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Physicians Formula Skin Concern: Aging Deep Wrinkle Corrector Day & Night Cream, 1.7 Ounces

Ultra-rich cream enhances skin’s cycle of repair, encouraging healthy cell renewal to reveal younger-looking skin. Wrinkle length and depth appear improved with regular use. Helps to improve the moisture barrier, strengthen skin and protect collagen, the key protein in maintaining firm skin.

Key features

  • Anti-Aging
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Hypoallergenic, Fragrance free, Dermatologist approved, Non-comedogenic, Clinically tested

Honest reviews

★★★★★

Diminishes wrinkles & is an excellent moisturizer!!! Great for sensitive skin!!

I have never tried this product before, so when I recently saw it at Walmart…I decided to give it a try and purchase it. I’ve only been using it for a short amount of time, however, I have noticed my furrowed line between my brows is fading, and the wrinkles under my eyes have improved as well!!The consistency of this product is really nice…The cream has such a soft, silky feel to it, and it blends well into your skin. Even though I haven’t been using it that long–> I do see positive results! Especially when I wake up in the morning – I notice my complexion looks more evened out and my skin feels firmer and smoother…I definitely recommend this product for people that have sensitive skin like I do…On the product label, it states that it is hypoallergenic, 100% fragrance free and 100% paraben free.

Earlene Nolan, WV
★★★★★

Don’t waste your money!!!

I was a little excited when I found this stuff on here and couldn’t wait for it to arrive. When it got here, I was VERY disappointed! This stuff is sooooo greasy, it don’t even mix together with the “cream” part! My face was so oily when I tryed to put it on, the “cream” won’t even stick to my fingers because of so much grease! I stuck my finger in it and all that was on my finger was grease dripping from it. It won’t even mix together it’s just clumpy and greasy. It doesn’t smell good either. Don’t waste you money, buy something worth it. I’m going to check Too Faced and see what they have. I only gave it one star because I had to, if I could, it wouldn’t get any stars!

Kathrine Wittman, MD
★★★★★

Physicians Formula Skin Concern Aging: Deep Wrinkle Corrector Day & Night Cream, 1.7 oz

Good moisturizer…hence the 3 stars. The jury is still out on whether it does anything for deep wrinkles. I use it day and night…went through a third of the jar, and don’t notice any improvements yet. Once I finish the jar, I will update on whether this product is worth buying.

Peggy Huntington, NY
★★★★★

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Don’t purchase unless you know what is in the “stuff” and if it is paraben free. Also, be sure it isphenoxyethanol free.Define ItPhenoxyethanol is the preservative that seems to have taken the place of your frenemy paraben. Technically, phenoxyethanol is an aromatic ether alcohol. This ingredient starts out as phenol, a toxic white crystalline powder that’s created from benzene (a known carcinogen) and then is treated with ethylene oxide (also a known carcinogen) and an alkalai. Sounds dreamy.Phenoxyethanol NicknamesDowanolArosolEmery 6705PhenoxetolRose etherPhenoxyethyl alcoholGlycol monophenyl etherBeta-hydroxyethyl phenyl etherWhere It’s UsedPhenoxyethanol is used in many all-natural beauty products touted as being “derived from grapefruits” and has started replacing mercury/thimerosal in almost all vaccines. It’s naturally occurring in green tea, but in cosmetics, it comes from a lab.Why We Need ItAs soon as water is used in a product such as foundation or a mascara, a preservative is needed to kill bacteria. Enter phenoxyethanol, a usual hidden fragrance ingredient and preservative. On the plus side, it’s (usually) non-irritating and formaldehyde-free. Experts and chemists alike claim it’s necessary to have these ingredients in our cosmetics to kill bacteria or else nothing could stay on the shelf. Others say it’s another bad ingredient that you should run from. Why?Banned in JapanHmmm, do they know something we don’t? Japan has restricted phenoxyethanol as an ingredient in all cosmetics. Most countries ban its use to only a 1-percent concentration.Bodily HarmSeveral studies have shown that the toxicity of phenoxyethanol can cause damaging effects to the brain and nervous system, even at moderate concentrations. Again, while it’s thought to be from natural sources, some folks in the beauty biz buy the cheap, synthetic s*** from China. All the danger signs refer to concentrated phenoxyethanol when swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin.

Allyson Jeddo, MI
★★★★★

great cream for the price

with all the expensive creams with retinol in them this one I can use as it does not have retinol.

Minerva Haysville, KS