Top Eye Creams

Whether you suffer from haggard, dark circles, puffiness or fine lines around your eyes, several over-the-counter eye moisturizing creams can help. Over time, they may improve your skin’s condition for a brighter and healthier complexion around your eyes. For the best results, choose an eye cream selected by beauty experts and critics as some of the best in their category.

Aveda Tourmaline Charged Eye Creme

Paula Begoun, beauty expert and author of “Don’t Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me,” named Aveda’s eye creme as one of the best eye moisturizers available at department stores. In her review, she calls it a “brilliantly formulated” product thanks to cell health-boosting ingredients, moisturizing glycerin, wrinkle-smoothing silicone and antioxidants.

Kinerase Intensive Eye Cream

The editors of InStyle magazine say Kinerase’s eye cream is the best eye treatment if you’re suffering from unsightly dark circles or wrinkles around your eyes. The reviewers loved its high kinetin content, a plant growth hormone that may help to plump up and improve the skin. The magazine also noted that it was gentle enough for sensitive skin.

Olay Regenerist Eye Regenerating Cream + Touch of Concealer

Olay’s Regenerist Eye Regenerating Cream, formulated with makeup pigments, is the best eye product for oil, combination or normal skin, according to Begoun.Begoun liked how it smoothed on flawlessly and is boosted with skin health conditioners such as peptides and niacinamide to help moisturize and get rid of wrinkles. Its makeup pigments instantly brighten the eye area.

Prescriptives Vibrant-C Skin Brightening Eye Cream

If you have puffy, swollen eyes, Prescriptives’ brightening eye cream is the best for you, according to plastic surgeon James Benjamin for InStyle magazine. Benjamin says it instantly reduces puffiness and inflammation as soon as you apply it, and notes that it’s very easy to smooth into your face’s sensitive skin.

About this Author

Josh Duvauchelle is an editor and journalist with more than 10 years’ experience. His work has appeared in various magazines, including “Honolulu Magazine,” which has more paid subscribers than any other magazine in Hawaii. He graduated with honors from Trinity Western University, holding a Bachelor of Arts in professional communications, and earned a certificate in applied leadership and public affairs from the Laurentian Leadership Centre.