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What is the best throat cream on the market?

Started 1282759948.377 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1283045612.403 by chgogirl

Hi Ladies:

I have refused to use a throat cream up till now. I've always used whatever I am putting on my face. However, I am not happy with the way my neck is looking lately. Is there really a difference in a throat cream and face cream? Please advise me what is good and what is a waste of money. Thanks so much.

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DarlingAda128276070442 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

Janet, for me the best creams are:

Isomers - Uncircle

and

Skinn's - Chin-up - he has two kinds I have them both but like the redesifying cream.

I have tried them all and these are the best for the money. They sell them at shop n b c.

Hope that helps.

lyn in MI1282761409.43324564 PostsRegistered 4/29/2007SW Michigan

Janet - I have found a difference in some neck creams. There are certain ingredients that target issues specific to chin, jawline and neck (such as Ovaliss) that shouldn't be applied to our face. I have two fav neck products that I alternate in my weekly routine:

Isomers Uncircle - I began using it in '07

Perricone Firming Neck Treatment - I began using over a year ago.

You don't state what your neck issues are, but you will want to seek out ingredients that target your specific issue(s).

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Janet Cart­er1282763769.197287 PostsRegistered 1/29/2009Texas

Thank you Darling and Lyn. We stopped getting ShopNBC on our cable a year and a half ago and I really miss seeing it.

The problems I have are a circle around my neck and losing firmness. It's not bad yet but if I don't do something quickly it will be.

I think I will try the Uncircle first. I have used Isomers in the past and loved them. I guess not seeing them on teevee any longer I forget about them.

Thanks again for the advice. I will order now and give you a progress report in a month or so.

rebel1282763991.4935458 PostsRegistered 4/27/2007

i really like isomers neck and chin firming cream.

i really thinks this makes a difference.

i wanted firming and decrease in rings on neck

45, Fair, dry, sensitive skin, DSPW, yellow and neutral undertones, Cannot use "cones" high in ingred. deck, natural blonde wavy hair, blue eyes

duclane1282764257.517672 PostsRegistered 12/28/2004

Best neck creme I use everyday is Diane Young"s Conflower Neck Creme. Works instantly - use it everyday. Neck look great. Takes away crepyness-Put it all the way down to chest area.

duclane1282764327.9672 PostsRegistered 12/28/2004

Sorry - It is Coneflower creme-forgot the E.

SuziQ21282764531.0072529 PostsRegistered 9/18/2008
On 8/25/2010 DarlingAda said:

Janet, for me the best creams are:

Isomers - Uncircle

and

Skinn's - Chin-up - he has two kinds I have them both but like the redesifying cream.

I have tried them all and these are the best for the money. They sell them at shop n b c.

Hope that helps.

I have the Isomers Uncircle in the huge liter pump and every time I use it, I break out in little red bumps all over. Don't know why......I use all of the other Isomers products, but this particular one is just not good for me.

Chocolate; It's not just for breakfast anymore.

shoptillId­rop1282764849.459399 PostsRegistered 10/25/2006Michigan

For me, the best neck cream that's worked above all others has been Dr. Perricone's Firming Neck Cream. I use it along with the Neuropeptide Facial Cream.

I do believe the skin on our neck is different than the skin on our face. Products for the face should be carefully applied to our neck.....if at all.

Moisture, moisture, moisture! Make sure you have a great moisturizer for your neck, too.

I tried being patient but it took too long.

ilovedaisi­es1282765626.43158 PostsRegistered 7/20/2010Turn left

I've been using the Bare Minerals neck cream for a week and I think it's pretty good, but it's the first one I've ever used. It seems like the sag looks better but it's probably wishful thinking and overactive imagination.

Deb7771282767024.16929 PostsRegistered 6/25/2005
On 8/25/2010 daisy_marie said:

I've been using the Bare Minerals neck cream for a week and I think it's pretty good, but it's the first one I've ever used. It seems like the sag looks better but it's probably wishful thinking and overactive imagination.

LOL Cute.... wishful thinking and overactive imagination

:)

chicagoan1282772962.31198 PostsRegistered 10/28/2008Chicago (my kind of town)
On 8/25/2010 daisy_marie said:

I've been using the Bare Minerals neck cream for a week and I think it's pretty good, but it's the first one I've ever used. It seems like the sag looks better but it's probably wishful thinking and overactive imagination.

To avoid the "wishful thinking and overactive imagination", take some before and after photos. I'm going to start doing this when trying a new product so I have an objective record of the visual results.

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Janet Cart­er1282788921.62287 PostsRegistered 1/29/2009Texas

@Shoptilldrop:

So I need to use a good moisturizer AND a neck cream? I thought these neck creams were in lieu of moisturizer. Which one goes on first?

Deb7771282791143.3476929 PostsRegistered 6/25/2005

I think you might like perricones cold plasma Sub - D....... I would try if I were you.

I wish I had this a couple years ago.

Its very hydrating and seems to help with that very dry skin on the neck area that you spoke about.

:)

lyn in MI1282792372.2924564 PostsRegistered 4/29/2007SW Michigan
On 8/25/2010 chicagoan said:
On 8/25/2010 daisy_marie said:

I've been using the Bare Minerals neck cream for a week and I think it's pretty good, but it's the first one I've ever used. It seems like the sag looks better but it's probably wishful thinking and overactive imagination.

To avoid the "wishful thinking and overactive imagination", take some before and after photos. I'm going to start doing this when trying a new product so I have an objective record of the visual results.

I agree.

@(-_-)@ ~lyn~
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Nadine12827925591464 PostsRegistered 6/17/2006

I've been using Isomers neck and chin firming for quite awhile and I really wouldn't be without it.

Tricolor1283013899.495270 PostsRegistered 4/19/2010Pittsburgh Suburbs

I used to use the same moisturizer on my face and neck. Then one day I heard Leslie Blodgett say that you must use a separate neck cream because you need that support on the neck. A facial moisturizer cannot provide that. I think you received some wonderful suggestions from all of the beauties. What I found that works for me is by Elysse. It is the Youthspan Resculpting Concentrate. I have noticed the biggest improvement with this product. I then followup with whatever neck cream I have on hand. This concentrate has done more for my neck area than using a cream alone. I have been using this for about a year.

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Dry medium skintone
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battyoldbr­oad1283014570.8631206 PostsRegistered 6/19/2010

I've used a number of 'neck/throat' creams - and although most of them help, I haven't seen any real 'woohooo' results. I've gone back to Philosophy Replenishing Cream - for really dry skin (face/neck) it does the job nicely.

morganjen1283014899.2732692 PostsRegistered 11/25/2004

I've used up my jar of Perricone Firming Face cream and didn't think I'd find anything I like better, but after using the Cold Plasma Sub-D, I actually like it more.

UMTerpFan1283040177.0931733 PostsRegistered 3/26/2010

I think the product choice depends on whether your issues are sagging, jowls, firmness or circles. For sagging, jowls & firmness, I think Perricone's Cold Plasma Sub-D is the best product out there. Next best would be Skinn's Chin Up IMHO. Although Sub-D does help with circles, I haven't really found a product that eliminates them yet.

Brigitta1283044093.85373 PostsRegistered 11/22/2007

I swear by Diane Young's Coneflower Firmer. I've been using it for many years. I'm 69 and my neck looks better than some of my friends who are in their 50's. I use it EVERY morning and night without fail. You must keep the neck skin hydrated in order to avoid crepeness and wrinkling.

RealQuiet1283045470.561872 PostsRegistered 8/13/2007

You don't have to spend a lot of money on a good neck cream. I've tried all the above mentioned and I'm really liking Lacura Firming Face and Neck Cream, a huge 8.46 oz jar, cheap!

It helps alot with crepiness, dryness and the ingredients in it are impressive for the price. jojoba oil, hyaluronic acid, coenzyme Q10 and vitamin E are a few.

It's popular in Europe and you can purchase it in the states at an Aldi store.

chgogirl1283045612.4032161 PostsRegistered 8/5/2007

Isomers neck and chin firming cream. The little droopy skin under my chin disappeared when I used it twice a day for one or two months. It is a thick cream. So I do not like it. When I finished the bottle, I did not open a new one.The droopy skin came again.

I started putting the excess of Isomers cocktail (Accelerated Recovery Serum, Anti-Redness serum, Vit C and E) on my neck few days ago. This morning, the droopy skin disappeared.

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