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QVC LADIES*******WHAT IS THE BEST NECK CREAM TO TRY??????????????

Started 1337474914.19 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1337533175.087 by sunshine45

I am 60yrs old and considering a neck cream....is there really a difference from regular moisturizer for your face??....some products got some great reviews....just need your opinion again....

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nodecaf1337477044.762435 PostsRegistered 4/15/2007Pinelands

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TooManyCats1337477148.0972694 PostsRegistered 7/5/2009
I like Chin Up by Skinn, and Isomers' Neck & Chin Firming.

MopsyGirl1337477822.7732571 PostsRegistered 2/15/2008

I like the bare escentuals firming neck cream. I can't use it every day because something in it upsets my sensitive skin, but I do notice a difference when I use it!

pjoy1337478301.521544 PostsRegistered 7/27/2005

I hope you get a lot of answers. I've been using Perricone's Sub D and while I liked it at first, I definitely feel like I need something different now. I also have Isomers' Neck & Chin Firming, but don't really care for the thin consistency. Mostly, I want something that works for both the neck and chest area. The lady who did my last facial said you can use the same thing for face, neck and chest, but I have a hard time believing that. The skin is just so different.

KatCat11337479151.88715818 PostsRegistered 7/21/2011

I use my moisturizer or argan oil.

bunky6031337479720.25710105 PostsRegistered 2/11/2012

You can NOT use the same thing on your neck that you use on your face.(I'm a nurse that worked for a dermatologist for years.)

The skin on the neck (and de'collete') is different than on the face. The pores are different in size , amount, and location. You need a much thicker and richer cream for the neck and below.

I've used many products over the years, but now am using StriVectin Neck Cream. It has the right consistency and moisturizer and does a wonderful job.

I often first use Dr. Denese's Hydroshield Serum , and wait for it to "soak in", then use the Strivectin.




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Shelbelle1337523428.24732806 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

Isomers neck and Chin firming

Rachelle1337523537.7331270 PostsRegistered 9/30/2007

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jujubeoh1337525174.8671049 PostsRegistered 12/26/2007

I've used them all... Isomers, Bare Escentuals, Dr. D, etc. I'm currently using the Philosophy Miracle Neck Cream and I'm liking it a lot. I also like the BE one, but it's hard to find. I did notice Q had it on the other night, but I just bought another Philosophy cream.

Brinklii1337525381.37310277 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004Northern WI

Does anything actually work?

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Reva1337525530.857864 PostsRegistered 6/9/2005
On 5/20/2012 Tabbychic said:

Does anything actually work?


I think your skin benefits from any kind of serum with consistent use. Reva

luvitall1337526210.922282 PostsRegistered 10/27/2006
On 5/19/2012 bunky603 said:

You can NOT use the same thing on your neck that you use on your face.(I'm a nurse that worked for a dermatologist for years.)

The skin on the neck (and de'collete') is different than on the face. The pores are different in size , amount, and location. You need a much thicker and richer cream for the neck and below.

I've used many products over the years, but now am using StriVectin Neck Cream. It has the right consistency and moisturizer and does a wonderful job.

I often first use Dr. Denese's Hydroshield Serum , and wait for it to "soak in", then use the Strivectin.

Hey Bunky603, That's exactly what I do! Hydroshield, then StriVectin Tightening Neck Cream. I had thyroid surgery, so my neck is my sore spot......so far it is the best combo I've tried so far......

kabella1337532291.1933681 PostsRegistered 1/30/2012

I agree with Reva...A good firming serum during the day followed by an sfp moisturizer & the same at night with a firming night cream...If used faithfully, it will slow down the aging process. No need for a special neck cream, when using a firming serum that you use for the face also. I've tryed different neck creams & their was no significent difference at least for me. But I don't have any sagging, just a few rings around the neck, which what I use keeps them from worsening.

anonomisss1337532496.471010 PostsRegistered 5/7/2011NY

so many good reviews on dr denese serum, they cant all be wrong,

even paual begone gives it a good review.

slh1337532673.064413 PostsRegistered 10/19/2005NJ (Philly burb)

I found that my Philosophy AG Firming Emulsion is faboo for the neck - not kidding!! AND I also have found Skinn's collagenesis moisture balm too. In the past I've tried neck specific products and remember really liking the BE and Perricone versions. Perricone's is very pricey though with other products providing similar results.

kabella1337533168.4073681 PostsRegistered 1/30/2012

an expensive but great firming serum is PTR unwrinkle & a less expensive Serum that works well is Boot's no7 protect & perfect intense beauty serum, which my mom uses & she is 63 & she has seen improvment with some sagging, it's more affordable & works just as well as PTR & it's 24.99...at Target's & Ulta but Target has a larger inventory of the products.

sunshine451337533175.08738117 PostsRegistered 1/13/2007east coast and west coast

SSC over on hsn has a great neck cream..... in their reverse lift line.

http://www.hsn.com/beauty/serious-skincare-reverse-neck-firming-lotion-improved-with-argifirm_p-1874235_xp.aspx

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