3 best and 4 worst Eye Creams

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Eye creams are invaluable if you want to delay skin aging or diminish problematic aging signs in the eye area. However, not all eye creams are created equal; there are many effective anti-aging eye creams out there that don’t really work. What is more alarming is that some products can cause adverse reactions and even worsen the problem. Here are the best and worst eye creams on the market.

Worst Eye Cream: Physicians Formula Hydrating Eye Cream

If you think there is no harm in trying something that is very, very affordable then this will totally change your perspective. It boasts using the power of provitamin B5 to fight skin aging and rejuvenate the skin. Some reviewers say it causes a stinging sensation that it unbearable to some people. There are also others who have developed red bumps and an increase in skin dryness. Most reviews say it doesn’t really offer any benefits. The less than $5 price tag may be appealing at first but make sure to read the reviews from customers before trying this one.

Best Eye Cream: Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair

Teamine Eye Complex is a specially formulated age-defying Eye Cream formula that is made to specifically tackle multiple signs of visible skin aging appearing around the eye area. Teamine Eye Complex ingredients includes Tetrahexyldecyl Sscorbate , Vitis Vinifera etc. which reduces dark circle and puffy skin.

Worst Eye Cream: Juice Beauty Nutrient Eye Cream

This is one of the worst purchases you could ever make. It promises everything from smoothing fine lines with the power of peptides to defying aging using key ingredients such as coenzyme Q10 and DMAE. However, most feedback on the product is negative saying it is not special in any way and the formula doesn’t really deliver any benefits. Some people even experienced skin irritation from the formula so it may contain harmful additives.

Beauty Nutrient Eye Cream

Beauty Nutrient Eye Cream

Best Eye Cream: Solvaderm Eyevage

If you want a professional strength anti-aging eye rejuvenation treatment, Eyevage is a product that should be on top of your list. It is from an up-and-coming skincare company that is quickly becoming known for powerful anti-aging products. The eye cream is perfect for mature or problem skin, coming in a quick-absorbing formula that targets all skin aging signs in the delicate eye area. It also uses the power of antioxidants to slow down the development of skin aging signs significantly.

Worst Eye Cream: Jurlique Recovery Eye Cream

It claims to use flower extracts to soothe tired eyes but most people who have tried it say it isn’t really effective. There are also bad reviews due to the nasty smell of the eye cream.

Best Eye Cream: Fresh Black Tea Age-Delay Eye Cream

It contains natural extracts including noni fruit juice, black tea and blackberry leaf extract to improve the appearance of aging skin. It boosts skin elasticity while offering thorough hydration in order to slow down the skin aging process and delay the appearance of aging signs. There are several websites offering this affordable anti-aging formulation. It is surely worth a try if you need something to diminish fine lines or prevent aging signs from appearing.

Worst Eye Cream: Revision D.E.J. Eye Cream

This eye cream is not very effective according to many people who have tried it. The bigger problem is the risk of causing skin irritation and other adverse reactions which many users experienced. This is unacceptable considering the price of the product at about $70.

Melissa Snyte

Contributor: Melissa Snyte (The Beauty Insiders)

This Article Has Been Published on May 9, 2016 and Last Modified on January 9, 2019

Melissa Snyte has been a part of TheBeautyInsiders for over 6 years. Makeup is not just a hobby for her but it’s a lifestyle. She found her love with the beauty industry and began contributing her ideas in this field. In her free time she enjoys painting and gardening. Follow her on Twitter







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