23 Worst Anti-Aging Skin Care Products
Readers say these anti-aging skin care products are just expensive moisturizers (at best) -- ouch
Why: One reader says she's "not very impressed with this product," because it is "very expensive and it doesn't live up to its name." Another elaborates, "this is really an overpriced product that simply didn't deliver the results it claimed it does. I used it faithfully, and it just kind of left a residue that was difficult to apply cosmetics on top of. I don't have many lines, but this didn't do anything for them. It isn't worth the money. There are plenty of drugstore products that deliver better results [for] less cost." One woman says, "I purchased this product based on its claims … I saw little to no results with repeated use after 30 days … Don't waste your money."
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