The “Puff Off Eye Gel” comes in a plastic pastel salmon tube with pink inscriptions on it. The product also has a light blue iron design. The cap is a silver colored pull-off cap and the applicator tip is designed to look like the bottom of an iron. Read More
The “Puff Off Eye Gel” comes in a plastic pastel salmon tube with pink inscriptions on it. The product also has a light blue iron design. The cap is a silver colored pull-off cap and the applicator tip is designed to look like the bottom of an iron. The packaging is very creative: the “ironing” tip dispenses the product and also helps in applying it around the eye.
The gel has a liquid-creamy texture.
The product has a strong floral smell that doesn’t linger after application.
Squeeze the tube gently to dispense the gel through the applicator tip. Using the “ironing” applicator tip, massage the product gently around the eyes.
We tested Benefit Cosmetic’s “Puff Off Eye Gel” every day for a month. On days where we wore make-up, we applied the product under our foundation. After application with the metal “ironing tip” we felt a cooling sensation that was very relaxing. A few moments after, we noticed that the undereye circles and bags were less visible. The effect was almost immediate.
The gel itself is very lightweight on the skin and dries very quickly. So, there is no stickiness left by the product. We also noticed that the product works very well as a make-up primer. On days where we used it under our make-up, the “Puff Off Eye Gel” made the skin around the eyes look brighter. The gel itself has a beige-ish tint to it, however, it is transparent when applied on the skin which makes it suitable for make-up application. The “Puff Off Eye Gel” by Benefit Cosmetics did not irritate the eyes or the skin. After a month of testing, we found that it caused no redness and was suitable for sensitive skin. However, the effects of the product are not long lasting. Instead, it is a quick one-day solution instead of an eye cream treatment.
The “Puff Off Eye Gel” by Benefit Cosmetics retails at an average price of $29/10mL which is pricier than other products such as Clinique’s “Pep-Start Eye Cream” which sells at an average of $26.5/15mL. However, it remains cheaper than other similar products in a different range like Dior’s “Life Sorbet Gel” which retails at $55/14.7 on average.