The 10 Best eye creams

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This autumn, beat puffiness and dark circles with the latest miracle ingredients

1. Stage Release Eye Moisturiser

This new formula is high in plant extracts, including ginseng and golden root, that have been primed so they work for eight hours.

£50, Espa,

2. Flash Youth Eye Contour Concentrate

Our eyes blink 10,000 times a day, and show our age. Ioma’s cream has active ingredients that tackle puffiness, dark circles and wrinkles.

£91, Ioma,

3. Premier Cru eye cream

A blend of three key grape extracts that stimulates collagen. Vine sap corrects dark circles, and grape seed antioxidants protect against free radicals.

£49, Caudalie,

4. Eye Sorbet Mask

Tired eyes will find this 10-minute mask delicious. It contains omega-rich watermelon, as well as vitamin C-packed cucumber to cool and hydrate.

£28, Darphin,

5. Age Proof CoQ10 Eye  Recovery Concentrate

This cooling rollerball works like a dream on tired, puffy eyes. The CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant.

£21.25, Trilogy,

6. Gold Energizing Eye  Recovery Mask

Gold and silk work wonders on your skin, here soothing inflammation, while promoting healing.

£185, Chantecaille,

7. Fragrance-free Eye Balm

A light eye balm free of fragrance, paraben and mineral oils, it is  low on plant-actives, so the risk of irritation is minimal.

£26.50, Estelle&Thild,

8. Revitalizing Supreme  Global Anti-Ageing Eye Balm

Estée Lauder’s silkily textured balm contains a nourishing complex to keep ageing skin supple.

£40, Estée Lauder,

9. Essential C Eye Cream

The skin around our eyes is thin, fragile and suffers from sun exposure, pollution and air conditioning. Murad’s eye cream contains soothing SPF15 and tiger herb.

£57, Murad,

10. Perfect Truth CC Eye Cream

A combo that delivers vitamin C, ceramides to nourish skin, and tripeptide 5 for collagen production.

£20, Ole Henriksen,

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