Did you know one of the first areas that show signs of aging is the neck - specifically because of skin laxity and lines? There are now a wide range of highly effective non-surgical treatments available to lift, lighten and smooth neck skin for a youthful and sculpted appearance.Get in Touch
What causes neck sagging and lines?
Ultraviolet radiation, which speeds the natural aging process, is the primary cause of wrinkling, however the neck is particularly vulnerable to signs of premature aging for a number of reasons.
As we age, all of our skin loses some of its firmness, however the skin on our necks is naturally already thinner and more flexible, and contains less collagen than the skin on our faces. Our modern tendency to look down at our devices multiple day has also contributed to the issues causing the so called 'tech neck' phenomenon.
"No matter how youthful your face is, your neck can sometimes tell a different story. Often one of the first noticeable signs of aging, people can feel very self-conscious about sagging skin and wrinkles in the neck area. Fortunately, modern technology solutions, especially when used in combination with other non-surgical treatments, are now highly effective in reversing those signs of aging by tightening and firming neck skin, and smoothing lines and folds. I've been an Ultherapy practitioner and trainer for almost ten years, and I have total confidence in its results."
Helen Chapman, Advanced Nurse Practitioner
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