• Victoria Beckham shared that her “favorite” eye mask is the 111Skin Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask.
  • The 49-year-old says she loves wearing the eye patches “to revitalize tired eyes after a long day.”
  • Also loved by reviewers who rave that they truly hydrate and smooth the under-eye area, the top-rated eye masks are available to shop from 111Skin as well as Dermstore and Violet Grey.

    From her previous days as Posh Spice to her current status as a world-famous fashion designer, Victoria Beckham has always been a beauty and style icon. Luckily for us, the British star is often willing to spill the secrets behind her youthful-looking, glowing skin—from her favorite favorite body oil to the hydrating face mist she loves. Now, she’s sharing her go-to eye masks that we can’t wait to get our hands on: the 111Skin Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask.

    111Skin Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask

    Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask

    111Skin Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask

    $115 at Dermstore$115 at Violet Grey$115 at 111Skin
    Credit: 111Skin

    Beckham first touted the product in a 2021 interview with Glamour, where she revealed all the details of her daily skincare routine. “My nighttime routine is all about winding down and having some time to myself. I love to have a glass of wine in the bath any chance I get and read a good book,” she shared. Some of her faves from this interview recently resurfaced in a British Vogue article, reminding us of Beckham’s stellar taste in beauty products. “If I have the extra time, I love to wear eye masks to revitalize tired eyes after a long day. The 111SKIN Black Diamond eye patches are my favorite.”

    We can see why the former pop star is a fan, too. The eye mask is packed with ultra-soothing ingredients like hyaluronic acid, which delivers intense hydration, and retinol, which rejuvenates skin and helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Plus, a powerful peptide complex and hexapeptide in the formula also work to tighten and smooth skin in the under-eye area, while vitamins help to even skin tone. The result? Refreshed under-eyes that appear plumper, brighter, and more hydrated—with minimal fine lines and wrinkles, of course.

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    Tons of reviewers rave that they can actually see a difference after using the patches, swearing they reveal the “best results” they’ve ever had with an eye mask. “This eye mask is fantastic. At 47 years old I often get dry skin and fine wrinkles under my eyes and puffiness sometimes, too,” writes one shopper. “This eye mask smooths the skin and calms the puffiness down, and I look and feel much more awake and, I swear, younger!”

    “I can’t be without these now. Definitely my go-to product when my eyes need to look their best,” says another reviewer. “These miraculous patches transform tired, puffy, or aging eyes so quickly—a joy to use and so easy and portable too, making them perfect for travel.”

    The eye masks are available to shop now on the 111Skin website, either as a single mask for only $17 or in a pack of 8 masks for $115. The 8-pack is also sold at Dermstore and Violet Grey. So go ahead and add these to your cart for your next pampering night—and take a note out of Beckham’s book and pair them with a glass of wine in the bath!

    While you’re at it, don’t forget to check out more of Beckham’s favorite skincare products below:

    Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum
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    Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturizer in Golden
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    Hannah Jeon is an Associate Commerce Editor at Prevention, where she covers expert-driven commerce content for all things health, beauty, and wellness. Previously the Editorial Assistant at Good Housekeeping, she earned her bachelor’s degree in creative writing and psychology from Johns Hopkins University. When she’s not on the hunt for all the best products online, you can often find her trying out new food spots in New York City or clicking away behind a camera.