You may not get rid of neck wrinkles completely using at-home treatments, but I'll show you how to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, crepey neck skin and fade brown spots (see my before and after picture below).
In a few months you could see a smoother, firmer younger looking neck. Check out my before and after pictures below...
Neck wrinkles, those little horizontal lines across the middle of the neck, are a big issue for most women and men. The worst is part is you never seem them forming, they just seem to crop up overnight and just won't go away!
And, once you notice them - that's all you'll notice all day, every day! It can drive you crazy and make you wish you can wear turtleneck sweaters in the summer.
Well, you may not get rid of them completely, but we have several options to help reduce the appearance of neck wrinkles and beautify your neck without surgery or expensive procedures!
Keep on reading below and be sure to scroll down and check out my before and after pictures...
Inexpensive Over-The-Counter Solutions That Work
We know there are a hundreds of options for reduce wrinkles including injections, Botox, laser treatments, RF treatments, etc...
But for those looking for inexpensive solutions you can make at-home or purchase on-line, you can expect to see significant improvements. I'm living proof! Just at look at these pictures and scroll down to see what I used.
OK, so there are several things you can do to improve the quality of the skin on your neck and help reduce the appearance and depth of neck wrinkles and lines. These include:
Exfoliate Your Neck
Your skin (whether on your face, neck, or body) needs help shedding dead skin cells. This is especially important if you're over 40 since the skin cannot exfoliate itself as well as it used to. Using a mild scrub, gently exfoliate the skin on your neck and chest.
When dead skin cells settle into wrinkles, they seem to exaggerate that wrinkle even more. So make sure to exfoliate your neck skin at least once a week and follow-up with a great moisturizer.
What type of scrub to use? I mix a tiny amount of sugar and face oil (you can use Jojoba oil or even olive oil) into a creamy paste and scrub my neck and chest once a week. Here is an example of one I made at-home.
*Just make sure you test it on a small area first if your skin is extra sensitive.
Dry Neck Skin Looks More Wrinkled
Keeping your neck skin hydrated won't make wrinkles go away, but it can help keep you skin looking healthier and plumper and minimize the look of wrinkles.
I like to use moisturizers that also protect (think anti-aging) my skin from aging. So I use a CBD Antioxidant moisturizing cream. Pure CBD oil extracted without chemicals can actually bond to the skin cell receptors and help protect the skin against various skin disorders.
This is powerful stuff. You can read about it here...
But any cream you like can help as long as it's really hydrating your skin. If you have to keep applying it in order for your skin to feel smooth and soft, then it's not hydrating enough for your skin type.
Neck Patches Hydrate Too
Occasionally, I like to use SIO Neck and Chestlift Reusable Wrinkle-smoothing medical grade silicon patches. These little beauties help your skin hold-on to moisture longer. I'll use them before a special event or a few times a month during dry, cold winter months.
Feed Your Skin and Build Collagen with Vitamin C Serum
Help encourage collagen production, reduce lines, wrinkles, and brown spots with concentrated L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C) serum. This step is a MUST especially for reducing brown spots anywhere on your body.
A pure concentrated vitamin C serum can do the follow:
In the first photo you can see the results I received in 9 months after following these neck wrinkle solutions.
Here in the second photo you see my results about two year later.
Can you make your own vitamin C serum at home? Yes, I guess you can. But, I'm not a chemist and am not sure on the exact portions of vitamin C powder to serum ratio.
I've been using this concentrated Vitamin C serum for years. It's super rich, luxurious, hydrating and seems to work just great for me. So, I'll stick with this one. Click on the link below to learn more.
Massage Your Neck Skin Daily Using The Brush Method
Specific face/neck exercises and massages can help firm skin, build and strengthen the muscles of the neck and even the firm up lower part of the face. Here is just a sample of a neck massage you can do to help firm up the skin each time you apply your moisturizer.
Note: If you perform a full face/neck exercise routine you'll see a lot of other areas of your face (in addition to your neck) become firmer, lifted and fuller. Check out my before and after pictures here...I'm older in the after picture, but my skin looks better than before.
Don't expect results overnight
Well, some people say they see immediate (but temporary) results using the SiO Neck Patch. And, many women have told me they see a significant improvement in skin tone when using the vitamin C Crystal Serum.
But, like anything involving wrinkles and anti-aging techniques, skin changes take time. It took months to see the results you see in these pictures.
So be patient and don't skip steps if you want full results.
Get into good skincare habits. You can see from my photos above that improvements are possible. The difference between the before and after neck wrinkles and skin tone is incredible!
What About Other Neck Wrinkle Creams?
There are thousands of face and neck wrinkle creams on the market. But just applying an over-the-counter cream won't:
And, unless the cream contains a lightening agent or fresh pure vitamin C (L-ascorbic-acid) those brown spots probably won't go away.
I've tried other options and so far, this is the only one that has worked for me and hundreds of others who followed the Carolyn's Facial Fitness program.
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