There are so many $10 creams and cosmetics on the market today that do nothing at all, so it actually gives you a little confidence when you come across one with a premium price tag. Of course, a high price doesn’t mean a guarantee that it will actually work, but at the same time the very best creams on the market have never been given away for pennies. As such, it’s worth asking as to where exactly Necksil fits into the equation.
So, the question is, Will Necksil justify its relatively high price, or in this case would you be just as well-off going for a $10 alternative?
According to the manufacturer, Necksil mounts a dual attack on the signs of aging and restoring moisture to the skin of the neck while bringing back its firmness and resilience. It does this with a whole host of natural ingredients – all of which are listed on the product’s website and are in most cases explained in detail. What’s also great to see is a detailed timeline that tells you exactly when you should be seeing results and what you should be seeing. As such, the $70 price is starting to look reasonable enough as if Necksil can really do as it promises, this isn’t a high price to pay at all.
Looking at the positive points first, Necksil is suitable for all skin types and all ingredients that go into it are listed in full online. In addition to this, the brand behind it has a strong reputation in the field, while a fair selection of positive reviews support the claims of the product. You can make use of some generous discounts if you buy Necksil in larger amounts, it’s easy to pick up online, and again it’s always nice to see a results timeline being offered – some highly attractive and very real pluses.
As for the downsides, the biggest of all is the plain and simple fact that when a product is sold for $70 per jar, you cannot get away with not offering some kind of money back guarantee. This is just too much to pay when there’s a risk of not getting a penny back if it doesn’t work. What’s more, reviews are not what you’d call unanimously positive and there are certainly those for whom Necksil doesn’t seem to have worked at all. As such, it’s tipping back in the favor of the product’s real minuses.
In terms of ingredients, it’s pleasing to see that the whole list has been divulged in full on the official Necksil website, so no nasty surprises when it’s delivered.
According to the disclosure, it works its magic thanks to its use of polysorbate-60, Cucumis sativus (cucumber) fruit extract, glycolic acid, Deionized water, aloe barbadensis leaf (Aloe Vera gel) juice, isopropyl myristate, Macrocystis pyrifera extract, hydrolyzed wheat protein, PVP, stearic acid, cetearyl alcohol, glyceryl stearate, PEG-100 stearate, sodium polyacrylate, Panax ginseng extract, tocopheryl acetate (vitamin-E), mineral methylisothiazolinone, oil, and parfum (fragrance).
Even with all the testing, verification, and reassuring promises in the world, it’s just not enough when you are expected to shell out a full $70 for something that does not come with a money back guarantee. In addition, the fact that lots of reviews are negative and not positive is another very disappointing case for Necksil. All in all, this is not a good product choice and can not be recommended.