Do Firming Creams Actually Do Anything?


 Do Firming Creams Actually Do Anything?After testing more products than we can possibly count, we know two things to be true: We wholeheartedly believe in the transformative powers of amazing skincare. The second? We also know to be wary of products that overpromise. As New York City-based board-certified dermatologist Dr. Joshua Zeichner aptly puts it, “Generally speaking, any product that makes claims that sound too good to be true, likely are.” So—where in this matrix do body “firming” creams lie? We talked to top dermatologists, and examined the ingredient lists on the top products in the category to find out.
A dermatologist favorite, this product is often recommended for us in conjunction with in-office body treatments, but on it’s own, the brand’s TriHex Technology still helps support the skin’s production of new collagen and elastin to help improve the appearance of skin texture and crepiness.

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