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Daylight Savings Time can be amazing. On one hand, we spring our clocks forward and get to soak up an extra hour of sunlight. But let's be honest, on the other, you've lost an hour of sleep and over a week later, you still find yourself waking up looking tired as all hell.
Luckily, there are some fool-proof solutions to de-puffing and rejuvenating your tired, wrinkled eyes, without having to make a call to a medi-spa.
Under-eye patches are one of the must-have beauty essentials in Hollywood. Everyone from Jessica Alba to Chrissy Teigen to Kristen Bell uses this trick to looking refreshed while maintaining a grueling schedule. Even supermodel Kaia Gerber, who is only 19, uses them on a regular basis.
Kristin Cavallari swears by her 111SKIN Celestial Black Diamond Eye Mask, which is powered by skin-plumping hyaluronic acid and retinol that help diminish the appearance of wrinkles. A potent peptide in the mask also works to combat the visible signs of aging, while black diamond particles aid in more efficient absorption. A set of eight retails for $115 on 111skin.com.
But even if you don't have money to burn on your beauty regiment, you can still help your tired eyes.
Shop seven other under-eye patches, all under $50, that work wonders below.
BLAQ's Activated Charcoal Under Eye Mask with HydroGel retails for $19 for a pack for five.
Skyn Iceland's's Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gel retail for $33 for a pack of eight pairs.
Vanelc's 24k Gold Under Eye Mask-with Collagen Under Eye Patches retail for $16.99.
HeyAlice's Under Eye Patches Rich in Rose retails for $12.99 for 60 pieces.
Spa Treatments' HAS Stretch iSheet Eye Patch Sheets retail for $45 for 60 sheets.
Tomblive's Green Tea Collagen Eye Mask retails for $10.99 for 60 pieces.
La Cel's Bio-Gold Crystal Collagen Firming Whole Eye Pads retail for $34 for a box of five pairs.