Here at MyDomaine headquarters, there are two types of people: Those who religiously slather on undereye cream daily and those who denounce the single-purpose product as a glorified marketing scam. As someone who's among the former, I'm always on the lookout for that fountain-of-youth product that diminishes dark circles, reduces fine lines, and triggers collagen production.
After scrolling dozens (if not hundreds) of product reviews, it's clear that these are, hands down, the best eye serums to add to your Sephora cart—stat. Ahead, shop the best-selling serums with glowing recommendations from Sephora's skincare-loving community, including a $60 find that over 20K shoppers swear by for reducing dark circles.
The Stats: 3.8 stars, 20K loves, 194 reviews
The Active Ingredients: Potent ingredients like copper peptide and black tea ferment work together to reduce the signs of aging, according to the label on this sought-after eye serum.
The Promising Review: "I've never used an eye product that made such a difference in reducing my dark circles. Seriously amazing for that. I'm in my 20s so wrinkles aren't a huge concern, yet, but I'm hoping this will prevent them. I do find it can be drying, so make sure to use a hydrating cream on top. But if you have dark circles, you NEED to splurge on this." — GinaMayer
The Stats: 3.8 stars, 20K loves, 279 reviews
The Active Ingredients: The antioxidant-rich ferulic acid and retinol in this eye serum trigger natural collagen production to reduce wrinkles and fine lines in the undereye area.
The Promising Review: "This serum is amazing!! I use it morning and night and my eyes have never looked better. It doesn't cause dryness or more wrinkles like some serums and acids do. I highly recommend this for us 40-somethings who don't want to look our age." — chieftina
The Stats: 4.1 stars, 5.7K loves, 67 reviews
The Active Ingredients: Featuring Korres trademarked Defeye Gravity complex filled with rare natural ingredients, like Persian silk tree extract, this eye serum reducing signs of aging and improves the appearance of dark circles.
The Promising Review: "At 39, I'm getting serious about eye products. Over the last year, I've devoted lots of time, money and energy to eye serum research and experimentation. This is the ONE product (out of the 18 I've tried) that not only worked, it worked dramatically on day one." — SingItSister
The Stats: 4.7 stars, 2.8K loves, 12 reviews
The Active Ingredients: Made with revitalizing red hibiscus straight from the Dior Garden in Burkina Faso, this essential eye cream boasts detoxifying benefits for undereye skin.
The Promising Review: "This is one of the best eye creams ever. The texture is creamy without being oily. It feels rich and moisturizing without being greasy. One pump is enough for both eyes. And it works on fine lines, puffiness, and dark circles. I highly recommend!" — enzie
The Stats: 4 stars, 10K loves, 49 reviews
The Active Ingredients: An anti-aging blend of green tea and red algae weightlessly hydrate and naturally firm up the undereye area.
The Promising Review: "Finally, I found an undereye product that really works. As soon as I apply it, I feel it penetrating my skin. I have seen the best results. I know it's very expensive, I was scared that it wasn't going to work, but I don't regret at all." — Lourdes1989
The Stats: 4 stars, 2.5K loves, 103 reviews
The Active Ingredients: This vitamin C–packed formula boosts elasticity and brightens dark circles in order to maintain the skin's youthful appearance.
The Promising Review: "Vitamin C Ester Eye Serum is touted as a therapeutic treatment for the eye area but I use it anywhere on my face that needs a little 'help.' If I have a bit of redness or a blemish, I put a fingertip-full of the serum on it and I get amazing results." — dalm
The Stats: 4.1 stars, 4.5K loves, 52 reviews
The Active Ingredients: Alguronic acid and algaprotein are the signature ingredients in Algenist's advanced wrinkle-fighting eye serum, promising diminished dark circles and plumper skin.
The Promising Review: "I rarely write reviews, but this is one of best products I have used for my eyes. I am 56 and the wrinkles are just starting to show below my eyes. This product really helps—even with the eyelids. I can see a difference. Definitely worth the cost." — naltia86
Ed. note: Reviews have been edited for length and clarity.
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