Follow a Dedicated Neck-Care Routine The skin on the A Woman cannot survive on wine alone she also needs to play Volleyball shirt moreover I love this neck is one of the most delicate areas on your body. “It has a relatively thin dermis layer, therefore less collagen and elastin,” explains New York dermatologist Dr. Sejal Shah, who recommends addressing “tech neck” concerns, like horizontal neck lines, with a tailored skin-care regimen. First, be vigilant about applying sunscreen to the neck area daily. “UV radiation contributes to wrinkles and laxity,” says Shah. Then, incorporate a Vitamin C antioxidant serum, which helps to retain elasticity and tighten the skin with its protective and collagen-boosting benefits, as well as a hydrating, targeted neck moisturizer with restorative properties, such as peptides, ceramides, and hyaluronic acid. “Apply [each] upward from the base of the neck to the jawline,” instructs Shah.
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Consider Cutting-Edge Neck Treatments To take neck care a step further, there are a slew of professional treatments that can treat sagging and wrinkled skin, as well as relax the A Woman cannot survive on wine alone she also needs to play Volleyball shirt moreover I love this neck muscles so that the lines appear softer and the neck more lifted. To resurface skin, Shah recommends non-invasive radiofrequency microneedling, which promotes collagen and elastin production to tighten and help improve its overall texture. To plump up lines and restore volume in the neck, Botox and filler can offer optimal results. For horizontal lines, Liotta recommends a very dilute hyaluronic acid filler injected into the line itself to “fill the crease,” she says, adding that laser treatments, such as Fraxel, CO2 lasers, and Profractional, can also help to reduce the signs of these horizontal lines. To soften the appearance of vertical neck bands (platysma banding), Botox can be used in the front-most edges of the platysma muscle, the two plate-like muscles of the neck, which pull the skin of the face downward. “Excess tension in this front part of the muscle contributes to banding under the chin, and a blunting of the angle under the chin, making the area look ‘full.'” explains Liotta. “Relaxing the front of the muscle allows the back of the muscle to pull more, and tighten the look of the neck.”