The viral TikTok eye masks are finally back in stock — and they're the only thing that can brighten my dark circles

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Are you looking to upgrade your skin routine for spring 2022? Gather around, let me tell you a story about a simple product that changed my life. Her name is the Dieux Forever Eye Mask.

If you're anything like me (eye baggage included), then you've probably seen the little green pads all over TikTok. Like, seriously — they're all over TikTok. The reusable eye masks from Dieux (aka #SkinTok star Charlotte Palermino's skin care brand) are a sustainable and cost-effective replacement to the very, very wasteful single-use eye masks that we all know and love so dearly.

The reusable eye masks are so popular that they've been sold out for what truly feels like forever — but now they're finally back in stock. So, what are you waiting for??

Dieux Forever Eye Mask, $25

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Made of medical-grade silicone, it works a lot like a standard sheet mask by locking in all of your favorite go-to products for an extra dose of magic. Feeling like you need something with caffeine after staying up too late to finish Succession? What about something extra-hydrating like hyaluronic acid because your radiator was blasting all night long? The world (of skin care) is your oyster.

Meanwhile, the Forever Eye Masks have won TikTok's heart. "I LOVE my Forever Eye Masks because of how easily I can incorporate them into my everyday routine," wrote one reviewer. "I find myself looking forward to my morning routine and taking even better care of my skin because I'm excited to use these awesome little wonders! They remain sticky and resilient after many uses and I've already seen improvements in my under-eye skin."

Now, take a brief moment to watch Forever Eye Mask stan Jonathan Van Ness demonstrate how they use the masks:

Just like JVN, all you need to do is plop your favorite eye product on your orbital bone like usual. Wait 20 or so seconds for it to get a little tacky (this prevents any slippage!). Plop those babies on, tap it down, and...chill. Sure, the texture felt weird at first — but after just a couple of uses, the tiny little silicone patches were perfectly molded to my face structure.

Watch Dieux co-founder Charlotte Palermino demonstrate how to use 'em below!

While it's not an overnight fix to any eye issues, the Forever Eye Mask has definitely made my face look more alive. Taking the recommended 10-20 minutes every morning and night to plop on the masks and just *ahh* take care of myself, is more than worth the price of admission. And that's all anyone can really ask for, right?

As someone with oily and acne-prone skin, here are the skincare products I frequently use under my Forever Eye Mask:

The INKEY List Caffeine Eye Cream, $9.99

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Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Gel Mask, $55

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La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra Soothing Eye Cream for Very Sensitive Eyes, $24.99

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Kiehl's Mini Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado, $34

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Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask, $49

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Dieux Deliverance Serum, $69

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