Our Six-Week Eye Cream Expose
Photo evidence of how swanky brands stack up against drugstore gems when it comes to fighting wrinkles
Jae, 20sRight eye (appears left): RoC Retinol Correxion Eye Cream, $20.45
Left eye (appears right): Hylexin, $95
RoC review: "I liked the texture of this cream but it felt funny underneath my makeup. By the end of day, my concealer looked a little more chunky and goopy than usual. The cream was just as effective as the Hylexin, but took about a week and a half to show results."
Hylexin review: "I liked this better because it took a shorter amount of time -- just a few days -- to show results. It felt great and blended well with my makeup. I didn't notice the warming sensation that the box mentioned I might feel though."
Results: "I don't have severe dark circles, but both creams worked to decrease the circles and puffiness I do have. The only exceptions were dark circles produced by allergies. Neither cream seemed to work against those."
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