What a waste of money this product was. I guess if something is called a "treatment", and each treatment comes individually wrapped, our brain is supposed to convince us that we are doing something special for ourselves, and then after the treatment we are supposed to "think" we saw some kind of results....
At a cost of $9 for 6 applications (or over $1 per application), this is a rip-off.
Each strip comes "infused with botanical brighteners, moisturizers etc." You remove the strip from its package, remove the backing, and then lay the strip over your neck, either for 30 minutes, or overnight for a more "intensive" treatment.
I decided to leave mine on overnight. During the night, the strip would sometimes "buckle up" around my neck, and I'd have to lay it flat again. Then one time it began to fall off. But for the most part it stayed put. The next morning it easily came off, and I saw no difference at all in my skin. At least when I use a mask or something, I can usually see an immediate improvement in my skin.
So what is the real purpose then of this special neck "treatment"? And how is it any better than just applying your preferred moisturizer or skin brightener in its liquid form? Would you expect to pay for a moisturizer or skin brightener at a cost of over $1 per application? Or put another way, if you paid $50 for a jar/bottle of moisturizer, would you think that getting less than 50 applications out of it is "inexpensive", especially when the results are less than stellar?
I know that some here have said that the DHC EYE strips (similar in design to their NECK strips) are "inexpensive", and yeah, one could say that $9 isn't alot of money. But if all you get out of that are 6 uses, and the results are nothing extraordinary, that is not inexpensive in my book and is in fact a waste of money.
To me this is just a gimmicky item with no particularly good qualities.