Need a Lift? Best Men's Eye Creams for Spring

by Matthew Wexler

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Friday April 16, 2021
Originally published on April 6, 2021

Need a Lift? Best Men's Eye Creams for Spring
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Whether the dark circles under your eyes are pandemic-induced or from binge-watching Netflix late into the night, a little moisturizer can go a long way to freshen up the windows to your soul.

Mënaji Men's 911 Eye Gel
Mënaji's super-light eye gel offers a light refresh and can be used for puffy eyes, dark circles, or to alleviate some of the irritation caused by sunburn. Store it in the fridge for an extra cooling sensation. $36 / 1 oz.

Kiehl's Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing & Dark-Circle Diminishing Vitamin C Eye Serum
Kiehl's waxed poetic in naming its latest eye serum (and we didn't even mention the Tri-Peptide and Hyaluronic Acid), but this tiny .5 oz bottle packs a punch. The tiniest dollop works wonders to visibly reduce dark circles — you may even think that the product contains pigment, which it doesn't. $50 / .5 oz.

La Mer: The Eye Concentrate
If you want an excuse to burn through your latest stimulus check, look no further than Le Mer's eye concentrate, which includes trademarked and cryptically described "Miracle Broth" and lime concentrate. The luxe hydration comes with a tiny spoon applicator — perhaps for caviar after you've depleted the jar? $235 / .5 oz.

Aesop Parsley Seed Antioxidant Eye Serum
If you thought parsley was just for garnish, think again. Aesop harnesses the power of parsley seed, which is particularly good for dry skin. Vitamins C and E complete the formulation for a rich cream with a fresh floral scent. $87 / .4 oz.

SELF/ish Eye Crème
Just a dab of darutoside (and hyaluronic acid) can help smooth, soothe, depuff and brighten tired eyes. The newly launched, made-in-the-U.S.A. brand avoids more than 100 "no list" ingredients, delivering a bundle of affordable products "built for the unapologetically unique man who is uncompromising in his pursuit of the best for himself," according to co-founder Andrew Knox. $22 / .5 oz.

Matthew Wexler is EDGE's Senior Editor, Features & Branded Content. More of his writing can be found at www.wexlerwrites.com. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @wexlerwrites.