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Anti-aging measures are often taken to the extreme, and thanks to a recent poll conducted by Elizabeth Arden, we know just how far some are willing to go! While 24% of the women polled said they'd invest in a cosmetic procedure, 33% admitted that they'd give up social media for an entire year if it meant a younger-looking appearance, the Huffington Post reports. With the mix of potent serums like the Fresh Black Tea Age-Delay ($80; fresh.com) and Algenist's Advanced Anti-Aging Repairing Oil ($79; sephora.com) on the market, such extremes aren't needed-Fresh's formula combats free radicals and has an instant smoothing effect, while Algenist's oil enlists brown algae extract to restore elasticity and impart a firmer texture. Also of note: Kiehl's Super Multi-Corrective Cream ($62; kiehls.com), which is the real-life counterpart to Photoshop's blur tool on fine lines with its hyaluronic acid-rich formula. Luckily, there isn't any proof linking social media to signs of aging, so weRead More »from Would You Quit Social Media for a Year to Look Younger? 33% of Women Would!