pyrrolidone carboxylic acid) is also a very good hydrating agent and skin-replenishing ingredient.

Butylene Glycol:  Commonly-used ingredient that has multiple functions in cosmetics, including as a texture enhancer.

y-PGA: ingridient special to this product. Information not found online. Will update when found.

Sodium Hyaluronate: Salt form of skin-replenishing ingredient hyaluronic acid.

Vitamin E:  Vitamin E occurs naturally in human skin, but can become depleted due to constant environmental exposure in the absence of sun protection.

Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate: Stable, water-soluble form of vitamin C that functions as an antioxidant and is potentially effective for brightening an uneven skin tone and can influence factors linked to breakouts.

Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Maganese Chloride: ingridient special to this product. Information not found online. Will update when found.

How to Apply

The following steps demonstrate how to apply the mask. The eye mask applies twice or three times a week and three boxes a course of treatment.

Step One

Open bag along the perforated cut and remove the eye mask from the aluminum bag.

Step Two

Peel off the plastic back and gently press the mask around your eye in order to help the nutrients to absorb into the skin.

Step Three

Keep mask on for no more than 8 hours, preferably overnight, to get full brightening and hydrating effects.

Step Four

Remove the Oxygen Eye Mask from your skin and dispose of the used mask.

Conclusion of VIIcode Oxygen Eye Mask

The eye masks go on very easily and stick to your skin very well at first. However, for me, they came off while I was sleeping sometime during the 8 hour period. Another small issue I had with the eye masks was that the cotton back irritated by eyes making them slightly itchy. Most noteworthy, I still really loved how they made my under eyes look the next day! Compared to other eye masks, this one is on the top of my list for getting rid of wrinkles and moisturizing. They have worked better than other masks because of the gel that they use and although they are expensive, they have a $2 sample that you can purchase on their site before you purchase a kit.

How to Purchase

VIIcode Oxygen Eye Mask sell for $55 and they offer free shipping and 100% satisfy guarantee. You can purchase it from the following link here or grab a sample for $2 here . Also, if you are not happy with your results than you can either get an exchange or refund.

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