The neck is very vulnerable to ageing. It has less sebaceous glands than facial skin, making it more prone to wrinkling. This, combined with the effects of sun exposure, gravity, and muscle movement, can make the neck a real problematic area for some people. Then there is the phenomenon of 'tech neck'. So much time is now spent with heads bent down to our devices that deeper and more lines and wrinkles are the result. Be mindful of your posture: tech neck is the wrinkle of our generation.
In terms of using a specific neck product, because the skin of the neck is structurally different to that of the face, a dedicated product can make the world of difference.
Look for ingredients such as polyhydroxy acids, neoglucosamine, hyaluronic acid, peptides, vitamin C and ceramides. Anything that’s promoting cellular change like a retinol, is going to be a helpful ingredient for sagging skin and fine lines. Just only use retinol with extreme caution due to the irritation that it can cause in this area.
Some dermatologists say the thin, oft-neglected skin of the neck (and the back of the hands) reveal a woman's true age better than her face. Since that skin is thinner and more delicate, that's where wrinkles can appear faster and more often.
Enter the beauty of a good skin tightening cream. In choosing one, your best move is to pick a formula that contains, ingredients that boost production and decrease the destruction of the three primary structural components of the dermis that improve skin tightness: collagen, elastin and glycosaminoglycans or GAGs.
La Mer is a cosmetics and skincare brand based in the U.S.A. Once La Mer was acquired by Estée Lauder, the beauty giant marketed the line to the masses as a luxury brand.
Originally created by scientist Max Huber to treat burns sustained after a lab accident, La Mer’s transformative blend of bio fermented sea kelp is now found across the brand’s entire range, from the anti-ageing skincare to the foundation formulas. Determined to heal his burns, Max Huber devoted 12 years working with Macrocystis pyrifera, a type of kelp found in the ocean near his California home. The cream worked so well that it healed his wounds and treated his scars, until there was no evidence of the accident. The fermented sea kelp was dubbed Miracle Broth and it is the foundation of the La Mer skin care brand.
We will be talking about the La Mer neck cream, or what the company calls it, the neck and décolleté concentrate.
Concentrate counteracts and prevents skin ageing and sagging by moisturizing, lifting, and firming the neck area thanks to its blend of lime tea concentrate (which is chock full of antioxidants) and Miracle Broth (the brand's own blend of marine ingredients featuring giant sea kelp).
As with all of La Mer’s skincare products, this concentrate contains the brand’s signature Miracle Broth to increase cellular turnover and provide a plumped-up glow. It also contains lime tea concentrate, an “antioxidant powerhouse” made to protect us from the free radical damage that accelerates our skin’s aging process. The other key ingredient is La Mer’s Strengthening Ferment, a marine-based blend that may firm up skin so it can protect itself, avoiding future sagging,
The ingredients of the La Mer Neck cream and décolletage concentrate includes:
Make sure to read customer reviews of La Mer décolletage and neck cream for more information regarding this product and to see how well it has been received by the public.
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