TEN OF THE BEST

Take the guess­work out of your next eye cream pur­chase with our se­lec­tion of the most e ec­tive on the mar­ket

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - TRENDS -

10 Suit­able for all skin types, EUCERIN ANTI-AGE VOL­UME-FILLER EYE CREAM R300 tar­gets ar­eas around the eyes that have lost their vol­ume, with ac­tive in­gre­di­ents mag­nolol, oligopep­tides and hyaluronic acid. 9 CLIN­IQUE SMART CUS­TOM-RE­PAIR EYE TREAT­MENT R635 is packed with plant ex­tracts in­clud­ing mul­berry root, which light­ens age spots and bal­ances un­even skin tone.

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SENSAI EX­TRA IN­TEN­SIVE EYE CREAM R2 660 is a gen­tle yet con­cen­trated cream for­mu­lated to im­prove skin elas­tic­ity, mois­ture and translu­cency. Its light­weight tex­ture makes it eas­ily ab­sorbed by the skin. 7 CLAR­INS SU­PER RESTORA­TIVE TO­TAL EYE CONCENTRATÈ R895 re­duces wrin­kles, crow’s feet, dark cir­cles and puffi­ness. Use it un­der make-up to give the skin a lu­mi­nous glow. 6 BIONIKE DE­FENCE XAGE EYE LIFT EYE CON­TOUR SERUM R195 con­tains a Re­ju­ve­nate SGF™ com­plex com­bined with plank­ton ex­tract that works as a pow­er­ful an­ti­age­ing agent.

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ESTÉE LAUDER NEW DI­MEN­SION FIRM AND FILL EYE SYS­TEM R1 165 is a two-step eye treat­ment that firms and fills the skin sur­round­ing your eyes.

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DIOR ONE ES­SEN­TIAL EYE SERUM R1 120 is en­riched with red hi­bis­cus ex­tract, which elim­i­nates tox­ins found deep in the skin. It re­duces signs of fatigue, leav­ing the con­tour of the eye lu­mi­nous and re­freshed. 3 L’ORÉAL Re­vi­talift Magic Blur R200 is for­mu­lated with blur­ring poly­mers that cover up the ap­pear­ance of pores, dark cir­cles and wrin­kles. 4 Av­o­cado oil is one of the main in­gre­di­ents in KIEHL’S CREAMY EYE TREAT­MENT R440; it boosts hy­dra­tion, and re­duces pig­men­ta­tion and puffi­ness.

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LANCÔME AD­VANCED GÉNIFIQUE YEUX LIGHTPEARL EYE ILLUMINATOR YOUTH AC­TI­VAT­ING CON­CEN­TRATE R955 ef­fec­tively com­bats the signs of age­ing and comes with a flex­i­ble mas­sage ap­pli­ca­tor to reach the en­tire eye area.

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