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Forget highlighter, use skincare to glow
The peptides in this product slow the movement of neurotransmitters from your nerves to your facial muscles, allowing muscles to relax and preventing wrinkles from forming. La Prairie Line Interception Power Duo ($460), at holtrenfrew.com.
Adenosine and peptides are on hand to blur lines and maintain collagen. Apply a drop the size of a grain of rice on crow’s feet, “11s” (between brows), nasolabial folds and the forehead. Decorté 3-D Line Control Tech-Crème Concentrate ($200), at saksfifthavenue.com.
This serum, which claims to smooth and firm sagging skin, uses ingredients like green coffee from Nicoya, Costa Rica, a potent antioxidant known for its anti-aging capabilities. Chanel Blue Serum ($140), at thebay.com.
This in-shower treatment combines glycolic acid, biodegradable cellulose beads and lemon-peel extract to exfoliate skin and boost luminosity while you wait for your conditioner to soak in. Aveeno Positively Radiant 60 Second In-Shower Facial ($12), at walmart.com.
This smoothing serum contains a corn-seed biotechnology that delivers energy to cells, improving elasticity and firmness. 3Lab M Serum ($285), at murale.ca.
Six active ingredients—creatine, acmella-plant extract, vitamin B3, evening-primrose and borage-seed oils and aloe vera—moisturize, protect skin from free radicals and promote collagen production. Dr. Roebuck’s Reverse Aging Serum ($79.95), at beautyboutique.ca.
This article originally appeared in the April 2017 issue of ELLE Canada.