The late, great comedian and writer Nora Ephron absolutely hated her neck. She actually named a book after it â€“ I Feel Bad About My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman (2006, Knopf).
Itâ€™s why her signature look was a black Chanel turtleneck. â€œOur faces are lies and our necks are the truth. You have to cut open a redwood tree to see how old it is, but you wouldnâ€™t if it had a neck,â€ she wrote.
I get it â€“ especially now that I spend so much time on Zoom and Facetime â€“ and am forced to notice my neck on a daily basis. Itâ€™s not terrible and Iâ€™m not ready for major surgery yet, but there is definitely some room for improve
Let’s face it ladies. Right around the age of 40, we all start to see changes in our lower face and neck. Skin gets lax and crepey, and loses some of its firmness and resiliency, and that crisp and well-defined profile angle we could always count on is no more. We see it in photos, and thus, go to great lengths to camouflage it, with filters, Photoshop, scarves and turtlenecks. It isn’t pretty.
ALASTIN’s new Restorative Neck Complex helps correct these signs of aging, resulting in a firmer, more elastic, and smoother appearance of the neck and dÃ©colletage and a more even skin tone. This breakthrough treatment is formulated to address the most common age-related changes below the chin a