GOING BATTY: Wish Formula The Bat Eye Mask Review

wish formula bat eye mask review kbeauty
Hey babes!

I’ve got another product kindly sent from Jolse for review today – the Wish Formula Bat Eye Mask. The key ingredients are centella and honey, along with some ferments too. It claims to brighten and hydrate the undereye area for a more even skintone. I don’t have much darkness in my undereye area (at least I thought I didn’t) but I was definitely pleasantly surprised by this product! 

Each mask comes individually wrapped with 8ml of essence. The mask was definitely well-soaked in it, and there was heaps of excess in the packet which I tapped all over my face. One of the first things I noticed was a faint vinegar smell from the mask when I opened it. It wasn’t overwhelmingly unpleasant, but it was definitely there. Luckily it wasn’t a lingering scent!

I was curious to see how this mask would work for me because I do not at all think I have dark circles/any kind of darkness on my undereye area. I found that the flap that goes between the brows tended to droop away from my face, but otherwise it stuck to the rest of my face quite well. 

When I removed the mask after 30 minutes, I was SO surprised to see that my undereye area actually looked brighter and more even! Like I said before – I don’t consider myself to have any issues in my undereye area so I was surprised to see such a noticeable difference! I liked the result so much that I genuinely think this formula should be made into a full face mask, perhaps without the vinegary smell…

Let’s take a look at ingredients:

Water, Diproplyene Glycol, Glycerin, Blackstrap (Blackstrap Molasses) Powder, Butylglycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Arctium Lappa (Greater Burdock) Root Extract, Citrus Lemon Fruit Extract, Humulus Lupulus (Hops) Extract, Hypericum Perforatum (St John’s Wort) Extract, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Leaf Extract, Calendula Officinalis (Marigold) Flower Extract, Saponaria Officinalis (Carnation) Leaf/Root Extract, Saccharomyces/Honey Ferment Filtrate, Centella Asiatica (Gotu Kola) Extract, Acetyl Hexapeptide-8, Beta-Glucan, Lactobacillus/Olive Leaf Ferment Extract, Saccharomyces/Peppermint Leaf Ferment Filtrate, Lactobacillus/Clover Water Ferment Extract, Panthenol, Ascorbic Acid, Allantoin, Adenosine, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Chlorphenesin

A lot of online retailers seem to hype up the vitamin c in this mask, but it’s quite far down the bottom of the list, meaning it probably isn’t present in an amount to have a significant effect. This is the list straight off the back of the packaging – I found a lot of discrepancies in the lists online, but I’ll follow this one as it’s literally on the back of the packaging.  

I’m definitely super tempted to buy more, however it’s definitely better value to buy a pack of 10 for around US $20, as the masks are individually priced at US $3-4, depending on where you look. 

This gets a 4.5/5 from me – the .5 knocked off is a combination of the vinegar smell and the relatively high price for something that really only masks a small portion of the face.

Have you tried any really great undereye masks lately? Let me know! Lexie xx

rating scale
1 – Terrible: Negative effects on skin.
2 – Mediocre: No change in skin/claims not met.
3 – Average: Performs as expected.
4 – Good: Would repurchase unless I try something better.
5 – Amazing: Meets trifecta of perfect packaging, formula, & cost.

where to buy Wish Formula online
 Jolsebeautibi | GlowRecipe | MemeBox | RoseRoseShop

where to buy Wish Formula in-store
I have not seen Wish Formula in NZ.

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