Specific anti-ageing strategies for the neck

Specific anti-ageing strategies for the neck

The neck is by far one of the most delicate parts of the body: the skin in this area contains less supporting collagen than in the face and this provides fertile ground for wrinkles, sagging and signs of ageing, which are visible much earlier. The risk of a young-looking face on a neck that already has wrinkles starts just after the age of 30. The basic rule is: take as much care as you do of your face. Apply make-up remover in the evening even there, with the right protection factor, and don't miss a mask a week.

Wrinkles on the neck form due to the sagging of tissues caused by the normal ageing process and the reabsorption of factors such as hyaluronic acid, elastin and collagen. There are of course other factors that add to the time such as sun exposure, frequent use of tanning lamps, smoking, poor hydration, medication, stress and pollution.it is, however, possible to delay this type of skin ageing by using lots of good, specific cream, drinking lots of water and intervening with non-invasive aesthetic medicine treatments such as bio-revititalising, vitamin andhyaluronic acid treatments.

Here are the best anti-ageing strategies for neck and décolleté:

Firming creams: theyrecompact the dermis, making it denser and thicker .The result is a toned skin that does not fear sagging. Firming creams are formulated with active ingredients that promote skin elasticity. Dermis cells are thus stimulated to work better, so that the tissue fibres remain elastic. Inaddition, they moisturise and nourish the skin to counteract loss of tone by deeply stimulating the production of new collagen, which creates a stronger support structure.

Chemical peeling: this is used to eliminate dead cells from the surface layer of the skin and, at the same time, helps the epidermis to regenerate. Sun, cold and weather are the skin's worst enemies, not to mention spots, scars, hyperchromia and wrinkles. Peeling is one of the most effective and above all least invasive solutions. itis a treatment recommended from the age of 30 and suitable for superficial wrinkles .One session a week or even every two for four to six months is enough.

Fractional laser: this is alight treatment to tone the skin of the neck, which stimulates the production of elastin and collagen, two substances that contribute to restoring firmness to the skin of the neck without damaging it. The laser is recommended from 35-40 years of age and is suitable for superficial wrinkles. About 4 or 5 sessions are required, one every fortnight, and the effect can last up to a year.

Hyaluronic acid neck fillers: these areused to fill in the furrows in the neck. This isdone with microinjections of hyaluronic acid, a substance that not only moisturises but also makes the tissues firmer and stimulates collagen production. It is applied from the age of 40 once a month, two or three times, and is a treatment suitable for deep wrinkles, the effect of which lasts up to a year.

PDO lifting: is a new approach for lifting the face, neck and décolleté with self-anchoring PDO (polydioxanone) threads, a non-invasive procedure that guarantees a natural effect and good durability with minimal invasiveness.