There’s no question about it. Celebrities have been instrumental in upping the game when it comes to beating signs of skin aging. Hands down, the beautiful skin of celebs have inspired the whole world and proved beyond reasonable doubt that youthful skin can be achieved even when you’re 40 and beyond. When saggy skin on your neck is the top skin issue you are contending with, the prettiest faces in Hollywood have shared the best solution to make skin firmer and tighter.
You’re in for the best-kept secrets to beautiful neck skin
Other than the best neck cream for saggy skin, celebs from 20 to 60 and beyond have spilled the best treatments and remedies for aging neck skin that can help vanish wrinkles and saggy skin in as short as 24 hours. Want to know how you too can keep up with celebrity Hollywood’s youthful skin? Keep reading!
The celebs tell all about how they keep their neck and decolletage young and age-free:
1. Kim Kardashian. The biggest reality celeb of all time (so far) and, now mother of two continues to proudly bare her flawless neck and chest areas for the cameras whether on the red carpet or, while vacationing somewhere next to the beach. She reveals on her personal website: “Laser treatments are super cutting edge and I love them as preventive measures to deal with aging before it happens…I especially love laser ultrasound”.
The treatment combines laser therapy and ultrasound therapy to lift saggy skin and smoothen out fine lines. This combination treatment delivers immediate improvements to some but, it may not work as effectively for people who have deeper seated wrinkles or significant amount of loose and excessive skin on the neck area.
2. Khloe Kardashian. Another one of the Kardashian-Jenner sisters is embracing another completely different solution to saggy neck skin: Kybella. Kybella is an FDA-approved injectable particularly addressing double chin and excess fat on the chin. When the product was launched in 2016, Khloe was chosen to become brand ambassador.
Here’s the low-down on saggy skin based on the account of this celeb: “I wish injectables were treated more like makeup I’m allowed to contour my face”. Contouring is exactly what Kybella does best. Kybella works by literally melting away the excess fat on the chin and neck areas by injecting an acidic solution on the affected area. This is a great way to significantly reduce the appearance of double chin. Most patients need just one injection to get the results they want to see.
3. January Jones. The television star best known for her unforgettable role in “Mad Men” confesses that she regularly uses a resculpting cream for any part of her body that appears to require some contouring every now and then. In an interview with InStyle, Jones said that a resculpting cream works “for face, neck, legs, arms and anywhere that needs firming”. Take a wild guess at how much Jones’s brand of resculpting cream costs? $200, baby! Most decent contouring creams fall around that price range and this one has been acclaimed to work on different parts of the body.
Who should use a resculpting or contouring cream? If your excess neck skin does not pose so much of a problem and well on its infancy stage then, a contouring cream may do the trick. Expect improvements to be moderate and to wear off with every use. Although improvements may be buildable, it takes a lot of time for results to last. Products like this work best for prevention and maintenance purposes following a procedure.
What The Celebs Aren’t Admitting
Well, we’ve all heard a good many of the most charming faces of Hollywood deny it before, saying they wear nothing but natural beauty only to admit it later. Hmm, two cases in point: Kylie Jenner talking about her lips and, Nicole Kidman on how she kidded the world about not getting anything on her face only to admit later that she had Botox done once.
So, we look to the latest developments in neck skin care so that whether or not your fave celebs are admitting, you can still make an informed decision which kind of treatment your neck skin might require now. Here are the treatments you will want to know more about:
1. Radio Frequency Therapy. This procedure is totally non-invasive, won’t cause any pain, and will not require downtime. What could be better, right? RF treatments have steadily become the most popular procedure for any skin issue that involves skin tightening as the major objective. It can work wonders to your loose and crepey skin by stimulating your skin cells using radio waves. That way, collagen production significantly increases.
2. Laser Therapy and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Therapy. Though both treatments use light energy to treat skin imperfections, there is a world of difference considering mechanism for treatment as well as application. Both procedures can help tighten skin although laser treatments can deliver higher intensity treatments whereas IPL delivers to a much lesser degree but is better capable of addressing multiple skin issues, including skin discoloration, simultaneously.
3. Botox and Filler Injections. If the cause of saggy skin is a void and not excess fat, then either or a combination of both of these procedures should be considered. Filling the gap while also stretching out wrinkled neck skin gives it a smoother, more youthful look. Be ready to reschedule and repeat these minimally invasive procedures every 3 up to 4 months from the first time you get it done.
So what do you when saggy skin on neck jeopardizes your otherwise youthful looking complexion? You do what the stars do: look and chase a solution. After all, with significant advances in aging skin care, there’s no reason why you should still be wearing a neck skin you’re not entirely happy about. Then, of course, there are trade offs so make sure that you are well-informed of any procedure and understand what you’re getting yourself into before actually scheduling an appointment with your skincare specialist.
Author Name – Brittany Artwohl
Brittany Artwohl is a fitness expert and outdoor enthusiast in sunny Arizona. A certified first-responder, lifeguard and fitness trainer, she has also worked as a professional nutrition writer with a focus on nutraceuticals for over 7 years delivering newsletters, blogs, press releases, product listings and more. Today, you’ll find her work at mtnweekly.com, budnow.com, beverlyhillsmd.comand Vital Updates, among others.