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Crow's Feet Eraser

CLAIM: This system uses (painless) electric charges to deliver moisturizing hyaluronic acid to the eye area, boosting hydration and softening the look of fine lines.

EXPERT OPINION:"It doesn't compare to a filler, but it's more effective than just applying a cream," says New York dermatologist Heidi Waldorf, noting that electric microcurrents do, in fact, help hyaluronic acid penetrate skin, giving it a "fuller, smoother appearance."

OUR VERDICT: It's a process. After dabbing around eyes with a cleansing wipe, we snapped the activator pod wires into the hyaluronic acid–infused patches and applied them to our faces for 40 minutes. But it was worth it! After removing them, our skin appeared so refreshed, we looked like we'd slept for 12 hours—and it stayed that way for days.

Wrinkle MD from University Medical Professional, $129;

(CREDIT: Time Inc Digital Studio)
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