How to Conceal Dark Circles and Crow's-Feet
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Philosophy Miracle Worker Miraculous Anti-Aging Eye Cream ($60; philosophy.com) contains a powerful mix of peptides and retinoids to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles; vitamin C to protect skin from free radicals; and sodium hyaluronate to hydrate.
The combination of glycerin and vitamins B3, B5, and E in Olay Total Effects Line & Dark Circle Minimizing Brush ($19; drugstores) softens delicate skin. Pigments (meant to work with most skin tones) hide undereye circles.
If your skin is oily, try a lightweight formula that absorbs quickly, like Garnier Ultra-Lift Anti-Wrinkle Eye Roller ($15; drugstores). Pro-retinol (a mix of retinol and linoleic acid, which is moisturizing and anti-inflammatory) minimizes crow's-feet.
Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Eye ($20; drugstores) contains line-smoothing retinol and hydrating hyaluronic acid. Don't forget to layer on an SPF 30 sunscreen; retinol can make skin more sensitive to UV rays.
Sephora Collection Instant Depuffing Roll-On Gel ($15; sephora.com) is infused with an exotic leaf extract (cyathea cumingil) to temporarily tighten skin; a seed extract moisturizes and plumps fine lines.
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