The skin around your eyes is precious...and so are your hard-earned dollars! The top ten eye creams under $50 won’t "nickel and dime" you on powerful anti-aging and moisturizing properties, and reviews from users and editors with an eye towards the best suggest spending an arm, a leg and an eye on fancy creams is so last year! Each of the ten best comes filled with nutritional goodness for the skin around your eyes, to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, puffiness and dry skin damage. Scroll through for proof that the best things can come in small and affordable packages.
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