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Our favorite under-eye brightening balm is just $30: 'One of my favorite treats for my face'

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Our favorite under-eye brightening balm is just $30: 'One of my favorite treats for my face'

Your gut isn't the only thing that benefits from probiotics and superfoods. Your skin does, too. But just as fancy smoothies and pricey supplements for your insides can be expensive, so can skin-loving lotions and potions for your complexion.

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  • Tula Rose Glow & Get It Cooling & Brightening Eye Balm

    $30$38
    Save $8
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Fortunately for you, one of our editor's favorite probiotic-rich balms for brightening up tired, dehydrated eyes is now on sale for just $30 — and it's a deal that's too good for us to keep to ourselves. Normally $38 for a tube of this miracle eye balm, Tula's Rose Glow and Get It Cooling and Brightening Eye Balm is now on sale for $30 at Amazon.

This hydrating under-eye balm goes on with a cooling sensation and is formulated with skin-loving probiotics to help brighten and refresh tired skin over time. As a devout user of this eye balm, I also recommend using it like a highlighter, putting just a dab on cheekbones and brows for some extra brightening power.

$30 at Amazon

It's formulated with probiotic extracts, firming peptides and probiotic superfoods to plump and revitalize skin from the inside out, while ingredients like caffeine, rosewater and blueberry infuse hydration and valuable antioxidants while reducing the appearance of dark circles.

In fact, this cooling eye balm has been part of my skin care routine since at least 2018, at which point I also convinced AOL editor Katelyn Mullen to give it a try. Suffice it say she's now also a power user of the product saying it "gives a highlighter appearance on my cheeks without having to actually apply makeup," Mullen said. "I like the way it smells and feels on my face."

My preferred way of wearing the product is to layer it both under and over my makeup. I use a few swipes on my under eyes, brow bone and cheeks before applying makeup so that the base of my skin has a subtle glow. I complete my makeup look by adding a very light swipe to my brow bones and as a highlighter on my cheeks. On hot summer days I like to keep it with me to add a quick cooling swipe when I feel overheated.

The product's unique creamy texture is what makes it stand out, according to the more than 16,000 reviewers on Amazon who've given it a 4.4-star rating. One reviewer put it best when they said, "It creates the slightest glimmer and the texture it creates when it touches your skin is delicious."

What we (and other reviewers) especially love is the cooling sensation of the balm. It glides on effortlessly, leaving a gentle cooling sensation in its wake. It's especially satisfying to reapply over makeup on hot summer days.

"It’s cooling once it’s on and it adds a nice shimmer under your eye," said another reviewer. "Just a little something to cover up my dark postpartum circles!"

  • Tula Rose Glow & Get It Cooling & Brightening Eye Balm

    $30$38
    Save $8

In fact, we've even dubbed it one of our top gifts for new moms this Mother's Day because you don’t need to know a woman's complexion or shade preference to buy it since it’s good for every type of skin tone.

Whether its skin-loving probiotic effects are real or placebo, perhaps one reviewer put it best when they said: "Does what it says: cools and brightens!

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