Top anti wrinkle neck creams

Updated March 23, 2017

Our skin starts ageing much sooner than most of us would like. Many companies have worked to manufacture products that can prevent, and sometimes even reverse, signs of ageing. The neck seems to wrinkle and lose it's firmness more quickly than other parts of our body. Though this is unfortunate, there are things we can do to combat signs of ageing in this area. Certain anti-wrinkle neck creams seem to help reverse signs of ageing.

Rénergie Microlift Neck R.A.R.E.

Rénergie Microlift Neck R.A.R.E. is a neck cream produced by Lancome, Paris. According to, "the Biostimulating technology delivers a dynamic impulse which spreads from the surface through all skin layers." This pulse is supposed to create firmer and more elastic skin on the chin and neck areas. Wrinkles are allegedly also reduced with continued use of the product. As of August 2010, a 48.2gr jar cost £52.

Dermajuv Neck Restoration Cream

Dermajuv releases anti-ageing products that fight wrinkles and produce firmer skin. Dermajuv Neck Restoration Cream is specially designed for areas on your neck. It fights wrinkles, hydrates skin and firms sagging skin. It absorbs readily and can be used daily. As of August 2010, one 60ml. bottle goes for £64.90, while two 60ml. bottles cost £83.

Clarins Advanced Extra-Firming Neck Cream

Clarins Advanced Extra-Firming Neck Cream helps smooth away lines and lifts skin tissue. It has a super light feel and smooths into the skin flawlessly. According to it provides "daily protection against pollutions and free radicals." The neck cream contains stimulants that reinforce "guardian cells," which help keep skin firm. As of August 2010, a 48.2gr jar cost £52.

Elite Neck & Chest V-covery

Elite Neck & Chest V-covery works to reduce the number of wrinkles on the neck and chest. This product is produced by Elite Skin. According to, "the skin on the neck is laying on a very fibrous fascia-like sheet. So when the ageing process sets in, the skin responds by wrinkling faster than other parts of the body." As of August 2010, a 30ml. jar costs £51.

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