Best Natural Organic Eye Creams
Whether it’s lack of sleep, dehydration, the state of our health, genetics, routinely removing heavier eye makeup, or aging, the delicate under eye skin could always use some love. Here are some amazing natural creams, serums, balms, and brightening masks to help rejuvenate the under eye area.
Natural Eye Cream, Serum, Balm, & Brightening Masks
This hydrating cooling cream feels great on the skin and works well under makeup. My under eye area looks much better within a few minutes of putting it on. Sometimes I’ll even put it over my makeup to refresh the eyes. Although a small jar, it goes a long way. I just barely dip my ring finger in the jar and it’s enough to tap two fingers together and tap around my eyes. Living Libations makes the cleanest of clean products. Some Key Ingredients: Aloe Vera, Rosewater, Jojoba, Avocado, Chamomile, Blue Tansy, Eyebright, Lemon Balm, Milky Oat Straw
This one feels and smells extra good. The roll on fluid serum feels cooling, rejuvenating, and hydrating. It plumps up the under-eye skin in a good way. I just roll it on and then lightly pat it around with my ring finger. Within a minute or so I notice a more toned, brightened, and less hollow under eye area. I don’t have it in the fridge, but if you want a more cooling effect you could put it in there as well.
I use it with makeup and without. On the days I am using makeup, I just give it a bit to dry first and generally still apply the opulent eye cream over it. Although I don’t use it as often, on the days I want that cooling feeling or my eyes feel extra tired over a weekend, I am so happy I have this. Some Key Ingredients: Jojoba, coconut oil, frankincense, rose otto, chamomile, peppermint, lavender, tansy, and sweet thyme
The silky feel, the amazing scent, the brighter, more youthful under eye, it’s truly the bees knees. (Mark says that term often, so it’s in my vocabulary. 🙂 ) I notice the biggest difference in my under eye area when I use this one, but it’s also the priciest so I don’t use it daily. I have more of a hollow under eye area vs dark circles and this one really plumps up the hollowness nicely. If price is not a concern, I would grab this for sure. Some Key Ingredients: caffeine, cucumber, chamomile, pitaya, hawkweed extract, daisy flower extract
I’m not a big fan of the sweet vanilla latte scent, but it works! It depuffs the eye area and makes you look more awake. It also layers really well with makeup too. It’s well loved in the clean beauty world and comes with a great price tag. Some Key Ingredients: Aloe, Rose Hydrosol, Rosehip Oil, Organic Green Coffee, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Extracts of Coffee Seed, Rosemary, Oregano, Thyme, Goldenseal, Vanilla Absolute, Candelilla Wax
I have not tried this one out yet, but I want to mention it since it’s supposed to be great for hydrating and plumping the undereye area. Cocokind makes great products for super reasonable prices. Some Key Ingredients: Persian Silk Tree, Hibiscus Flower Acids, Oat Extract
We not only want Vitamin C in our diet, but also in our skincare. While this balm is heavenly all over the face at night, it’s also a really great under eye balm to use before bed. Struggling with fine lines, wrinkles, dry skin? Check out this one for sure. It’s a thicker balm so it is best for nighttime, but it’s pretty amazing. It has a faint warming feel and patchouli scent that I find so beautiful. If you grab this, check out Apoterra’s Neroli Clarifying Complexion Mist as well. I’m going to grab that the next time I need a reorder of the Regenerative Balm. Some Key Ingredients In The Balm: Vitamin C of course, Rosehip oil, Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil, CoQ10, Prickly Pear Seed Oil, Pomegranate Oil, Cupuacu Butter
For the days you need to look your best, get very little sleep, or just want some self pampering, check out these masks. They don’t work miracles, but the coolness really hydrates, brightens, depuffs, and rejuvenates tired eyes. The star ingredients: organic aloe juice, caffeine, cucumber hydrosol, vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid. If you get them, you might want to stick them in the fridge prior to using them. It says to leave them on for 20 minutes, but I leave them on for at least 30 minutes. They make a great little gift too.
Hydrated skin always looks brighter and more youthful. Drink plenty of water, fresh juices, and enjoy high water foods like watermelon.
Avocados, cucumbers (especially cucumber juice), dragon fruit, and papaya are great foods for making our skin appear more youthful as well.
Vitamin C, E, A, and K are key vitamins for helping out our under eye area.
- Some foods rich in Vitamin C – citrus (lemons, limes, oranges, tangerines, grapefruit), kiwi, strawberries, red bell peppers, broccoli, tomatoes, rosehips
- Some Vitamin K foods: spinach, broccoli, collard greens, Brussels sprouts, cucumbers, blueberries
- Some Vitamin E foods: sunflower seeds and almonds are rich sources
- Some Vitamin A foods: sweet potato, butternut squash, cooked carrots, cooked collard greens
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