Review: Wish Formula Panda Eye Essence Mask

I love using eye masks, when I feel my eyes are tired and I recognise puffiness around my eye area. The cooling sensation directly makes me feel relieved. Since there are a lot of those eye masks, I’m currently trying several different ones. That is how I stumbled upon Wish Formula Panda Eye Essence Mask from Wishtrend.

This eye mask comes in a black sachet with a cute panda bear on it smiling at you :D. The ingredients are written on the front directly, and in English, too. Each sachet contains two eye masks, one for each eye.
Here are the ingredients of the eye mask:
water, ascorbic acid, saccharomyces, Viscum Album (Mistletoe) Ferment extract, butylene glycol, saccharomyces/Imperata cylindrica Root ferment extract, sodium lactate, lactobacillus/soybean ferment extract, black strap powder, arbutin, 1,2-Hexanediol, bacillus ferment, centella asiatica extract, aspergillus/Saccharomyces/Glycyrrhiza uralensis root extract ferment filtrate, PEG-60 hydrogenated castor oil, xanthan gum, arginine, tocopherylacetate, backhousia citriodora leaf oil, adenosine, honey, phenoxyethanol
The ingredients are really nice and no harmful ingredients are contained. Yeast fermented extracts are one of the main ingredients. Also, it contains Vitamin C and vitamin E. You can check the ingredients on COSDNA >>here<<. On the back side of the sachet the instructions are written on Korean only, but the image of how to wear the eye mask are sufficient enough for using the mask.
This eye mask is supposed to hydrate the skin around your eyes and provide nourishment with different extract in order to prevent the skin from aging effects. As soon as you open the package you should use it right away, so that the vitamin C does not oxidise. The color of the essence is yellow. The eye mask sheets are not separated by an additional plastic foil but stick together. The sachet also contains a quite amount of leftover essence. I used the leftover essence by its own the days after using the mask itself.
The eye mask delivers a proper amount of moisture for the skin around the eye area. Also, it gives you a cooling sensation, especially if you keep it in the refrigerator before. After using it my eyes look less tired and puffy. Since the ingredients are really nice and the effects of both vitamin C and yeast fermented extract are known, I’m sure, that these eye masks will show some kind of longterm effect (see my review on OST Vitamin C serum if you are interested >>here<<). I really want to try more of these eye masks. You can get these masks from Wishtrend for 2.99 US$ each or in a box with 10 sachets for 18.99 US$. If you are not yet registered on Wishtrend you can use the promo code 17939205 or my invite link to receive a 5 US$ coupon before making your first purchase.


As you can see I’ve changed my rating system. I’m using a scale of 10 points for the categories design, application, ingredients, hygiene, effect and price. The average points build total rating. Hope you like this way better than it was before :)


23 thoughts on “Review: Wish Formula Panda Eye Essence Mask”

    1. Haha, yes, I was kind of surprised, too when I saw the color, but after I saw the ingredients it made sense to me. I really think that this eye masks are worth a try :) Thanks for commenting, Camille ♥

    1. I agree absolutelly! I masks feel so refreshing, especially on super tired eyes…and it is really conventient to use, sincxe you can put them on and walk around the room and do other things in the mean time :D Thanks for commenting ♥

  1. I love eye masks! I will so have to look into these. The ones I have used is real thin white ones. These look like they are thicker. Thanks for the tip! I also would like to invite you to participate in my Funday Friday Comments Tag on my blog I have started doing this on Fridays to help me get to know my readers/subscribers and fellow bloggers better while everyone will get to know me better as well. My comments are not restricted and you are welcome to share any links back to your blog on there. This tag on my blog does not have an end date, so you are never to late to participate.

    1. Normally I used these thin white ones, too. I was really surprised by the color…and although these are slightly thicker than the thin ones, they don’t slide of your skin. Thanks for commenting Beth!♥

    1. :D I agree! When I’m looking at these pictures know I absolutely see why you are reminded my mango :D It looks really like thin slices of mango, haha :D Thanks again for commenting and reading !♥

  2. I’ve never tried eye masks before. I’ve only ever tried facial ones. But I am quite interested in these. Having Vitamin C is always good for the skin!

  3. i always like to try any eye mask n these make me want to try too… really nice review n thanks for sharing…. n hope dont mind to follow back… thanks… ;)

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