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Dark circles aren’t always easy to get rid of — especially when you’re on a budget. From high-end treatments to costly formulas, buying a best-selling and popular eye cream can usually put a huge dent in your wallet.
One option on Amazon, however, has high ratings and glowing reviews — and costs just under $13.
Shop: Cetaphil Hydrating Gel Eye Cream, $12.22 (Orig. $14.99)
Packed with hyaluronic acid, this product helps hydrate the delicate area around your eye for a more refreshed appearance. It’s made with nourishing ingredients like licorice extract and a vitamin complex. If you have sensitive skin, this eye gel-cream is gentle, hypoallergenic and dermatologist-tested.
With over 5,500 ratings and 4.4 out of 5 stars, many reviewers rave about the product’s effectiveness. One five-star reviewer wrote, “I saw results within hours … The gel [has a] light-weight feeling, [is] smooth, doesn’t sting/burn and has no scent. [I’m a] new lifetime consumer of this product!”
“I bought this product because I use Cetaphil’s other products and have been very pleased with the results,” another shopper explained. “When I can’t sleep my required seven hours, this product gets rid of the circles and ‘bags’ under the eyes without adding artificial color.”
While the formula is perfect for those with sensitive skin, it can still be helpful to do a patch test before applying it to the delicate under eye skin on your face.
Regardless, if you’re looking for a top-rated, affordable and effective eye cream, this one could be worth adding to your skincare regimen.
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