"Lots of products promise to erase the signs of aging. The trick is figuring out which really deliver. Because we know how disappointing it is to buy a dud, we enlisted a team of top dermatologists to find out which new anti-agers—eye creams, day creams, night creams, peels, and more—truly help turn back time".
"Here's how it worked: Each product (35 total) was used by five women over age 40 for up to 8 weeks. A derm then analyzed their skin using equipment like the Visia Complexion Analysis machine, which shows improvement in wrinkles, spots, and pore size. One beautiful discovery: You don't have to spend big bucks to look years younger. Not only did these seven skin care stars deliver on their claims, all the winners are $50 or less. Like we said, they're real winners"! (Here is a link so you can check them out too: http://online.prevention.com/beauty-awards-2010/index.html). In time, I intend to try them all.
I was not completely surprised to see that my current eye cream, Anew Reversalist Illuminating Eye System, won in this category. I think it's terrific and I recommend it often. I am frequently asked about eye creams, specifically, ones that reduce the appearance of dark under eye circles. I am fortunate, not to have this beauty woe to contend with and always feel badly when I come up short with suggestions. I decided to also review past Prevention winners, and happily discovered last years choice, Skin Effect (by Dr. Jeffery Dover) Cell 2 Cell Anti-Aging Eye Cream, targets and solves this problem, specifically. I have used other Skin Effects products, (available at CVS nationwide, as well as online) and I have never once been disappointed.
In fact, I would even stick my