As one gets older, skin usually sags especially when it is not cared for properly. One of the most problematic areas is the skin on the neck area. Many people even develop “turkey neck” which is the severe loosening of the skin in the neck. There are anti-aging products designed specifically for this problem. These products are called neck creams or serums. Let’s take a closer look at a popular neck cream and check if it is really effective or not.
StriVectin-TL Tightening Neck Cream is designed to make the skin on the neck more firm and tight to prevent sagging. It claims to be clinically proven to visibly restore firmness, contour and shape of the neck and jaw line. It also contains ingredients that moisturize the skin and promote collagen production to make it more elastic which also helps reduce sagging. The product is cream-based and is for topical application. It is paraben-free and can be ordered online. According to the product’s website, it is also available in select retail stores and supermarkets.
Does StriVectin-TL Tightening Neck Cream Work?
StriVectin-TL Tightening Neck Cream claims to be clinically proven to be effective according to its website. However, there are no details provided on the clinical study proving its effectiveness. There are many positive reviews from people who have tried this neck cream which is a good sign that it works. However, there is also some negative feedback from users saying it isn’t very effective in treating “turkey neck” and tightening the skin on the neck. It may be effective for simple cases of neck sagging but may not be effective for more severe problems.
Aqua, butyrospermumparkii butter, glycerine, myristylnicotinate, caprylic triglyceride, isononylisononanoate, C12-15 alkyl benzonate, butylene glycol, cetearyl alcohol, PEG-100 stearate, PPG-3 benzyl ether myristate, minethicone, pentylene glycol, acrylic acid copolymer, steareth-2, behenyl alcohol, polyacrylamide, sodium polystyrene sulfonate, caprylyl glycol, phenoxyethanol, panthenol, C10-30 alkyl, acrylate crosspolymer, benzyl alcohol, sorghum bicolor stalk juice, C13-14 isoparaf-n, sodium hydroxide, sorbic acid, tetrasodiumedta, xanthan gum, benzoic acid, chlorphenesin, laureth-7, cyatheacumingii leaf extract, algae extract, ceramide 2, D-limonene, malusdomestica fruit cell culture extract, cyperusrotundus root extract, hydrolysed hyaluronic acid, lonicera japonica flower extract, xanthium sibiricum fruit extract, sodium benzoate, lecithin, potassium sorbate, lepidiumsativum sprout extract, tetrapeptide-21, dipropylene glycol, methyldihydrojasmonate, citrus aurantiumdulcis oil, hexamethylindanopyran, cituslimon fruit extract and ethyl linalool.
StriVectin-TL Tightening Neck Cream is easy to use. It just needs to be applied twice a day after cleaning the neck area or taking a bath.
StriVectin-TL is among the most popular neck creams today. The only problem is that it isn’t clinically proven to be effective. The product’s website claims that it is but there is no information on the clinical test proving its effectiveness. One of the advantages of the product is that many people who have tried it claim it really works. On the other hand there are also some users who say it isn’t very effective in tightening loose skin on the neck area. Overall, this is a good product but there are better neck creams available on the market.
Good Product! Loose neck skin runs in my family so I started using neck creams last year when I turned 40. I have tried more than a few products already and so far this is the best one I have tried. After using it for 3 weeks I have noticed that the skin on my neck and my jaw line feels and looks more firm. The only downside of this product is the high price. – Glen R., Calgary, AB
This is not a very effective neck cream! I’ve had turkey neck for more than 5 years and I totally hate it. My problem is very bad probably because I lost a lot of weight in the last few years. I have tried every neck cream out there and StriVectin-TL is just like every other product I have tried. It is nothing more than a moisturizer. I’m currently thinking about having surgery to tighten the skin on my neck. – Mark S., New York, NY