Autumn and, for some reason, a rash of new eye creams, serums and treatment have launched. Not that we’re complaining; in fact, shorter days and, for many of us, a return to work and school meaning earlier morning wakeup times, likely mean we’ll need some major undereye help. Here, our top new eye product picks for fall. —Vita Daily
goopgenes all-in-one nourishing eye cream. Gwyneth does it again! This clinically tested eye cream ($75 at Sephora), full of plant-based ceramideas and delicious-sounding schisandra fruit, smooths the look of crow‘s feet, visibly brightens,and improves skin hydration for up to 72 hours for a fresh, well-rested look.
l’occitane aqua réotier refreshing eye gel. Enriched with Réotier water (sourced from a spring in Provence and packed with calcium), hyaluronic acid and caffeine, this refreshing eye gel ($34) helps to fight dehydration lines, activate microcirculation (thanks to the massaging action of the roll-on applicator) and reduce the appearance of dark circles and bags under the eyes. Immediately, the eye area looks fresh and more awake.
rodan + fields active hydration bright eye complex. Wake up your look with rodan + fields. Brighten + hydrate the skin around your eyes with this illuminating gel cream ($72) to reduce visible dark circles and under-eye puffiness over time.
riversol eye repair treatment. This blend of antioxidants and peptides helps to reduce the appearance of dark circles and puffiness, and the hydrating formulation supports collagen formation to nourish and brighten eye-area skin ($59).
swiss line magic eye mask. Here’s a modern, highly versatile urban magician that instantly transforms your eye-contour appearance. This multi-tasking, blue-off-white cream eye mask ($179 at Touch of Joy) contains five per cent niacinamide and offers immediate magical effects. Ideally suited for active souls always on the go, frequent travellers and irregular sleepers, it targets wrinkles, puffiness and dark circles.