(W)Eyes Investment: Luxury Eye Creams To Check Out
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(W)Eyes Investment: Luxury Eye Creams To Check Out

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It’s the forgotten step in many-a skincare regime. Cleanse, tone, moisturise, EYES. The delicate skin around the eyes demands special attention. Something light enough not to clog pores or weigh down this delicate area, but with effective ingredients to smooth and hydrate this key zone where fine lines and wrinkles often appear first. Whether you’re looking for the best eye creams for sensitive skin, an anti-ageing hero or an option to tackle dark circles or puffiness, we’ve rounded up the finest luxury eye creams on the market right now…

Best Luxury Eye Creams For Every Skin Type

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Iräye Eye Revive cream, £82, irayeskincare.com

Iräye is a brand that looks to support the skin’s lymphatic system, to boost radiance and slow the signs of ageing. Try the Eye Revive cream with the brand’s own Lymphactive Complex, which works to enhance micro-circulation in the eye area, reduce water retention and deeply repair lymph vessels to reverse the visible appearance of eye bags. Its glass bottles are refillable and recyclable, too. 

White bottle of eye cream

Goldfaden MD

Bright Eyes Dark Circle Radiance Concentrate, £48, johnbellcroyden.co.uk

Boasting a ‘powerhouse formula’ of soy peptides, rice bran extract, organic red tea and jojoba oil, this treatment from Dr. Goldfaden helps to reduce dark circles, puffiness and fine lines.

Omorovicza Blue Diamond Eye Cream


Blue Diamond Eye Cream, £220, omorovicza.co.uk

This super-luxe formula contains diamond peptides, arabinogalactans and a compound of essential amino-acids and copper, which work to prolong the healthy life of skin cells. It is also enriched with mimosa bark extract to tackle loss of elasticity and firmness in this delicate eye area.

Fresh Black Tea Age-Delay Eye Cream


Black Tea Age-Delay Eye Cream, £58, fresh.com

If a strong cup of tea in the morning appeals: this is your eye cream equivalent. Formulated to reduce the look of dark circles, puffiness and fine lines while increasing luminosity, it’s a hydration hero that will transform your eye area.

Susanne Kaufmann Eye Rescue Stick

Susanne Kaufmann

Eye Rescue Stick, £85, susannekaufmann.com

If you’re more of a coffee person in the morning, check out Susanne Kaufmann’s Eye Rescue Stick, which is one of the best eye creams for tackling puffiness. The green coffee extract reduces swelling around the eyes and jasmine and hawthorn extracts have antioxidative and anti-inflammatory effects to minimise dark circles.

BLACK Eye Cream


The Eye Cream, £133.82, arbucosmetics.com

A real game changer, this BLACK Eye Cream offers an intensive but delicate care that utilises green tea, caffeine, pomegranate, caviar extract, and a probiotic complex to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, puffiness and dark circles. With tightening and lifting benefits, add this eye cream into your daily regime to notice the difference.

Fenty Skin Flash Nap Instant Revival Eye Gel-Cream

Fenty Beauty

Skin Flash Nap Instant Revival Eye Gel-Cream, £29, boots.com

In a hurry? Double up on eye cream and concealer primer with this unique Fenty gel cream that will brighten, smooth and fight puffiness. If this is Rihanna’s secret to fresh skin, we’re in.

RéVive Sensitif Eye Cream


Sensitif Eye Cream, £150, reviveskincare.com

First step: hydrate, second step: protect. This lightweight formula contains a 100% mineral sunscreen to protect the eye area from sun exposure and free radical damage. It contains caffeine and prebiotics to brighten ​the eye area and balance the skin’s microbiome.


Elements Extremely Nourishing Eye Cream


Extremely Nourishing Eye Cream, £52.28, arbucosmetics.com

Perfect for the UK weather, this Elements Extremely Nourishing Eye Cream has been developed to enhance the sensitive eye area’s natural defences to cold and wet weather. It nourishes, while calming and reinvigorating the skin, with extracts of Arctic oat, Calendula, Ginseng and Eyebright to protect, nourish and support the skin cells.

Photo by Hadis Safari