7 Worst Anti-Aging Night Creams
See which popular night creams our readers say suck
Why: Don't be fooled by its high price tag. "As soon as the rep put this on my skin, it started to burn," says one woman. "I couldn't get it off fast enough." Another reviewer says she "tried the product by itself, and also under moisturizer and the repair serum didn't seem to make any difference as to how hydrated [my] skin was." Some say, "it feels good going on" although they "never actually see results." One disappointed reader states, "I was better off splashing water on my face before applying my moisturizer." So "if you want to get rid of fine lines, look elsewhere."
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