You may party as if there is no tomorrow, but tomorrow always comes _ along with puffy eyes, dark circles and other signs of late-night revelry. Here is a sampling of products designed to brighten your eyes, invigorate your skin and help banish the after-party blues.
_ Apivita Party Recovery Kit ($16 at apivita.us): Included are cleansing tissues with chamomile, apricot face scrub, eye mask with ginkgo biloba, face mask with orange, and a stimulating mask for legs and feet.
_ Wei East Chestnut Natural Face Lift ($38 at weieast.com): Sagging dull skin is toned and lifted in 10 minutes, thanks to the healing properties of green tea, Chinese chestnut and wild honey.
_ Philosophy Dark Shadows ($33 at Sephora stores, philosophy.com): Silicone-based brightening balm reduces the appearance of bags and puffiness.
_ SkinCeuticals Hydrating B5 Masque ($45 at skinceuticals.com): Hydrating masque plumps the skin to reduce the appearance of fine lines and droopy skin. Keep it in the refrigerator for a refreshing boost when applying.
_ Tracie Martyn LotuSculpt Eye Pads and Activator ($45 and $55 at traciemartyn.com): Fine lines and dark circles appear less obvious as eye pads moisturize and soothe.
_ timeBalm Concealer ($16 at Sephora stores and sephora.com): Beeswax-based concealer helps cover wrinkles and dark circles.
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