Patchology Launches Rosé Inspired Sheet Masks And Eye Gels


Patchology is back again, this time with a Rosé inspired line, aptly named ‘serve chilled’.

Just in time for spring, this collection was designed to add an extra step of luxury to your preparations for any and all special occasions.

Patchology’s new rosé-inspired eye gel

You may be wondering, why Rosé? Well, it’s mainly due to the collections pink hue, which is courtesy of the strawberry extract found in the formulas.

The strawberry extract provides the collection with a healthy dose of folic acid and vitamin C. Both of which are excellent antioxidants.

The other key ingredients you’ll find in these products are hyaluronic acid and resveratrol. Follow the links, to learn more about both of these ingredients!

But in case you don’t want to, here’s a quick summary.

Hyaluronic acid is the number one ingredient used in the skincare industry to promote hydration. You can find HA (it’s common abbreviation) in almost every product that is marketed as anti-aging or nourishing.

Patchology’s new rosé-inspired sheet masks.

Resveratrol, like the strawberry extract, is also an antioxidant. In skincare, antioxidants are one of the most important ingredients in treating anti-ageing. The idea behind this stems from its ability to fight free radicals (unstable molecules that cause cell damage).

Anti-oxidants are used to quiet literally reverse time. However, I’m not going to sell you a pipe dream. You’re not going to look 25 if you use these products at the age of 50 (not that you should want to anyway).

The idea of using these products is not to change your face, but to amplify your skins health. It’s the same as eating berries, it’s not gonna hurt so why not!

Buy the Patchology Serve Chilled Collection here.

Photos courtesy of Patchology.


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