Sagging neck skin challenge – here is my update.........................................
In January, I set out to find a non-surgical treatment to help tighten and firm up my turkey neck. This time I was smart enough to take before and after pictures for each step of my progress.
I originally started this challenge because many women asked my “why are we unable to exercise the skin on the neck?”
Many were told that because (like under eye skin) the skin on the neck is very thin and delicate and exercising and massaging this area will only cause more wrinkles and sagging.
I'm not sure why some people say that, because I'm proof that it's not true. Unless some people are doing the wrong type of exercises!?
Over the last few months I’ve learned a few key tips to successful face and neck exercising. Here a few key, but very important points for good results.
It's important to:
The first one, building a good foundation, is important for firmer looking skin. Since facial muscles are directly attached to the skin, if you firm the muscle, the skin goes along for the ride.
A light touch and moisturizer helps protect the delicate, damaged skin until it can tolerate more pressure. Over time, as your skin becomes stronger and thicker, you can apply more pressure and use less cream.
A sharper jawline!
If you look closely at my jawline in the above pictures, you’ll notice a firm, more defined contour. This makes me SO HAPPY because I used to have a very defined jawline with a heart shaped face.
But sometime in my mid-fifties I noticed that my jawline was softening and my lower face was looking heavier – taking on a more square or rectangular shape.
These are classic signs of facial aging and happens to all of us – no matter what shape face we have. But, the GREAT news is it can be fixed!
Even though I’m mortified on how horrible my before picture is, I am elated that it’s fixable without surgery and hope to help others firm up sagging neck skin and regain those youthful facial contours again.
Like I always say – I don’t mind growing old, as long as I always look the same or as close to what I looked like as a young adult.
Want to know how I did this? Click here Neck Firming routine to learn more.
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