Nothing gives away your age like under-eye circles and wrinkles. Luckily, these luxurious lotions are marvelous for supporting the architecture of your eye area, just not your bank account. They sound like they’d all be pretty great and we’d totally buy them if they weren’t like, $200!
Yves Saint Laurent Forever Youth Liberator ($250, yslbeautyus.com)
This eye cream works like magic! Any and all crow’s feet instantly disappear as if a movie special effects team wiped them away. But it’s also, like, $200 and way out of your price range. But it would be so cool to try, right?
Clé de Peau Beauté Intensive Eye Contour Cream ($250, Nordstrom)
Apparently this argon oil in this eye cream makes your eyes look soft and radiant. We don’t know because we’ve never tried it. It’s $250!!! But you can probably still go to the store and look at the samples maybe and imagine what it would be like to use it?
Chanel Le Lift ($165, Macy’s)
At $165, this eye cream is a steal, which is also pretty much the only way you can get your hands on it. The skin firming formula is supposed to reduce puffiness, which you have a ton of because you work a stressful day job. Spending your disposable income on something like this would feel like a waste, but a girl can dream, can’t she!
Chantecaille Nano Gold Energizing Eye Serum ($210, Saks Fifth Avenue)
We heard that Madonna uses this eye cream. Wouldn’t it be so cool to use the same eye cream as Madonna? She never ages! Madonna also has six houses, so clearly she can buy this without having to save up. One day, though…
La Mer The Eye Concentrate ($180, Bloomingdales)
One bottle of this one will last you about four months, which is so not cheap. But that comes out to $45 a month, and you make $15 an hour, so that’s really only three hours a month that you have to work to pay for this eye cream. It’s an investment, really. An investment. Ugh!
Shiseido Future Solution LX Night Total Regenerating Cream ($250, Sephora)
The fruit stem cell technology in this cream is formulated to regenerate your natural skin, creating younger, healthier eyelids. It would be great if this also regenerated the money in your bank account, right! I mean, come on! Why is this shit so expensive?
It would be really cool to have younger looking eyes with one of these high-end skin care products, but too bad it’s too expensive. Something from Rite Aid should be fine instead, right?