Whether your eyes are tired or sensitive (or you messed up your makeup and aren’t about to start over), these goods are a godsend
These eye patches are packed with skin-plumping ingredients that minimize fine lines and dark circles ($50 for five sets; valeriebeverlyhills.com).
These wipes can banish even waterproof makeup; they also contain vitamins E and B to soothe delicate lid skin ($6, drugstores).
A high-precision pen that erases eyeshadow smears, crooked eyeliner or any other eye-makeup mishaps ($25, dior.com).
Packed with anti-aging peptides and and hydrating hyaluronic acid, this lightweight concealer does double-duty as a daytime eye cream. ($29, itcosmetics.com)
Have you exfoliated your eyes today? Using an enzyme that breaks down only dead surface skin, this gentle peel reveals brightens, smooths, and tightens—and is formulated for the ultra-sensitive skin around your eyes. ($65; perricone.com)
These seaweed-infused eye patches adhere to your skin for fifteen minutes and quickly undo the effects of a late night. ($150; neimanmarcus.com)
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