Do you buy skin creams and lotions that promise to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles? Many of us do. So here’s an interesting bit of research on the psychology behind those purchases.A series of focus groups conducted for Health
The report says that in general, participants’ expectations of the products are quite low. But they’re even lower for older women, who consider their own expectations more realistic than the product’s claims or advertisements.
Over all, survey participants didn’t believe the claims of the skin-care merchants.
However, women who have not yet had to deal with sagging jaw lines or permanent bags below their eyes are more willing to be convinced that the stuff they apply to their faces will protect them against what many older women accept as inevitable. The bottom line stay away from anything that sounds too good to be true.