The neck is one of the most neglected areas of the face, and one that most women become acutely aware of by the time they turn 40. Is it too late to turn back time?
Fortunately, treatments and products will restore the decollete to some of its original condition, but it will take a little time and daily care. The differences between the neck and facial tissue are subtle, but these differences are enough to demand specialized treatments and creams.
Pigmentation and spider naevis are the first signs of ageing in the neck area and similar to the eye area, collagen loss will be the most commonly found protein loss after elastin. How the neck tissue ages are mostly due to the work play lifestyle, this will be reflected as obviously as the backs of our hands. Our genetic blue print will determine the firmness of the jaw-line, length of the neck and the strength and density of collagen.