Many databases will have filters allowing you to limit your results to review research articles. Often you will be able to restrict or filter your search results to the content most relevant to you.
i.e. Limiting by date range, Limiting to Full Text
It is easy to limit your search results to a date range. For example, if you are searching on the EBSCOhost platform, you can specify the 'to" and "from" dates using the drop down options under Published Date. You will find this under Search Options, then Limit your results or you can get to it from the Advanced Search screen.
Use the Methodology limiter to narrow to Literature Review. You may also want to try systematic review or meta analysis.
Use the Article Type limiter to narrow to Review articles.
In Web of Science
Use the Document Types limiter to narrow to Review.
Use the Article Types limiter to narrow to specific types of articles. Click on customize for more options, including specific types of review articles, such as systematic reviews.
To find reviews in a database like Google Scholar, you can try adding the word "review" to your search.
It is more challenging to limit to specific types of articles in a database like GS, but if you find a relevant result, simply reading the abstract will tell you if it's a review or an original/empirical article.
To find out if it's a peer-reviewed article, you can run a search for the journal itself to learn if the articles are peer-reviewed. You can also check the jounrnal in the Ulrichs database.