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From dark circles to crow's-feet, your peeper problems have met their match!


Dust this light-reflecting powder over concealer to really cover dark circles.

(Sonia Kashuk Brightening Powder, $10.40;


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A massaging ball distributes this caffeine-and–witch hazel solution, which alleviates undereye circles as well as puffiness.

(First Aid Beauty Detox Eye Roller, $24 for .28 oz.;

Mally Beauty Mattewand Eye Brightener

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Makeup artist Mally Roncal developed this winning pencil-powder combo: Apply to inner corners for an eye-opening effect.

(Mally Beauty Mattewand Eye Brightener, $25;

(See also: How to do your makeup in five minutes (or less))

Anti-Wrinkle Cream

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Anti-Wrinkle Cream

Ranked number one by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, this formula reduces fine lines.

(Olay Pro-X Eye Restoration Complex, $41.47 for .5 oz.;

Eyelash Curler

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Eyelash Curler

The Good Housekeeping Research Institute tested 10 different versions of this tool, and Laura Mercier's came out on top.


Physicians Formula Youthful Wear Youth-Boosting Concealer

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Camouflage imperfections and combat aging simultaneously. This stick contains light and heavy coverage options, both packed with skin-firming ceramides.

(Physicians Formula Youthful Wear Youth-Boosting Concealer, $12.99;

7 Years Younger: The Book

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7 Years Younger: The Book

Want more antiaging advice?  For a comprehensive seven-week plan, check out Good Housekeeping's new book, 7 Years Younger.

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