Lifestyle Beauty Selena Gomez Just Revealed the $4 Eye Mask She Uses to Decrease Puffiness — and It's Available at Sephora Get rid of inflammation and dark circles By Lindsey Greenfeld Lindsey Greenfeld Lindsey is an eCommerce Editor for PEOPLE.com. She's worked in the online shopping landscape for three years and is passionate about entertainment, fashion, beauty, home decor, and cooking. Lindsey has also been published in InStyle, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine, and Real Simple. Prior to joining PEOPLE, Lindsey Greenfeld was an Associate eCommerce Editor at TripSavvy and covered everything related to travel and outdoor gear, from suitcases and camping equipment to slip-on shoes and sunscreen. She has also supported Dotdash's commerce team at large as an Editorial Coordinator. When Lindsey's not researching the latest celebrity sightings and fashion trends, she can be found cooking meals for her family, trying on new skincare products, and scouring the internet for affordable home decor. People Editorial Guidelines Published on September 13, 2021 11:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Photo: Emma McIntyre/Getty; Sephora Months spent social distancing and working from home have caused people to embrace self-care: Meditating, taking walks, and investing in a skincare routine can all help boost your mood. In fact, a recent study showed that more than half of the people surveyed planned to practice more self-care in 2021. Selena Gomez, who has been open about her mental health journey over the years, has also been a longtime fan of doing just that. She recently shared a few self-care tips during Vogue's Beauty Secret series, and said that being "in a good headspace" is an important part of her routine. The Only Murders in the Building actress filmed her nighttime makeup look, which started by lighting candles, rubbing essential oil onto her wrists, and applying these cucumber eye masks to her face to decrease puffiness. The single-use masks are made from clean ingredients including watermelon and cucumber extract. They are also free from ingredients that can be harmful to you and the environment, like oxybenzone, parabens, phthalates, sulfates, formaldehyde, and more. Best of all, the eye patches are vegan and come in recyclable packaging to help cut down on the product's single-use materials. Sephora Buy It! Sephora Cucumber Eye Mask, $3.50; sephora.com Selena says that she likes to start with a clean canvas before applying her makeup, so she applies Tatcha's Dewy Serum while the eye pads set for five minutes. The serum uses hyaluronic acid and squalane to moisturize and plump skin. After both products have set in, the "999" singer is left with a smooth base — perfect for achieving her signature cat eye and dewy glow. This Oprah-Approved Brand's Serum Makes Redness 'Virtually Disappear' Within Hours Naturally, Gomez isn't the only fan of Sephora's cucumber eye masks. Over 100 reviewers gave these masks a perfect rating, saying that they "help with dark circles" and make their skin feel softer. "I love prepping my skin with this before makeup to help keep my creasing under the eyes at bay," one shopper wrote. "I have very dry skin/dermatitis and have to be really careful of what products I use," another added. "After trying this mask, my eye area felt refreshed and it didn't upset my skin. I've actually bought many of these because they work for my picky skin. And, of course, you can't beat the low price!" With Selena's stamp of approval and tons of rave reviews, these $4 soothing eye masks are sure to make a great addition to your self-care routine. Pick a set up at Sephora today.