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Befine Neck Cream Review

Reader Review: Befine Neck Cream

I've said it before and I'll say it again: Don't be Nora Ephron. Take care of the skin on your neck, and you will avoid turkey-wattle skin when you're older. My cohort Giggle knows this, which is why she decided to test-drive a neck cream for our necky edification. Take it away, Giggle:

"Befine Neck Cream ($27.99) has mushroom extracts for firming, iris flower for tightening, and caffeine to even out and smooth. It has a wonderful smell and feels great as a light moisturizer. As far as smoothing or tightening my neck, though, perhaps this is something I might see after long-term use, but I can't say I noticed anything different than I would have with a good moisturizer. I would stick with a heavier moisturizer over a cream formulated for your neck, because I have dry skin."

Both of us like how the Befine product line has an earthy, natural approach to skincare, basing its products on foods that are good for the body with the mantra "you are what you eat." The other ingredients included in this particular product sound promising: sugar cane to help with cellular regeneration and collagen production, and rice peptides to provide antioxidant protection. I still say that sunblock is the best way to prevent wrinkles, but if you're a mushroom fiend who wants to avoid turkey-neck, this cream could be gravy.

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plasticapple plasticapple 9 years
I think it's hilarious to see a women with a tight face and saggy wrinkly neck. Is that bad? They should send Janice Dickenson and those chicks on Real Housewives of Orange County some. STAT.
Beauty Beauty 9 years
I think you could probably use any sort of body firming lotion on the neck area, as well. Just remember that the difference with the skin on your neck is that it is thinner and more sensitive than, say, the skin on your arms and legs. Its more comparable to the skin on your face than anywhere else. So if anything, if you have a great anti-aging face moisturizer you already like, I would say go ahead and slather it on your neck as well, since it is probably better formulated for sensitive skin than the average body moisturizer.
emalove emalove 9 years
I've been wanting to try the BeFine line for awhile now. I like natural products.
Masqueraded_Angel Masqueraded_Angel 9 years
Random question: Would it make any difference if one was to use a firming type of lotion on their neck? I mean, if it works for the rest of your body it would make sense to put it on your neck too, right? And there's so many inexpensive firming lotions out there now that it would be realistic as far as pricing goes.
wickidgrrl wickidgrrl 9 years
hmmm sounds interesting, wouldn't mind trying this. Any freebees for us bellasugar?!? :P
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