Tired of looking tired? Those dark bags and wrinkles under your eyes won’t go away? There are a variety of treatments and creams, and we put these to the test. It’s now 2014, and this year you will look as you feel – young, energetic and alive!

But which eye cream treatment is best to erase those dark circles under your eyes? Check out in-depth reviews for creams and serums, from our beauty experts and testers. With so many products on the market, we at Eye Cream Advisor review the best products on the market to help you make the best choice for your health and your skin.

Latest Eye Cream Reviews:


Elite Serum RX

This eye cream is well-known as being a less-invasive alternative to botox – the ingredient, Argireline, has been found to achieve the same results for reducing wrinkles. Along with peptides to reduce the puffiness of skin and rebuild collagen, it also includes seaweed extract moisturizers and ingredients to slow the process of oxidation, which is what creates dark skin under the eyes.

At $90 it’s not cheap, but it is a much less expensive alternative to Botox and collagen injections…



Revitol Eye Cream

A good mid-level eye cream, it has a mixture of natural extracts and medical peptides that helps reduce puffiness, clears away the oxidized hemoglobin that causes dark circles, and moisturizes the skin.

At $40 a jar, it’s definitely within the budgets of most people…



SkinMedica TNS Eye Creams 3-Pack

This is hyped as the gold standard of eye creams, developed by one of the leading authorities of the dermatology field. With antioxidants and peptides, it supposedly not only firms up your skin, it combats the aging process by stimulating the regrowth of collagen to make wrinkles disappear. Each bottle has a specific use.

However, it’s hefty price tag (around $200 for all three .5 ounce bottles) and the massive prevalence of forgeries offering these creams for a “deal” definitely has me hesitating. I also found an ingredient that is quite shocking to me …



Eyelasticity Eye Therapy

Eyelasticity, by the Tennessee-based company Skinception, promises the elimination of crows feet, dark circles under your eyes and puffiness. As they like to say, “your eyes may be the window to your soul. but you don’t need to tell the world that you’re an old soul.”

Its medium price tag ($60 per bottle, around $37 if you buy in bulk) is slightly high, but affordable for most people. It has patented active ingredients to help erase the wrinkles and dark circles around your eyes, though not all of them have been extensively tested. One ingredient in particular is a synthetic version of snake venom, and is billed as a less expensive alternative to Botox…



More Reviews Coming Soon!

How we test

Using real customer reviews, we look for what works best for your money, and do independent research into the history, ingredients, pros and cons of using each cream.

Some of the formulas include moisturizers and antioxidants like green tea, seaweed and vitamin A – however, these only cover up and reduce the wrinkles and puffiness under your eyes.

The more advanced products include special amino acids and peptides that purportedly regenerate the collagen in your skin to actually erase the signs of aging. But are they worth it? Read our reviews below to find what is right for you.


Melanie at Eyecreamadvisor.comI thank you for visiting this site, and I sincerely hope I can help you find a great eye cream to help your skin. Everybody says beauty is only skin-deep, but, heck, I hate wearing sunglasses on rainy days! Feel free to contact me if you need any advice on skin creams and serums.

Yours,

Melanie Henson

Editor, Eyecreamadvisor.com

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  1. I’m only 32 and got bags under my eyes. I tried ice bags and cucumbers, but they’re still there at the end of the day, so I tried a couple products. Clinique works okay, I’m going to try Revitol too.

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