Did you know that the skin on your neck is thinner than the skin on your face? That makes it that much more important to take care of it. But what if your neck is already showing signs of aging? Microneedling may be able to help. Here is what you need to know about microneedling your neck.
Your Neck Ages Faster Than Any Body Part
Because your neck is the fastest aging skin on your body, it’s the quickest to show signs of aging including:
- Sun damage
- Fine lines
- Loss of Elasticity
Prevention is Key
Prevention is key when trying to avoid the appearance of an aging neck. Many skin care professionals will advise you to give the skin on your neck the same attention you give the skin on your face. This includes using the same cleansers, moisturizers, and of course- sunscreen.
Unfortunately, the skin on neck is often neglected.
Don’t Wait Until It’s too Late
Many women begin taking care of the skin on their neck only after it already begins showing signs of aging. This is problematic because once wrinkles appear, it becomes much more difficult to reduce their appearance. As a result, clients end up spending tons of money on creams that promise to restore their neck’s youthful appearance.
Up until recently, there wasn’t much you could do about an aging neck.
Today, there is hope.
Let’s Introduce You to Microneedling
Microneedling is a procedure that uses tiny needles to puncture the skin. The “injury” causes the production of collagen, and as a result, you are left with smoother, firmer, and more even-toned skin.
Microneedling is traditionally done on the face. Some even use the procedure to reduce the appearance of stretch marks on various parts of the body. Not many people think about microneedling their neck.
Microneedling at Newport Face N Body
At Newport Face N Body, suggest microneedling the neck, in addition to the face, to help preserve your neck’s youthful appearance.
Microneedling can benefit your neck by:
- Reducing the signs of aging.
- Improving the look and texture of scarring.
- Tightening the skin.
The best thing about microneedling is that it’s minimally invasive, which means there is no downtime. Many clients even claim seeing results after just one treatment.
Do you have any questions about using microneedling to improve th