23 Worst Anti-Aging Skin Care Products
Readers say these anti-aging skin care products are just expensive moisturizers (at best) -- ouch
Why: Readers say the product "was way too expensive for something that doesn't work." "I had some hyperpigmented spots on my face from monthly breakouts and wanted to fade them. I tried this product and even after 4 months of regular use, I didn't see a difference. The 2 percent Hydroquinone it contains isn't strong enough to alleviate the dark patches." Another says, "I consistently used this product twice a day as suggested for about half a year. Two bottles later, this gel did not reduce a lick of hyperpigmentation or discoloration. I don't have one positive thing to say about this product, and it is not helped by the fact that it is pricey. Overall, the amount of hydroquinone (2 percent) in this is far too weak to yield results."
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