What do Gemma Chan, Paris Hilton and Jessica Alba have in common? All three women are fans of eye beauty gadgets. From soothing tired eyes to helping to reduce pesky under-eye puffiness and dark circles, eye beauty tools have found a precious spot on these celebs’ beauty shelves.
In fact, Gemma coined the term “eyebrator” because her Foreo Iris Illuminating Eye Massager reminds her of a vibrator – what a great way to describe an eye device that comes with micro-vibrations. The actress also admits to using it nearly everywhere she goes, from the back of the car to waiting at the airport.
So the next question is, should you invest in a beauty tool for your delicate eye area? After all, if it’s good for these celebrities, it should be good for you too, right?
There’s definitely no harm in it. After all, the eye area is one of the most hardworking on our faces, and is subject to a lot of “wear and tear” on a daily basis. The eye area doesn’t have as many oil glands and collagen as the rest of the face, which makes it more susceptible to dryness, sagging, fine lines and wrinkles. In addition, we blink our eyes about 10,000 times a day, on average, so it’s no surprise that the eye area is often one of the first places to show signs of ageing.
To start giving overworked eyes some TLC, check out these eye beauty gadgets that not only help your gels, serums and creams get absorbed better, but also work on reducing puffiness and dark circles, for a brighter-eyed and more youthful look.