Extra Baggage: 4 Products to Help With Under-Eye BagsMay 26, 2016
Changes in the weather, a lack of sleep, fluctuating hormones, and even eating foods with a little too much salt—these are all common causes of under-eye bags. Under-eye bags occur when the skin under our eyes retains water, which can in turn, make them appear swollen or puffy. Looking for a product that targets puffiness and bags under your eyes? Look no further! We share our top four picks to help reduce the appearance of puffy eyes, below.
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Eye Balm
Looking for a lightweight option? Vichy Aqualia Thermal Eye Balm may be just what you need. This refreshing eye balm—with pure caffeine—helps to improve the appearance of under-eye puffiness and dark circles. The balm formula helps to deliver a hydrated, refreshed feeling. For best results, apply the balm both day and night to the eye contour area.
Garnier Miracle Anti-Fatigue Eye Gel-Cream
Before you hit the hay, reach for Garnier’s Miracle Anti-Fatigue Eye Gel-Cream. This refreshing eye gel cream—with hyaluronic acid and caffeine—can help reduce the appearance of fatigue, like dark circles and, you guessed it, puffiness.
SkinCeuticals AOX+ Eye Gel
This unique serum-in-a-gel eye treatment from SkinCeuticals can work to reduce the appearance of puffy, fatigued eyes while protecting the skin from environmental damage. The formula helps to restore a fresh, vibrant appearance to tired, puffy eyes. For best result, apply it to the eye contour area every morning, being careful not to apply it too close to the actual eye.
The Body Shop Drops of Youth Eye Concentrate Eye Cream
From the brand’s Drops of Youth line, the Eye Concentrate Eye Cream can refresh the appearance of skin and is fun to apply with its roll-on applicator. Made with The Body Shop’s plant stem cell technology, this eye cream has a serum-like texture and can improve the under eye area’s microcirculation for a fresher, more youthful eye contour.