Clarins Advanced Extra-Firming Neck Cream is aptly named. If you are comparing it to other neck creams, it is definitely advanced. And I can attest that it is definitely extra-firming. But it also is creamy and hydrating which eliminates any crepeyness, and smoothes out lines and wrinkles. What ever Clarin's secret formula is they alone know, but it works. It is also a bit on the pricey side but most clients are so pleased with the results that they are perfectly willing to pay for it.
On the less expensive side is Bliss Spa's Thinny Chin Chin. Which is also aptly named because the formula is rather, well, thin. I was amongst those who believed that a neck cream must be thick to really work, but Thinny Chin Chin disabused me of that notion. I was also a believer that neck creams had to be prohibitively expensive, and once again, Thinny Chin Chin proved me wrong. Clients who swear by it always exclaim to me: "But it is so cheap!" Best of all, wearing this neck cream is like holding things together with a teeny tiny invisible suspension bridge.
If your neck and decollete are in serious need of repair you may want to consider using a firming serum underneath your neck cream. StriVectin has a duo that work wonderfully together. If you pair StriVectin-TL Tightening Neck Cream with their StriVectin Tightening Face Serum you will be a happy camper indeed. For some reason I'm not as crazy about using either one of them on their own, but paired together - watch out - you will see instant results. Keep in mind too, that StriVectin has been a leader in anti-aging skincare for over 25 years now. If you want to test out this combo Sephora has a starter kit that also includes a firming eye serum.
So will a neck cream work for you? As long as you are not expecting to look like you've had a face lift or liposuction, I think with the right cream you will be very pleased.