Best age-defying body lotions

Country Living
Exfoliating Body Polish

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Face creams get all the glory, but these anti-aging body products go to work on everything else.


Nourish

Made with ground corn cobs and rice, this organic exfoliator sloughs away dry patches to reveal younger-looking skin.

(Nourish Exfoliating Body Polish, $7.30 for 6 oz.; amazon.com)










Total Effects Body Lotion

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Olay

This body lotion turns back the clock seven ways—from improving elasticity to minimizing fine lines.

(Total Effects Body Lotion, $7 for 8.4 oz.; drugstore.com)


(See more: The one anti-aging item you need for every decade)











Vita-K Solution Professional Spider Veins

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Vita-K

Lessen the appearance of spider veins with this vitamin K–packed salve.

(Professional for Spider Veins, $11.40 for 3 oz.; amazon.com)

















Body Excellence Hand Cream

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Chanel

Give hands the deluxe treatment: Licorice root fades age spots, while vitamin B5 moisturizes nails.

(Body Excellence Hand Cream, $48 for 2.5 oz.; chanel.com)
















Miracle Worker Anti-Aging Neck and Décolleté Cream

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Philosophy

A blend of omega fatty acids firms and hydrates the neck and décolleté.

(Miracle Worker Anti-Aging Neck and Décolleté Cream, $46 for 2 oz.; philosophy.com)









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