Anti-Aging Skin Creams: FDA Warns About Label Claims

It’s a dark jar with a silvery top that holds a skimpy 1.7 ounces of Lancí´me night cream for a hefty $98. If you use it on your face nightly, the label promises the cream will “boost the activity of your genes” and “stimulate cell regeneration to reconstruct skin to a denser quality.” The product even cites an in-vitro test that screened “over 4,000 genes” so Lancí´me could create the cream’s skin-regenerating formula. Other Lancí´me products mysteriously claim that they “improve …