Aging gracefully is a comprehensive task - you don't want your neck, décolleté, or hands and arms aging your look. Here's what you need to know about caring for the skin on your body that will keep you looking bright, even toned, smooth and healthy.
Extend your daily exfoliant down your neck and chest
Routine exfoliation with glycolic or lactic acids influence collagen synthesis, encourage cell turnover, and improves tone and texture. Sloughing away the dead-skin layer also allows the active ingredients in your serums and moisturizers to absorb faster and work effectively.
Put growth factors and peptides to work
These designer ingredients are made to reverse the signs of sun damage, and science shows us they help make new collagen and elastic tissue, which is what the neck and chest need to look firmer and younger.
Have your aesthetician treat your body
The skin on the neck and chest is thin, so sun damage is more apparent and harder to repair. Like your face, both the neck and chest require professional peels every 4-6 weeks to help keep skin cells actively regenerating. A series of BBL photofacials as needed corrects signs of sun damage by removing brown and red pigmentation, and keeps skin tone even and smooth.