7 New Eye Treatments That Will Help You Fake That Eight Hour Sleep Featured

You look tired. That’s the last thing you’d want to hear, even if that’s true. After all you’ve been getting little sleep, catching up with Netflix shows after work.

Instead of nagging at you to quit binge-watching and turn in earlier (because we know you won’t!), we’re going to recommend eye treatments that can help you fake that eight-hour sleep. Here are the latest eye solutions in the market for your consideration.

1. Himalaya Under Eye Cream

himalaya eye cream

Tapping into Ayurvedic science, Himalaya Under Eye Cream uses 100% herbal actives to offer a holistic solution for problems like dark circles, puffiness, and fine lines around the eye area. According to a study, people who tried the eye cream see their dark eye circles diminishing visibly by 50% within four weeks.

This resonates with Daily Vanity readers too, who voted this eye cream as the Best Eye Treatment at the Daily Vanity Beauty Awards 2019. This product detoxifies and moisturises the under eye area and readers who voted for it seem to agree with its efficacy.

This is suitable for all skin types, and retails at SGD21.95. It retails in WatsonsRedmart, Mustafa and NHG Pharmacy.

2. Vichy Mineral 89 Eyes

Vichy Mineral 89 Eyes

The popular Vichy Mineral 89 has now extended its expertise into eye care. At the heart of the product is the Vichy Volcanic Mineralizing Thermal Water, the signature ingredient found in Vichy Mineral 89. This ingredient is rich in 15 minerals and is concentrated up to 89% (hence the name!)

You can look forward to results such as less puffy eye area, soothed lines, and brightened eye contours. You’ll also love that this is a gentle product that contains no preservatives, paraben, silicon, alcohol, colorant, and fragrance that can cause allergies.

Vichy Mineral 89 Eyes retails at SGD41 and is available at Watsons, Guardian, Robinsons, Lazada and Shopee official stores.

3. Browhaus Wide Focus

Browhaus Wide Focus Review

If your concern is with hooded eye lids, here’s something that can help. Wide Focus is a powerful eye cream formulated by Browhaus, which is designed to help lift the appearance of hooded lids. It also brightens and firms your eye contours at the same time so you’ll look more “awake”.

Besides performing as a great eye treatment, it also doubles up as a lip treatment for you to soothe and repair chapped lips! Wide Focus is formulated with natural and active ingredients and you can use it as a makeup base for your eye area to allow concealer glide on more easily.

Wide Focus retails at SGD158 and is also available at all Browhaus outlets. You can also find Wide Focus on Beauty Emporium.

4. Antipodes Manuka Honey Skin-Brightening Eye Cream

Antipodes Manuka Honey Skin Brightening Eye Cream

While many eye creams out there promise to improve every aspect of your eyes, this product is laser-focused on one aspect: getting rid of your dark eye circles.

This organic formula is formulated with Persian Silk Flower, antioxidant-rich Vinanza Grape, and Kiwi to brighten your eye contours. But the most important ingredient of all is certainly the Manuka Honey, which has antibacterial properties and help hydrate and freshen the eye area.

You’ll also love that it has the pure fragrance of honey, which is pleasantly soothing.

Antipodes Manuka Honey Skin-Brightening Eye Cream retails at SGD69.90 and is available at Guardian.

5. Bio-essence Bio-Gold Radiant Black Eye Mask

Bio Essence Bio Gold Radiant Black Eye Mask

For some tender, loving care for your eye area, consider this pampering treat. Formulated with charcoal powder to absorb excess oil and impurities, this mask is perfect for those who suffer from oil-clogged pores and bumps around the eye area.

The formula also helps to rejuvenate, soothe, and refresh skin so you look more perked up and less worn out.

Bio-essence Bio-Gold Radiant Black Eye Mask retails at SGD33.90 and is available at C K Department Store, Guardian, NTUC Fairprice, OG, Robinsons, Watsons and selected cosmetic houses.

6. IDS Neulastin Eye Rescue

Ids Skincare Eye Rescue Er 139

Neutlastin is a patent-pending innovation by IDS Skincare that is developed as a wound healer to deliver active ingredients within selected products. With an added “repair and restore” benefit, this ingredient allows you to tap into the full potential of the products used.

The Eye Rescue from this range is a super- strength eye concentrate with a balm-like texture that helps reduce visible signs of ageing such as fine lines, wrinkles, crow’s feet, undereye dark circles, and puffiness.

IDS Neulastin Eye Rescue retails at SGD139 and is available Metro Paragon, M Beauty Causeway Point, Metro Centrepoint, Robinsons The Heeren, and Novena Specialist Center. You can also find the product on the IDS Skincare website.

7. La Prairie Caviar Eye Lift

La Prairie Caviar Eye Lift

If you’re ready for something absolutely opulent, consider this. This is a serum that is intended for the whole eye area, including the brows – something that you don’t find in the market.

Skin Caviar Eye Lift is formulated with a combination of Caviar Premier and La Prairie’s Exclusive Cellular Complex. The product is developed using innovative algorithms and scientists at La Prairie found that with regular use, over time the eyes are opened while the eye contours and eyebrows appear redefined.

You can look forward to upper lids that look tightened while crow’s feet appear visibly reduced. Lower lids appear smoothed and under-eye bags and puffiness look diminished.

The La Prairie Skin Caviar Eye Lift will be launched in September 2019 and will retail at SGD740.


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