23 Worst Anti-Aging Skin Care Products
Readers say these anti-aging skin care products are just expensive moisturizers (at best) -- ouch
No. 21: Benefit Eyecon, $28TotalBeauty.com average member rating: 6*
Why: Readers call this an "expensive mistake," saying "after applying it twice a day for over a month" or even "five months" they still didn't see "changes under my eyes" or "any lightening at all." One woman asks, "does this product help with under-eye circles? No not really, nor did it firm or smooth my lines. It also burnt my under-eye area. I wasn't at all impressed with this product, and I don't find it worth the money." And one women asks, "what was this supposed to do again?"
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