Pricey creams aren't better

January 1, 2007

New York - Luxury-price wrinkle creams don't work any better than drugstore brands, according to a study by Consumer Reports magazine.

New York - Luxury-price wrinkle creams don't work any better than drugstore brands, according to a study by Consumer Reports magazine.

The magazine ranked Olay's Regenerist, priced at about $19, as the most effective of those studied, but said none of the products made a significant difference in the skin's appearance.