I knew it would happen, and yet as it began to droop, I was still NOT mentally prepared. As we age, the skin on our neck and under our chin begins to sag. If you are reading this, I’m sure you experiencing this to some degree.
Well, my sweet readers, I’m determined to fight that turkey neck EVERY STEP OF THE WAY. And, you can join me! Before I dive in, I want to say thank you to HSN for sponsoring my review of the StriVectin products below.
One of the most effective way to tighten your neck without surgery is Ultherapy. It’s an ultrasound, laser treatment you book at your local dermatologist’s office. Make sure you have a consultation before the procedure so you know what to expect (and you can meet the doctor). You can see my personal before and after results in this video. The results are subtle, and take months to notice.
There are several stretches and exercises you can do to tighten your neck.
1) When you are working at your computer, try sitting up straight and holding your head up high to stretch the neck. You can train your skin to be taut versus loose.
2) Also try sitting back in your chair, tilting your head back so you are staring at the ceiling, then puckering lips as if you are giving the ceiling a smooch. Hold the kissy face for 6 seconds and repeat 6 times. Just make sure no one is around while doing this one! 😉
#3 Neck Tightening Cream
The third way to fight loose neck skin… is with an amazing neck tightening cream! I’m currently testing the StriVectin TL Advanced Tightening Neck Cream, provided to me by HSN, and so far I’m very impressed!
What It Does
* Helps visibly tighten and smooth lines on the neck
* Evens the look of skin tone and improves crepiness on the chest
* Formulated with Brightening Complex (licorice root, marshmallow root, rice bran, bearberry), hyaluronic acid and ceramides
TIP: When applying your neck cream, be sure to use an upward motion.
Shop all StriVectin skincare here.
Other Anti-Aging Notables
I wanted to share some of the other StriVectin standouts from HSN. The one (above) is called StriVectin Tightening Face Cream. The cream contains amino acids, algae extract, lipopeptides and slow-release hyaluronic acid to help skin look plumper, tighter and more hydrated.
Another StriVectin favorite is the Line BlurFector Face Primer. It has a velvety texture that just glides on. It is very lightweight and the perfect base for your foundation. The primer even temporarily fills in your lines! Just look at the photos above to compare before and after application.
You should apply StriVectin Line BlurFector Face Primer after moisturizer and before foundation with your fingers or with a beauty sponge. If you want to read more about this face primer, I did a complete review here.
Other StriVectin favorites:
StriVectin SD Advanced™ Intensive Concentrate for Wrinkles
Intensive Eye Concentrate for Wrinkles
StriVectin Wrinkle Recode™ Line Transforming Melting Serum
StriVectin Powerlift Instant Tightening Mask
You can find a huge variety of StriVectin and other skincare products on HSN.com! They also have a great service called FlexPay, enabling you to pay for an item in installments.
Again, HUGE thank you to HSN for sponsoring my StriVectin review. I only partner with brands and businesses that I love.
Do you know of another skin tightening method for your neck? Please share it with us and comment below.
Thank you SO much for stopping by!
6 thoughts on “3 Ways to Tighten Your Neck Skin”
Your summer makeup is beautiful!
Can you share some of the light lipstick shades you are using?
Using Charlotte Tilbury Blushing Dream, Bitch Perfect and Penelope Pink … they are the most perfect nude/pink tones!
Thank you for your wonderful videos and newsletters! I am 37 years old and a working mom and I find all of your info very useful! Thank you so much for your time and effort!!
Awesome, Amanda!! Thank you so much for sharing!! Erin xo
Hi Erin, i really enjoy everything that you share is with total kindness????. Yes, I have something that reallY works. I will tell you how I came to my results…………I am a lifelong horsewoman and as horses need therapy to continue to preform, I used ANYTHING to help their legs and bodies. And feel gooooood!! Ice baths, whirlpools(.large tub to put legs Into and add airator!,,…they nap!!!) To heAl torn or overextended tendons/ Ligaments, the Vets recommend stimulation…..vibrating!!!! Now, you know where Im headed…. Because, I work in a very dirty environment ( every brush stroKe puts the dirt in my face!!! ) So I use the Clarisonic on my face twice a day. Then a couple of years ago, I used it on my neck/ jowls. I can tell a difference!!!!!!!! It has to be kept up, as if miss treating for a whilE, the results slip. Dont “thank me”/ Thank My large animal Vet????????????????????????
Haha… brilliant! Thanks for sharing, Joan! You are hilarious and full of wisdom. Erin xo
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