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Baebody’s Best-Selling Eye Gel That Has Amazon Customers Freaking Out

What do genetics, lack of sleep, allergies, and overindulging at happy hour all have in common? The magical ability to throw your eyes and the skin around them completely out of whack. Whether that means you’re dealing with puffiness, bags, fine lines, or those infamous dark circles, it can all be a nightmare to deal with. Until you find the right product for your skin, that is. For over 9,000 enthusiastic reviewers on Amazon, the $24 Baebody Eye Gel was just that.

Generally, eye gel and cream products promise to solve one or two specific issues, like boosting elasticity or minimizing wrinkles and crow’s-feet. Baebody, on the other hand, claims to tackle all of the under-eye woes — including completely ridding you of dark circles — and it’s reviews appear to back it up. Obviously, it isn’t actually magic and can’t work for everyone, especially because dark circles are normally genetic, which means there’s no cream or gel that can actually get rid of them. However, it’s fair to say that customer reviews play a big role in whether or not you end up giving something a shot, especially when it comes to skin care.

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So why the hype? For starters, the best-selling gel is formulated with some seriously effective ingredients. The dermatologists’ favorite hyaluronic acid, which helps the skin retain moisture and plump up the skin, is one of the main players in this eye gel. According to Melanie Palm, a board-certified dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon based at Scripps Memorial Hospital in San Diego, hyaluronic acid is the key to delivering synergy between the rest of the hero ingredients, like Matrixyl 3000 and plant stem cells.

“The amino acid complex and propeptides used in the Matrixyl 3000 product is likely the reason for skin improvement,” says Palm. “Propeptides and amino acids are gentle agents that may create cell signaling that leads to age reversing signs in the skin.” All this means is that your skin will likely look and feel smoother after application. On top of firming wrinkled skin, the peptides in Matrixyl 3000 are also known to reduce that redness and puffiness brought on by inflammation, as well as stimulate collagen production. As for the formula’s use of plant stem cells, Palm tells Allure that they’re “often from sources such as apples” and can also “encourage collagen growth and thus can help skin’s texture.” Essentially, each key ingredient is working double time to ensure Baebody keeps its promises.

It is incredibly important to note, however, that not everyone is in agreement with Palm about the benefits of plant stem cells. Cosmetic chemist Randy Schueller previously told Allure that there’s no way you can compare apples and skin. “Fruit stem cells have no bearing whatsoever on stem cells that exist naturally in our skin,” says Schueller. “The two act in totally different ways. And if we could modulate our stem cells to grow new skin, it’d be a huge deal.” That means that there’s little evidence to support claims that the regenerating effects of plant stem cells translate to human skin when they’re extracted and applied topically — though they may still offer some antioxidant benefits.

In the case that you need to see it to believe it, just one scroll through the Amazon reviews will do the trick. You’ll find a variety of different people sharing how much they love the speed in which they saw noticeable improvements in the texture of their skin, along with some truly impressive before-and-after photos. One reviewer, who “wasn’t expecting it to work,” given the low price point, saw an improvement in their dark circles after just one application. Do yourself a favor and take a look at the incredible testimonials, seriously.

It doesn’t feel greasy or heavy on the skin, either. Unlike other eye creams or gels that can leave the area around your eyes feeling sticky or stiff, this stuff feels “light and smooth” and soothes puffy eyes as “effectively and gently as cucumber slices, but without all the mess,” according to reviewers.

Even the packaging gets its fair share of love amongst Amazon customers. The product is dispensed through an air-tight pump, which not only prevents bacteria growth but also does a great job at ensuring the product doesn’t become oxidized. The pump also means that, unlike other gels and creams that require you to put your fingers in the tub, it makes less of a mess. Sounds ideal, no?

Should you actually be in the market, there’s no safer bet than a product with a $24 price tag and the reassurance of over 8,000 people. Next time you inevitably end up on Amazon.com, toss it in your virtual cart — and who knows, the next raving review might be yours.


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