5 Refreshing Serums to Stay Forever Young (More or Less)

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Mike Lorrig

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The latest in anti-aging skin solutions combines science with tea leaves, Japanese algae and tropical fruit to brighten and de-wrinkle — and (hopefully) put age on ice.

Scientists haven't figured out how to freeze time just yet — but they've come close with new anti-aging solutions.

These five serums not only refresh the face with natural ingredients (think: vitamins, ginseng, red algae) but also help to keep everything in place so you can put your best face forward.

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Very Cherry

Clarins’ Mission Perfection Serum uses vitamin C and antioxidant-rich Barbados cherry to help soften dark spots; $72, at Sephora.

Flaw-Reducing Fluid

Radical Skincare’s Radical Perfection Fluid de-emphasizes imperfections with collagen-boosting Peptides and light-diffusing ingredients. Goldie Hawn loves the brand; $75, at Barneys New York, Beverly Hills.

Simply Soothing 

Chanel’s La Solution 10 de Chanel is a moisturizer geared for sensitive skin (even post-peel) with just 10 ingredients, including antioxidant silver needle tea; $80, at Neiman Marcus, Beverly Hills.

Tired-Eyes Elixir 

Arcona’s Eye Dew Plus contains shea butter and anti-inflammatory blueberry extract to minimize puffiness and fine lines around the eyes; $95, at Nordstrom, The Grove.

Beauty Rest

Amy Adams is a fan of Tatcha, whose Luminous Overnight Memory Serum Concentrate has Okinawa red algae and ginseng extracts to help cells lock in moisture as you sleep; $110, at Tatcha.com.