Look no further for the best cruelty-free eye creams. These are perfect gifts for skin-care-loving friends. If you have friends who love self care and cruelty-free products filled with healthy ingredients to nourish the skin, you’re in the right place. Learn about the best organic, cruelty-free eye creams you can give this season to gift the glow to those you love. These are perfect to add to a skin care gift basket.
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Below are a few options I highly recommend and some suggestions for alternatives if you haven’t found what you are looking for in this list. These are products I’ve tried and loved. As I continue to test eye products, this list will be updated to reflect the latest.
I hope you enjoy this quick guide for gifting the glow to your skin care loving friends.
Beauty by Earth’s Coffee Bean Eye Cream is an amazing formula that I personally believe is a latte for your eyes. The cream contains coffee, cranberry, and cucumber to de-puff your eyes and give them a powerful lift in the morning. You can see the full review here.
This product contains essential oils, if you are sensitive to oils, there are more options below.
The coffee bean caffeine eye cream from 100% Pure is a PETA-certified cruelty-free and vegan formula that works immediately. It smells like sugar cookies and is especially nice in the fall with pumpkin lattes in the morning. This formula does not contain essential oils, instead it includes natural extracts and caffeine to brighten the eyes. Make sure to shake the formula before using as I find the natural ingredients tend to separate.
The bright eyes mask is amazing for reducing puffiness in the morning, especially if you have allergies. As far as reducing dark circles, it takes about three treatments to see results and these come in a pack of five. They sell out very quickly, so I’ve included a link below to the brand’s mask section. If you find they are out of stock, you can peruse the other masks the brand has. I recommend the Anti-Inflammatory Caffeine Face Mask.
If you didn’t find what you needed on the list above, there are other top-rated alternatives to try for your eyes based on different skin concerns. Brands such as Juice Beauty offer serums for tired eyes, and Kjaer Weiss recently launched The Beautiful Eye Balm. RMS Beauty also offers a multipurpose Lip and Skin Balm to moisturize the skin. These are not products I use in my daily routine at this time, but they are ideal alternatives to the options above if you haven’t found what you are looking for.