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The beauty market is oversaturated with so many skincare products that, for the average consumer, it’s such a chore to find one that’s not only affordable but also does what it claims to do. This philosophy specifically applies to sifting through the tons of expensive eye creams on the market. However, the Sephora-favorite brand The Inkey List has formulated an eye cream that shoppers seem to love — and it only costs $9.99!
Shop: The Inkey List Caffeine Eye Cream, $9.99
Featuring caffeine as one of its highlighted ingredients (12th on the product’s 31-ingredient list), this lightweight eye cream claims to hydrate and aid in reducing the appearance of puffiness, under-eye bags and fine lines.
Suitable for all skin types, the Inkey List Caffeine Eye Cream targets several under-eye skincare concerns including puffiness and dryness. The Matrxyl 3000 peptide is also included in the product and can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines, all while providing the perfect canvas for makeup application.
Plus, the product is certified “Clean at Sephora,” meaning it’s formulated without a list of more than 50 ingredients that are deemed harmful to the skin, including sulfates, parabens, phthalates and more.
In addition to being on the affordable end of the spectrum, the product has received rave reviews from shoppers, with some admitting that its price tag initially deterred them from making the purchase.
“I was skeptical bc of the price but this works better than any expensive eye cream I’ve ever purchased. I have slow circulation and it causes me to bloat. This stuff def helps w my bags at 5am!!” one reviewer wrote, with another adding, “I have had small white cysts under my eyes for years and this eye cream has, as an unexpected park, gotten rid of almost all of them within just a couple weeks.”
Has Inkey List found the perfect balance between affordability and effectiveness? Shoppers certainly seem to think so!
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