Neck Cream Reviews
With the skin care market becoming "busy" in the neck cream space, we thought we would provide neck cream reviews of what we think are the top products for controlling wrinkles on the neck and improving overall neck skin appearance. The market has offered a fairly large number of anti-wrinkle creams. Some of them work very well; others are slower to show their touted effect. The top names in anti-wrinkle neck creams are L’Oreal, Clarins, Lacura, Reventin and Bare Minerals.
Reventin Anti-Aging Neck Firming Drops:
While Reventin may offer some of the pricier cosmetics these drops cost about $12.00 for two ounces. It is one of the products reviewed that is the most difficult to find. Some ingredients listed are; marine complexes and herbal remedies shown to improve complexion. This along with Glucosamine, pea extract and plant silica comprise the ingredients that have been shown to increase the turnover of cells by more than eighty percent in one week. Studies have shown it can reduce skin wrinkles and lines by 45% in as little as four weeks. So far all accounts show that finding these drops to purchase may take some time.
Dermanecx Neck Firming Cream
Dermanecx is probably one of the most well-rounded of the neck creams we reviewed. It was developed to reduce wrinkling and sagging of neck skin - both short-term and long-term, and it has some pretty powerful ingredients for improving the health of the sensitive tissue around the neck, under the chin, and the upper chest area. It comes in a 1.7 fl oz airless pump container that is easy to use and helps protect the cream form "going bad" prematurely. It's retail list price is $59.95 buy can be purchased on SkinEnergizer.com (direct from the manufacturer) for $38.60 which makes it competitively priced - especially for the active ingredients that are used.
For an ingredients perspective, Dermanecx is a very high-end neck cream. The formula consists of several typically very expensive ingredients like Aurasphere, Pronalen, and TensUp and PephaTight in an Aloe cream base. Aurasphere was developed by CenterChem (a leading cosmetic research firm) specifically for reducing wrinkles on the neck and for tightening neck tissue. PephaTight is used in many of the top wrinkle creams for "instant" firming. For the money, Dermanecx is probably the best neck cream available; given the ingredients listing, retail price in large department stores such a Sachs Fifth Avenue would probably approach $150...so, $38.60 is a huge bargain.
Bare Minerals Extra Firming Neck Cream
This cream is available in a 1.7 oz. jar at the competitive price of around $40.00. This cream uses 100% Pure ActiveSoil complex. This price is competitive in the medium-priced range creams. Ingredients of Bare Minerals are numerous and comprised of the highest quality. It is paraben free which is important, along with being artificial oil and synthetic fragrance free; making it easier for sensitive skin to absorb. Users state it is absorbed quickly, without leaving a residue. Many people have reported enjoying the glow this cream leaves on their skin. Most complaints found are due to the price for the amount of cream you get.
L’Oreal Advanced Revitalift Face & Neck Day Cream
L’Oreal offers one of those creams that is also well within the realm of affordable anti-aging skin care. It is priced at about $13.00 to $14.00 per container; a rate even the homemaker on a budget can indulge in. You may have to expect a little price variation from store to store. It is a cream that is recommended to be applied twice a day to a clean face and neck. Among the many reviews for this well-known brand of cream, you will find the majority are favorable. The container holds 1.7 ounces of encapsulated Pre-Retinol A as well as Prolastyl. This non-greasy and non-comedogenic neck cream is well received by its users and has high ratings on most major review sites. Among the many ingredients that are shown to help skin such as beeswax you should be aware will also find parabens. In regards to the many different anti-aging studies you will need to spend some time reading about parabens and make a decision if you’re choosing only creams without these chemicals.
Clarins has received a lot of different feedback. Many users describe being a little sensitive to its heavy perfume scent. About half of the women who have tried it would recommend this product to a friend. While some have noticed significant improvement, others have not had results quite as noticeable. For a price that ranges from $70.00 to $110.00 for 1.7 ounces, the expectations are probably higher. Many of those who have used this cream with regularity see a tightening of the skin around the neck and an improved tone. It is said to go on smooth and that the skin absorbs it quickly. While this product does have several high-quality ingredients, it should be noted it is one that has parabens as well. You can find the product at most major department stores.
Lacura Firming Face and Neck Cream
This is one of the least expensive cosmetic creams available and can be purchased for $6.99 from Aldi. This price is for the amount of 8.45 oz. of cream. Like many skin creams on the market, its ingredients aren’t listed on the Aldi website. By all accounts users are satisfied when using Lacura and it seems to work with all skin types. Some of the drawbacks to this cream are that there are no real, clinical studies backing the claims that are made, in addition to no guarantee of satisfaction or free samples. There are two very important positives to this cream and they are that there are many reviews from clients who are very happy with the results they are seeing and it is one of the most reasonably priced creams on the market.
Our neck cream reviews are not totally inclusive of all the products that are available, and these reviews only provide a summary of customer feedback, pricing, target purpose, and active ingredients. In reviewing any of these products, it's important to understand the active ingredients are most important - in fact, as a manufacturer, they are the only important deciding factor in reviewing a products for your use. It has been said many times to "look at the label"; and while this has become common practice with consumer goods such as foods and drinks, it has only recently become an issue for skin products and cosmeceuticals - primarily because of a lack of understanding of the benefits of the wide range of ingredients used.