A “turkey” is a slang term for failure, and it’s also another description for your neck! Sorry to be blunt, but the skin around the neck area is one of the most sensitive. It’s also one of the most neglected, which gives it the complexion of a farmyard animal and not the juicy ones at Christmas time. If you’re suffering from the condition, it can feel as if there is no way back. The damage is permanent, right? The video underneath proves this it isn’t true, while the advice should help you to recover.
Use A Firming Lotion
Anyone that wants quick results but doesn’t want to go under the knife should use a firming agent. You can find out more at SenteLabs.com but the gist is simple. In short, creams contain naturally occurring elements that are proven to tighten the skin. When you apply a small dollop to the problem area, the lines and sagginess should fade away. Of course, you need to develop a routine for it to work correctly. Also, choose carefully as some manufacturers use harmful chemicals that attack the skin.
Sweat It Out
Exercise is amazing. It helps to relieve stress, sheds unwanted pounds, and now it can reverse the signs of aging. Researchers in Canada found that twice-weekly workouts make the skin thicker and more elastic. These are two features that are typically found in young people in their late teens and early twenties. The type of exercise is essential. In the study, the participants only worked out at a moderate intensity. This means their heart rate was quite high yet they could still breathe. Anyone that wants to take a forensic look at the results can do by going to fhs.mcmaster.ca.
Change Your Meal Times
It isn’t often that you’ll read a post that encourages you to eat later. However, having dinner after 6pm may boost the body’s collagen levels. Here’s the reason why – the fatty acids will have been broken down by the time you go to bed. Then, it can use the nutrients to repair the problems caused by the rigors of the day. As a rule, you don’t want to be eating anything starchy or complex after 8pm. But, white fish and leafy greens are a must around the 6pm-7pm watershed. Healthline.com has examples of foods that are high in Omega-3.
Shun The Sun
Are you a beach baby? Do you love tanning under the intense rays of the sun? If the answers are yes, then you need to take care. UV rays are cacogenics for one thing, but their impact on the skin is pretty powerful also. Too much radiation and your skin will begin to lose its firmness and start to sag. If it can happen to the arms and legs, it can happen to the neck. Use a strong sun lotion and take breaks from the sun by lying in the shade.
Finally, here’s the question that needs answering: does this post have you clucking with joy?