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Phebe Wahl

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Wage war on aging skin with beauty’s new brigade. Fully armed with innovations ranging from collagenbuilding formulas to nanotech, these targeted products battle it all—from fine lines to firmness.

Crafted from 150 antioxidant-rich, baby green tea leaves (from the beauty brand’s own tea gardens off the coast of Korea), AMOREPACIFIC the essential creme fluid offers a fast absorbing fluid formula with the power of a rich creme. $98, Sephora

As the ultimate power pairing, La Prairie Line Interception Power Duo delivers your daytime and evening creams in one bottle to assist in the battle against three types of wrinkles. $350, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus

After nearly four decades in dermatology, Dr. Dennis Gross wanted to aid his clients who desired a fresher, fatigue-free face. His new Brighten & Firm Vitamin C serum delivers a form of vitamin C that is lipid- and watersoluble, with his proprietary Energy Complex to both boost radiance and collagen. $78, Sephora

Loaded with an Anti-Cell Burnout Complex (fighting oxidative stress thanks to an army of antioxidants) and hyaluronic acid, Caudalie Vine[Activ] Glow Activating anti-wrinkle serum decreases the degradation of the skin as it ages. $55, Sephora and caudalie.com

Powered by its unique Radical New Age Complex the SK-II R.N.A. Power eye cream improves firmness around the eyes lengthwise and crosswise, making your peepers appear bigger and brighter than ever. $135, Sephora and sk-ii.com

Developed by renowned electrical esthetician Melanie Simon (who has a buzzy following for recharging starlets’ skin), the ZIIP handheld electrical skincare device brings her coveted electrical cocktails to the home to create more collagen and elastin, heal tissue, stimulate lymphatic drainage, increase blood circulation and diminish bacteria in the skin. ZIIP Beauty Kit $495, Barneys New York

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