My team relies heavily on Amazon.com as well as peer review sites when we make our product rankings, which is why we update the actual review page for each company so frequently.
Whenever possible, we cite personal review experiences with the mentioned product and do all we can to have as close to the vest user experience as possible.
Watch this quick video by our own Kathy T. on how we find the best eye serums and keep consumers informed.
We analyze sales data, customer reviews, and update our rankings each month. Our review criteria is also based on the below material.
In combing websites for user experiences, we tend to look for overall consumer satisfaction. Every anti aging serum has a few goals, and some even hone in on one of these goals more than other
aspects, but in general, eye serums aim at curing the below symptoms of aging:
Dark Under Eye Circles:
There is an entire category on Amazon.com dedicated to curing and treating the circles of discoloration that form under our eyes. In fact, the best dark circle serums get a lot of attention, because it’s the one sign of aging that most people agree tends to look the worst on us.
Pro Tip: Look for an ingredient called “haloxyl” in all of the top serums for dark circles. This ingredient is ultra important and has been proven to be the best ingredient to lessen dark circles that form around and under the eyes. On the label, the “INCI” (latin, laboratory name) will appear as follows:
Many people complain of having wrinkles form around the corners of their eyes. These are often referred to as “Crow’s Feet.” Whatever you want to call them, they are ugly and most people develop them from repeated movements such as squinting. When we repeat movements (blink, smile, cough, sneeze, etc) we allow our skin to become weaker and that’s when wrinkles begin to form.
Pro Tip: Wear sunglasses when you are exposed to the sun. You’d be amazed at how many times you squint without even realizing it.
The best ingredient money can buy to fight wrinkles on the face is called Argireline. (It’s even been praised by Dr. Oz.)