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Want to get rid of those tired eyes and brighten up your dark circles without exhausting your wallet? These drugstore eye creams will do just that for you.

Treat fine lines, puffy eyes and brighten your eyes with these budget-friendly drugstore eye creams!

8 Best Drugstore Eye Creams For Every Eye Problem

Puffy eyes and dark circles are just few of the many problems we have from exhaustion, dehydration, and those sleepless nights we all dread. And one of the best and quickest remedy we have against that are eye creams. These little potions can wonders for a variety of eye issues. Even when you already have a moisturizer for your face, your eyes need a little extra TLC.

But these creams tend to be SUPER expensive – pretty eye skin doesn’t come cheap. Which is why we searched best drugstore eye creams that will give you the same benefits high-end eye creams will give you without spending too much.

1. CeraVe Eye Repair Cream ($11)

A fragrance-free moisturizer containing multiple skin-repairing ingredients like ceramides, niacinamide and hyaluronic acid. It also has a thick-lotion consistency which makes it sufficient for an eye cream without leaving a greasy feeling.

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2. Garnier Skin Renew Anti-Dark Circle Eye Roller ($13)

This eye roller has a pink tone that corrects purple or blue. It also dries up as matte, has a very light formula and stays on all day which means you can do a bit of touch up here and there all through the day.

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3. L’Oréal Revitalift Miracle Blur Instant Eye Smoother ($19.99)

The metal applicator of this eye smoother helps in eye puffiness. It contains light-diffusing pigments and blurring technology that helps in dark circles and fine lines.

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4. Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Serum ($29.99)

This rapid wrinkle…

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