If you’re looking to perk up your puffy, tired under-eye area, it's time to consider a serum
instead of a traditional cream. Serums contain extra potent, powerful ingredients that go to work on the issue at hand: dark circles
, droopy lids, and fine lines. Read on for eight eye serums to wake up worn-out eyes. (Photo via Getty)
Volition Beauty Helix AM/PM Eye Gel ($52):
This lightweight gel glides onto your skin and blurs out wrinkles in the process. The collagen, elastic, and glycolic acid-enriched formula makes you forget looking fatigued was ever a problem. You can use this gel before applying eye makeup too — it works wonderfully as a primer.
MDNA Skin The Eye Serum ($180):
You’ll be hailing hyaluronic acid after using this mega-moisturizing serum. This formula brings a powerful dose of hydration too, so you’ll notice a brighter, tighter, and more filled-out look.
Burki Intense Recovery Rose Hip Eye Serum ($125):
This powerful serum is filled with rose hip antioxidants, brightening vitamin C, and retinol that will energize targeted spots. A little goes a long way, which makes the price totally worth it.
Fresh Crème Ancienne Supreme Eye Serum ($165):
If you’re after a smooth, even, illuminated finish, this luxe treatment (which is handmade in a monastery in the Czech Republic!) is for you. Packed with a silk tree bark blend to reduce fine lines and red ginger root extract to soothe sensitive, thin skin around the eyes, this serum is ready to do serious work.
Biossance Squalane + Peptide Eye Gel ($54):
This cooling gel-serum includes peptides and Swiss apple stem cell extract to brighten dull skin. The formula helps increase circulation in the eye area, so you’re less prone to dark circles and puffiness in the long run.
Bioeffect EGF Eye Serum ($90):
Roll this serum onto your orbital bone to break up under-eye discoloration and get wrinkles in check. Its formula is gentle enough to not aggravate delicate skin, but powerful enough to show considerable results.
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