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The del­i­cate skin around eyes needs par­tic­u­lar care be­cause it is thin­ner than on the rest of the face. Of course, noth­ing pro­duces bright eyes more than sleep, lots of wa­ter and less al­co­hol, and a good SPF, but the lat­est for­mu­la­tions tackle con­cerns such as dark cir­cles, fine lines, puffi­ness and bags. Made with the herb long life from Ok­i­nawa, Baremin­er­als Skin­longevity Vi­tal Power Eye Gel Cream (£23, baremin­er­ helps pro­tect the mois­ture bar­rier, leav­ing the eye area more re­silient. Kather­ine Daniels Multi-task­ing Eye Balm (£32, kather­inedanielscos­met­ con­tains bright­en­ing plant ex­tracts to com­bat dark cir­cles. If puffi­ness is your prob­lem, try In­light Un­der Eye Re­vive (£49, in­light­ with its de­con­gest­ing or­ganic in­gre­di­ents. Ex­tract of ch­est­nut leaves in Kor­res Cas­tanea Ar­ca­dia Anti-wrin­kle & Firm­ing Eye Cream (£36, john­bell­croy­ helps to pre­vent and smooth lines.

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