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This Gold Bond lotion 'really gets rid of the crepey neck,' shoppers report — grab it for just $11

It has over 20,000 five-star reviewers, and some have even ditched pricier skin creams.

Lines, wrinkles, looser skin — they're a fact of life once we get a little older. But while aging might be a privilege, aging skin may not exactly feel like one. A healthy, hydrated lifestyle can help, as can a solid skin-care routine. One product to consider for your lineup: Gold Bond Age Renew Crepe Corrector Body Lotion, a favorite among Amazon shoppers that's aimed at refreshing crinkly, crepey skin.

There's a lot packed in here: Seven moisturizers, three vitamins, omega fatty acids, antioxidants and botanicals.

$11 at Amazon

Similar products can get pricey — like, upwards of $80 pricey. At under $12, this Gold Bond lotion is much easier on the wallet, and fans say it does what it promises: namely, firming up loose skin, diminishing crepiness and fine lines, and hydrating the heck out of hands, arms, stomach, thighs — any part of your body that needs TLC. More than 20,000 Amazon shoppers have left glowing reviews, and it was voted 2022 Product of the Year for skincare, an award that's based on a 40,000-person consumer survey by research firm Kantar.

The formula includes ingredients like omega fatty acids, "good fats" that can boost skin's fatty acid composition, helping keep the outermost layers strong. Certain omega fatty acids also work to restore skin's elasticity once it's been damaged, helping reverse that crepey look. Antioxidants are also in the mix to help protect the skin's surface from signs of aging and external factors like UV rays and pollution. In the Product of the Year survey, 82% of shoppers who tried the lotion reported visible improvement in the crepey skin on the backs of their hands and arms in two days.

Gold Bond Age Renew Crepe Corrector Body Lotion
This Gold Bond crepe-correcting cream is a fan favorite — and it's a fraction of the price of its competitors. (Amazon)

"I'm 70 years old, so flappy, lumpy and crepey skin under the upper arms is to be expected," said one shopper. "I have not worn anything sleeveless in three years. I decided to give this a try only because I like Gold Bond Foot Cream, but I didn't think it would really work. Much to my surprise, after three days of using it three times a day, the lumps and crepey skin are gone."

"This product delivers," reported a second happy customer. "I had wrinkles on my neck before using this lotion. But now my 54-year-old neck looks smooth and hydrated."

This shopper agrees: "Really works, and at a reasonable price. I had looked at Crepe Erase, but it was too expensive for me to even try, but Gold Bond for crepe works! And it stays working all day."

"As a person who has tried everything from the cheapest to the most expensive products ... there is something special about this stuff," said yet another fan. "I used to have a multi-product routine, and it was getting sooo expensive. I cut out everything but this, and it's apparently all I need. It really does get rid of the crepey neck ... Try this if you want to save money — it works."

"Finally, a moisturizing cream that hydrates my skin and lasts more than a few hours," said a final reviewer. "It doesn't leave my skin greasy and I've definitely noticed less crepiness. Apparently, it only comes in a fragrance-free version which is not a bad thing, but I wish a light fragrance option was offered."

Hate strongly scented skin-care products? This lotion is fragrance-free. 

$11 at Amazon

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.