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It’s official: We’re retiring our turtlenecks and breaking out our favorite wrap dresses and scoop neck tops. Thanks to Dr. Hauschka’s Regenerating Neck and Décolleté Cream, we’re happy to show a little collarbone. This plant-powered formula reduces the appearance of fine lines and moisturizes skin, leaving it soft, radiant, and youthful-looking. So the only rings around your neck will be of the jewelry variety.
I did not get enough of the product to try more than two or three times. I saw no immediate effect to choose to spend the money to retry it.1
The sample was tiny so hard to tell if it worked. But, I don't feel that this is a need in my routine. I just use moisturizer or another serum instead and for a lot less expensive.3
I don't understand the need for a product that costs almost $60 just for my neck. I used it on my face and neck and it was nice but I don't need to add it to my daily routine.3
I generally include my neck when I apply my facial lotion. I really don't see the need for another special cream for the neck and upper chest area.3
I liked this product a little better than the under eye treatment. It felt like it tightened the skin under my jaw line a little. Great fragrance and texture.4
The sample is to small to give a true review. It smells like nutmeg to me. Nice enough just not for me. Texture is nice not to thick or thin.3
The texture was nice, but the smell kept hitting me for about half the day.4
It left my skin moisturized. I didn't brake out from using it. A larger sample would have been nice to formulate a conclusive review.3
Dr hauschka neck cream seems good I've never used a neck cream before would need a larger sample to be able to see its effectiveness4
I need to use a product sample for several days before I can really tell if my skin will react well to it, or if it will be effective. I ran out long before that point -- would never spend $60+ on something that I wasn't able to fully test.2