7 Eye Serums (Because Creams Are So Yesterday)
Move over, eye cream—your freewheeling sister, eye serum, is making moves in the market. Both serums and creams work to moisturize and care for the under-eye area. However, eye serums, like serums for your face, are able to deliver high-potency ingredients deep down beyond the layers of skin moisturizer can reach. Thanks to those smaller molecules, eye serums also absorb more easily into the skin without leaving any residue behind—perfect for under makeup. Scroll through for seven eye serums to snag now!
Hylamide SubQ Eyes ($35)
If you’re in the market for a product that targets nearly every problem that you can think of, from crow’s feet to dark circles, look no further than Hylamide’s eye serum. Housed in this little dropper bottle are some powerful ingredients, like a peptide complex to reduce the look of lines around the eyes, and Flavanoid Glucoside Bio-Active to lessen visible darkness under the eyes.
Baszicare Fons Regenerative Eye Serum ($260)
For our maturer ladies or even those looking to prevent visible signs of aging, Baszicare has got you covered. It feeds your skin rejuvenating ingredients like beta glucan to revive the eye area’s connective tissues, for more radiant and visibly younger-looking eyes.
Drunk Elephant Shaba Complex Eye Serum ($85)
Drunk Elephant nails it again in the skincare department with its easy-to-use eye serum. Held in a hard plastic bottle with a syringe-like tip, a push button pumps out a blend of antioxidants and cell reparative ingredients that brighten eyes (without light-deflecting ingredients) and effectively treat the issues, whether it be fine lines, wrinkles, puffiness, or age spots.
Verso Super Eye Serum ($80)
What makes Verso’s firming and smoothing formula stand out is its use of Retinol 8, a stabilized vitamin A complex that is actually eight times more effective than standard retinol (hence the name). Free of dyes, mineral oil, and other harmful ingredients, it is suitable for those with sensitive or irritable skin.
Have you tried eye serums? Which do you prefer: eye serum or eye cream?