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This natural mask can reduce wrinkles in hours

The promise

Infused with hero antioxidants vitamin C and E, this cream-gel mask is meant to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, brighten skin, lighten dark spots, even out complexion, reduce inflammation and fight free radical damage. All natural and organic, it's naturally fortified with kale and citrus to deliver maximum results.

How it works

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A cocktail of kale, citrus, avocado and a potent vitamin-C salt called sodium ascorbyl phosphate delivers a powerful combination of age-prevention and skin-correction properties.

How to use it

Apply it evenly over the entire face, neck and décolletage. Leave it on for 5 to 10 minutes and remove with lukewarm water.

The bottom line

Generally speaking, I don't like young people. I mean, who do they think they are walking around with all that collagen in their cheeks and eating whatever they want without gaining a pound? I avoid them whenever possible. So you can imagine my chagrin when I showed up at my friend's house last week and her 21-year-old goddaughter had decided to pop by with her mile-long legs and crease-free face.

She greeted my weak smile with an exuberant hug and a declaration that my skin looked fresh. She won me over in that moment, but not more so than this mask did. I can only deduce that since I had applied it mere hours before the encounter, it was the cause of my freshness, as well as smoothness and softness. Admittedly, it has a bit of a strange scent, but it's worth it if it means I can simultaneously make peace with my inevitable aging and the existence of those pesky young'uns. – Marilisa Racco

$70 through

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