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Best Eye Cream 2016

Updated on November 25, 2015

When people first meet you they focus your face, especially your eyes. The skin under your eyes is more fragile and thinner than the rest of your face. Which why it is important to take care of that skin, with a good eye cream.

Body and skin care is big business nowadays and more and more people expect high quality products at reasonable prices. Market leading brands are aiming at this market and if you are looking for superb products, you can almost be spoiled for choice. However to get the best results you should look for an eye cream that suits your specific needs.

In best eye cream 2016 I will shortly review three of the best-selling new eye creams on the market.

Top rated eye cream 2016
Top rated eye cream 2016

Lumiere Biorestorative Eye Cream

The Lumiere Biorestorative Eye Cream with Psp, from Neocutis, is the most expensive of the three products but promises some amazing results and has gained praise from all quarters. With added processed skin proteins (Psp), this cream contains sodium hyaluronate, caffeine and bisabol which are designed to tackled puffiness and dark circles in as gentle a way as possible. This cream is packed with cells which are designed to help regenerate the cells in your skin, it makes sense really and actually works and you will see noticeable differences within days.

Your eyes won't sting or water due to its gentle essential nutrients and has no colourant or fragrance, meaning your skin will become younger looking and softer in a matter of weeks. Testers have seen marked reductions in crows feet and lines in less than a week and you only need to use a small amount. The one problem with the product is that it often puts out more than you need with one pump, just use half a pump at a time.

Applying eye cream
Applying eye cream

Neutrogena Healthy Skin Eye Cream

Neutrogena Healthy Skin Eye Cream is the cheapest of the three products we are looking at and comes in a pack of two, so twice as much as the others and it is hypo-allergenic, free of fragrance and, importantly free of oil so contact lens wearers can use this with no problems. Tested by Ophthalmologists, the patented natural sugar derivative Melibiose is designed to work deep in your skin to give a more smooth complexion, whilst the Apha Hydroxy, a popular eye cream additive, tackles those finer lines.

This cream is great if you are wearing makeup as it dries smooth instead of greasy and is really good for those of us with sensitive skin, this cream won't make your eyes puff up or cause unsightly redness. If you have any sensitivity issues, try this cream and you may be pleasantly surprised. If you are worried about sensitivity issues, or have had problems in the past, the low cost of this cream makes it certainly worthwhile giving it a go. If it does not work for you, you will not be left with an expensive cream that you cannot use. Additionally, this cream is the most widely available in all good stores, so you won't be left searching for it.

Best selling eye cream 2016
Best selling eye cream 2016

Clinique Repairwear Intensive Eye Cream

Clinique is well known for their high quality products and have expanded in to different markets recently. Their latest offering, the Clinique Repairwear Intensive Eye Cream is no exception. Like the previous creams, this is tested by Ophthalmologists, completely fragrance free and tested for all allergies so you can be safe in the knowledge that this won't cause you any skin problems. It is also designed specifically to focus on tackling your lines around your eyes.

The lightness of this cream means that it won't block up your pores, which can be a problem with cheaper creams and you will notice a difference on those really fine lines which cause big problems in a matter of days. Users have reported that their eyes are looking brighter and lighter and their skin tone becoming firmer with extended use.

Overall, all three products are of the highest quality and are each excellent in their own way and do what they claim to do. None of the products have sun protection, so take this in to account when thinking about your purchase. If cost is an issue, go for Neutrogena's offering although if you can afford it, the Neocutis cream is the powerhouse of the three and definitely worth the extra for the additional features. Overall however, the Clinique Repairwear is the best of the three, both on cost and on performance and outcomes, especially when it comes to those finer lines that we are all plagued with.

I hope you found one of the products in best eye cream 2016 to be suitable for your needs. You might also enjoy reading best anti aging products 2016.

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      mysisters 

      7 years ago

      Great Hub. Eye cream really does make a huge difference in the appearance of your skin underneath your eyes. My favorite is Dermalogica intensive eye repair. Works wonders!

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