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This 'amazing' £17 gel is Amazon's best-selling eye product

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Long nights and early starts leaving you with tired looking eyes? Looking for your eyes to look and feel fresh and hydrated? You might be in need of Amazon’s best-selling eye gel…

Promising to target fine lines, diminish eye bags and generally turn back the clock, Wake Skincare’s Eye Gel is currently the best-selling of its kind on Amazon, racking up hundreds of rave reviews.

A smooth serum that is designed to tighten and brighten the eye area, the gel includes ingredients such as hydrolysed collagen, which is said to be great for wrinkles and reducing inflammation.

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Laden with vitamin E, other active ingredients include antioxidant packed cucumber and elderflower, which are reported to soothe puffy eyes and moisturise the skin.

Costing £16.95 for a 30ml bottle, the anti-ageing gel has a whopping 500 five-star reviews, with shoppers praising its effectiveness and ability to stand up to its bold (and seemingly miracle) promises.

One Amazon shopper called the product ‘amazing’, writing: ‘Sometimes I try to keep things simple by using one word reviews to my friends, however that just isn’t possible with this product!! It’s just amazing and beyond my expectations!’

Another fan added: ‘I have been using this eye gel for about 3 weeks, and I’m absolutely hooked.’

Along with anti-ageing properties, the silky eye gel also claims to act as the perfect base for makeup, and can also be used to target fine lines around the cheek and mouth.

If you needed another excuse to buy one for yourself, Wake Skincare also gives a percentage of its profits to Women’s Aid, meaning your purchase could help support victims of domestic abuse.

If you prefer a serum over a gel, another anti-ageing eye product has become a Waitrose best-seller, after sales rose by 90 percent last week – but what makes it so special?

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