4 Reasons To Use a Neck Cream: All Benefits For The Skin
While many women are hoarding skincare products such as moisturizers, toners, and cleansers, the fact is that 62% of us never use a neck cream. The reason lies in the fact that not so many brands offer neck cream and you probably think you don’t need it. However, we are here to convince you that you need to try it, but also to incorporate it into your daily skincare routine. This is why you should use a neck cream.
Your Neck’s Skin is Delicate
Many if not all skincare routines are face-focused. However, alongside the face, necks can show those first signs of aging as well. It is not a surprise that the neck is the place where you can also see discoloration, dark spots, wrinkles, and loss of elasticity.
And it is not because the neck is sensitive and prone to all those changes. The neck actually has a different cell composition from the rest of the body. The dermis is thinner and prone to wrinkles. And the thick dermis is what keeps collagen in our skin.
Your Neck’s Skin is Oil-Free
Even though we all work on removing oily T-zone so hard, that sebum is also what gives your skin moisture and youthfulness. The neck area is naturally missing sebum, causing it to be drier than the rest of the face. The neck has fewer sebaceous glands, so it is practically oil-free. By using a neck cream you will prevent premature aging and signs of wrinkles and fine lines. Moisturized skin is definitely better than a dry one, right?
Your Neck Needs Its Own Cream
The skin of the face and neck is naturally different. As mentioned, less collagen and sebaceous glands, as well as fatty tissue will cause your neck to look dry, and your skin prone to be slack and sagging. By using a face cream you can moisturize the neck, but only specially created formulas will do the right thing.
Our new Resilient Youth Neck + Decollete cream is created with the best possible ingredients for your neck. It targets wrinkles, weak sagging skin, uneven skin tone, lines, and dark spots. Powerful ingredients like adenosine, squalane, polyglutamic acid and many more will work on lifting up the skin, soothing, repairing, eliminating dark spots, and keeping the skin hydrated all day long.
How to Use a Neck Cream?
A neck area can be prone to product buildup, especially if you have long hair. That is why, before applying your neck cream you should use a cleaner and tone the skin in this specific area. After toning, you should apply serum to your face and neck as well. A serum amount that is necessary for this is one pump. After that, you can apply your neck cream. Also, don’t forget to apply sunscreen on your neck too. Regardless of your hairstyle, the neck is always exposed to the sun's rays.