THE FORGOTTEN PARTS! Featuring Somme Institute Neckline
The face does not stop at the chin… The face spans from the hair line down to the cleavage.
One of the most overlooked areas of the body and one that first shows signs of aging are the neck and décolleté. The skin of the neck and décolleté is especially vulnerable to sun damage and loss of elastin. It is also where sun damage, dark spots, lines, and wrinkles are particularly noticeable.
We spend so much time trying to reduce and prevent fine lines and wrinkles from appearing on our face, but often neglect to do the same for our neck and décolleté. No matter how much care a woman devotes to retaining a youthful-looking face, her neck and décolleté can give her age away.
Countless hours are spent by researcher studying how the neck ages, how the skin on the face differs from the skin on the neck, and what specific ingredients are needed to help reduce and prevent the signs of aging on the neck and décolleté. With age there is a breakdown of collagen and elastin as well as a build-up of adipose tissue (fat layers between the dermis and the epidermis). This breakdown results in horizontal and vertical line, excess fat around the neck and dark spots on the décolleté.
Horizontal lines or necklace lines
As the muscle and skin become lax, horizontal lines can appear which are referred to as rhytid lines or necklace lines. Another cause of necklace lines is the gain of fat in the neck. The fat lies underneath the muscles in the neck. Over time the skin becomes stressed by the fat pushing out the muscles. The muscles then fold over themselves, forming lines.
Crepiness on the neck and vertical lines on the décolleté can occur due to the degradation of the dermal epidermal junction and the collagen and elastin network.
Adipose tissues (fat)
As we age fat that used to be in the checks can cause jowls to form along the jaw line. Fat can also be deposited under the chin, causing the neck to become thicker and wider. Age, hormones, and genetics play a part as well.
Sun damage/hyper-pigmentation (dark spots)/redness
Hyper-pigmentation/redness of the neck and décolleté are due to prolonged UV exposure. On a daily basis, people wear clothing that exposes the neck and décolleté, which can lead to undesirable results.
TREATING THE NECK AND DECOLLETE AREA IS A MUST… TOO OFTEN NEGLECTED!
The Answer: Somme Institute Neckline - Features Molecular Dispersion Technology 5 (MDT5™), a patented technology of highly engineered vitamins A, C, E, B3, B5 and AHA designed to visibly firm, smooth, hydrate and improve the appearance of lines on the neck and address uneven skin tone and hyperpigmentation on the décolleté giving it a soft and youthful texture.
Before & After with Somme Institute Neckline