Anti-puff Eye Care

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Un­like those that tackle wrin­kles or dark cir­cles, this is the only cat­e­gory of prod­ucts that de­liv­ers near-im­me­di­ate im­prove­ment to tired-look­ing, puffy eyes. They are light­weight and non-greasy. Some have a cool­ing tip to soothe, oth­ers con­tain caf­feine to de-puff. These have cool­ing tips to soothe the eye area:

3 Bright­en­ing pig­ments in Clar­ins Multi-ac­tive Eye ($88) re­duce the heavy look of eye bags. The cream-gel also helps to “fill in” fine lines. 4 Clin­ique All About Eyes Serum Depuff­ing Eye Mas­sage ($60) is oil-free and can be used un­der or over makeup for a pick-me-up after staring at the screen all day. 5 The light-scat­ter­ing ef­fect of Shi­seido Es­sen­tial En­ergy Eye De­finer ($68) bright­ens shad­owed, puffy eyes. You can also ap­ply it on top of makeup. 6 Ken­zoki Belle de Jour Sa­cred Lo­tus Eye Con­tour ($99) is light yet creamy, with a re­lax­ing, pow­dery lo­tus scent.

These have rose to de-puff, and a ce­ramic tip to give you a re­lax­ing eye mas­sage:

2 Dior Pres­tige Il­lu­mi­nat­ing Mi­cronu­tri­tive Eye Serum ($265) has an applicator that is an over­achiever, stud­ded with 10 ro­tat­ing ce­ramic mi­crobeads. 7 Chante­caille Rose de Mai Eye Lift ($166) is a luxe gel-cream said to con­tain a bil­lion mi­cro oil droplets dis­persed in May rose wa­ter. It acts like an in­vis­i­ble film to de-puff and firm. The large tip is com­fort­able over the eyes too.

To calm and tone:

1 111Skin Sub-zero De-puff­ing Eye Mask ($130 for eight pairs) is a hy­dro­gel mask with a chilly, tin­gling feel that wakes you up as it de­flates puffi­ness. 8 Fresh Lo­tus Eye Gel ($94) has lo­tus flower to calm and tone, while or­ange and ginkgo leaf boost mi­cro­cir­cu­la­tion.

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