Anti Aging Tips for Neck and Chest

Anti Aging Tips for Neck and Chest

Do you have wrinkles or creases across
your neck and your chest? Or have you ever seen someone who had a beautiful
complexion of their face but maybe their neck and their chest looked about 10
years older? Well today we’re going to be talking about anti-aging tips for your
neck and your chest so you can slow down the aging. Hi, my name is Christy Greene and
I’m the owner of Go See Christy Beauty Boutique, located in Southern California,
and I have been in business for over 10 years and we have been helping people
treat their Acne, hyperpigmentation, and fight aging — their fine lines and
wrinkles — for over ten years. So in this video we’re about to talk about anti-aging tips for your neck and your chest! So before we begin this video I do want
to say that all the product descriptions, lists, or anything that we’re going to be
describing in this video today will be located in the description below.
So first the skin on the neck and the chest are very similar to the periocular area, and we did a video on how to prevent fine lines and wrinkles and
aging around the eyes. So the skin is very similar, and matter of fact, the
thickness of the face, the skin on the face, is actually almost DOUBLE that of
your neck and your chest. So, like your neck, and your chest, and around the eyes
are the first signs of aging. So for example: That-, this area gets just as much
Sun as your face does, because of the thinness, it has less sebaceous glands so
it does tend to get drier, it has thinner skin as well as some-, for some people
more hair follicles, so there’s less structural support. So, here are three
anti-aging tips that you can do to address your neck and your chest. So a
lot of times what you can see, or what I see in clients, is a skin condition
called Poikiloderma of Civatte. And that’s basically a combination of
HYPERpigmentation, HYPOpigmentation, and underlying redness. And that usually
takes place in areas around the neck as well as sometimes on the chest, but
for some reason right underneath the chin right here, it doesn’t-, there’s no
hyperpigmentation here. And so that’s usually more common-, it’s a sign of low
Estrogen levels, as well as affected by genetics, and more women tend to have
this. It also can be caused by wearing products that have synthetic fragrance,
and then when you’re exposed to the Sun the fragrance causes the
photosensitivity of the skin, so that is usually fragrance-induced hyperpigmentation. So, obviously more women, generally speaking, tend to
wear fragranced products. Look in the mirror and you see some uneven skin tone,
some areas that are dark shading, no shading, on your-, splotches around your
neck as well as your chest, and even some underlying redness, that’s usually what
that is. Sometimes when women will form that later on in years, and they’re
thinking maybe it’s just a birthmark that started to turn color, but that’s
actually what that skin condition is called. Here’s another factor that most
people don’t consider as well: If you have done sudden weight gain and loss,
and repeated weight gain and weight loss throughout your life, that can also
affect the appearance of your chest and your neck because when someone, just like
any other part of the body that you lose weight and you gain weight, what happens
is obviously the skin stretches and then shrinks back. So obviously people who
have lost a significant amount of weight, they will have loose skin hanging. So
sometimes that can happen to people all as-, for their neck and their chest. What happens
is the tissues in the neck and the chest stretches, and then goes back, stretches,
and then goes back. And so by the time they’re a little bit older, what can
happen is they can have kind of that turkey-neck look. There’s another
condition that has been coined for today and that’s called “TECH NECK”. Oh! And don’t
forget the PRO TIP later on in the video regards to your neck and your
chest. So we’re going to be talking about three major anti-aging tips that can
help with anti-aging, slowing down the aging process of your neck and your
chest. So the first one, we talked about the Tech Neck. So how you can adjust for
that is obviously we’re always going to be looking at our phones, we’re always
going to be looking at our computers or laptops, our technology, so what you may
want to do is try to be more conscious is that when you’re looking at your
technology to adjust your phone so instead of looking down you’re looking
more at eye level. And having your laptop or your computer more at eye level
versus looking all the way down. So along with Tech Neck, your, your chest can also be
affected because what can usually happen is as you’re looking down you will also
start to slouch. So when you start to slouch, what can happen is you’re
starting to create creases in your chest. And these are called cleavage wrinkles,
otherwise known as “Langer’s Lines”, and so those are whole-, actually vertical lines
that go straight down your chest. So another way is to avoid sleeping on your
side. So when you sleep on your side obviously the skin creases tend to
concave in through your chest and so what you want to do to avoid that is try
sleeping, obviously, on your back. And we will provide links below where you can
actually put on a gel — it’s like a silicone gel — that you put on your chest
to prevent the, the skin in between your cleavage to concave. So basically
flattens that out to prevent the breakdown of tissue in between. Okay so,
before we get on to our final tip, if you are finding these videos and this
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if you haven’t subscribed yet. Okay? And if we haven’t addressed a specific skin
care concern yet in any other videos, make sure that you comment below
and let us know. So if you have Eczema, or you have Psoriasis, or you think you have
sensitive skin, go ahead and put that below because that will let us know that
maybe we need to do some videos that address those skin care conditions. Okay.
So our final tip is obviously, the third one, is treating your chest and your neck
as, as if it was your face. So a lot of times people neglect their chest and
their neck and they just do their face. No! You have to continue it on with your
chest and the neck. And how you can do that is with services and/or products.
Okay so for our final one, consider this 3A, because there’s 3B as well. So 3A is
services — these are all professional services — and I would recommend that
you’re doing them in the Winter time. So for those of you who are NOT living in
Southern California where most of your days are cloudy and gray, this is
actually an ideal time. It’s also colder so you’re wearing sweaters and things
that cover up your chest and your neck as it’s healing. So I’m going to be
talking about services. These services not only stimulate Collagen product-,
Collagen and Elastin production that products CANNOT do, it also has a side
benefit of lightening-and-brightening your skin tone. Okay?
So best time to do it is during the Winter time. So I’m going to go into the,
from the least invasive to the most invasive. So the one that you can do
that’s the least invasive is, you can do, first one is CHEMICAL PEELS. And you,
because the area is thinner and more sensitive, they’re not going to leave on
the products on as long. Okay? So you can do chemical peels, and usually yo-, your
your Esthetician or your Dermatologist can tell you how many series that you
need based on what your skin looks like and the thickness of the skin. So
chemical peels is the first one, you can do MICRODERMABRASIONS where sometimes,
depending, again, on the person that’s doing that, you can kind of blend the two
together. So chemical peels, microdermabrasions, MICRONEEDLING, PLATELET-RICH PLASMA procedure — I’m not gonna go into that one because
that is a medical procedure — as well is, as well as LASER. So-, and laser, make sure
you get a consultation before you go and do that because you have to be the ideal
candidate to get that done. And a lot of it depends on based on your skin and
your tolerance to, not pain, but as far as where you are on what’s called the
Fitzpatrick Scale. So those are some services that you can look into.
Now 3B is, basically the products that you can use. So just like we talk about
the face for anti-aging, you want to look for products that are high in
anti-oxidants — so especially Vitamin C and E because they work together to increase
the efficacy of both of them, and if you’re not really sure about that, please
make sure you check out our ANTI-AGING playlist, which I will put a link in the
description as well as a card up here somewhere, so that you really understand
what ingredients to look for — the other one is, so, in addition to anti-oxidants is,
you want to look for anti-inflammatories to bring down the inflammation and the
underlying redness that can cause the hyperpigmentation, the other one is
powerful peptides. So the peptides are very targeted and they actually have a
timed-release capsule releasing the anti-oxidants exactly where it needs to
be, and those work conjunction-, in conjunction together.
The other ones are retinoids now-, and AHA’s, which are Alpha-Hydroxy Acids. Now,
you have to remember, we did a video on this on “Anti-Aging Ingredients You
Should NEVER Mix” because your neck and your chest is more sensitive than your,
even your face, make sure that yo-, there’s a link below — you can get the list or you
can watch the video on anti-aging ingredients you should never mix — because
what may work on your face, I have noticed with my clients that they will
get a RASH developing on their chest and/or their neck if they mix the wrong
ingredients. Okay? So, like with your face — so this is tip three generally — is, is
that, again, you want to treat your neck and your chest as if you are treating
your face. So you want to use a facial cleanser if you can, or — that’s pH
balanced — on your neck and your chest. You do want to exfoliate your neck and your
chest, but because it’s more sensitive stay away from, like, granular scrubs and
use something that’s more of an exfoliating powder — and we’ll put links
below to give you suggestions for that, because they are a little bit more
gentle — use a serum, an anti-oxidant serum or a hydrating serum, and then for your
cream, what is different is, maybe not for the face because, again, your face and-, or
your neck and your chest have a slightly different needs, is look for these creams
that specifically are for the chest and the neck — and sometimes it’ll say “Neck
and Chest Cream” or “Neck and Decollete Cream” on there — so they have a little bit
different, more richer, thicker consistency that you can use on your
chest and your neck. So those are your three tips! Now during the day you
obviously don’t want to use a neck and decollete cream because it tends to be
heavie-, heavier, it can get on your clothes, and it doesn’t have any Sun
protection. So the one that we love here, and my clients love, is the Lira Clinical
Hydrating formula — because there’s two different formulas. This one has, so it’s
not just a basic sunscreen, it actually has high amount of anti-oxidants, it is
a mineral-based sunscreen — no chemicals — so it doesn’t cause any inflammation or
redness, it has powerful stem cells for anti-aging, and the BEST one: It has a
natural plant-based lighteners-and- brighteners. So you can use this one on
your neck and your chest. And once again, to make sure that you are not getting
any redness, rashes, or flakiness on your neck and your chest, make sure, if you
haven’t already, click the link below to get your list of anti-aging
ingredients that you should NEVER mix. Okay! So here’s the PRO TIP. The PRO TIP is: When you’re applying serums, lotions, creams, sunscreens on your neck
and your chest you never want to go down because gravity is always constantly
pulling down. So you-, all the sagging and bagging, we don’t want to help it anymore!
So when you’re applying, you want to go from the base of the neck, lift up your
neck, and put it-, put the product on and go ahead and apply it working up, as well
as your chest. Because when you have wrinkles on your chest they’re going
down, so again you want to go UP. Okay? And then also an additional tip is when
you’re applying lotion or products on your body, you want to also go from the
base of your limb, whether it be your wrist or your ankles, and work your way
up. So none of this circular motion. You want to go UP and OUT. Okay? So there’s
your PRO TIP! Do I have a turkey neck? You know I’ve seen that if you do this, it’ll
work… Not really.


  • Go See Christy says:

    Do any of you have Poikilederma of Cevatte? If so, what are you doing to lighten it or even it out?

  • A Real Kitchn says:

    I am going to have to try that Lira brand cream. Thank you for all of the great tips…I need these

  • Vic Ramano says:

    Thank you for sharing your time and talent, Christy.
    You're Aces!

  • Lex Ferrante says:

    I can definitely see aging on my chest more than my face! Thanks for these tips Christy! I always wear sunscreen on it, but don’t use other products! I’ll start taking better care of my chest.

  • nishani3 says:

    Great video, Christy👍🏾

  • nishani3 says:

    I have lost weight and gain weight over the last 10 years. I dont like how my jaw line and neck look. Im looking at procedure for that.

  • Lama Jigme Gyatso: Meditate Like a Jedi says:

    thanks for sharing your expertise Christy – liked and shared

  • Abbi Winslow says:

    Your neck and chest are so important to take care of because it's your neck and chest that reveal your real age if you don't take care of your skin!

  • Kate Emiley says:

    Great tips Christy!

  • Island Life Fishing says:

    Another great video my friend 🙌🏼👌🏼

  • Amanda Horvath says:

    Great tips!

  • Christina Tsiripidou says:

    WOW! Thanks for the tips Christy

  • Sonal Patel says:

    I didn’t loose any weight or gain any for last 20 years but soon as i turn 43 and i am getting loose skin on my neck please suggest me something

  • Carmen says:

    So glad I found you, so helpful thank you! I love your eyes and eye makeup, I have similar eyes, I should try it and see if it works for me!!

  • LizzieWhiz says:

    I discovered that when I combined used a gui sha tool to release the fascia and then followed it with a bentonite clay mask it looked so much better, I c all it ironing out my neck. I got even vbetter resulte when I incorperated Microcurrent and Galvanic current after a bentonite mask it worked wonders on the neck and the face. It was noticed by a young woman i worked with, she commented on how lifted my face looked one Monday morning and asked me what I had done.

  • SmeaggiesMama says:

    Eczema and milia videos please. Thanks!

  • Nel Westercappel says:

    Thanks Christy love your video's

  • Teacher Maddy says:

    Hi is there anything that I can use for turkey neck? Is there a solution? Tks

  • Coco Poco says:

    Thank you for making this video!!!

  • Tracey Fonda says:

    I have just purchased Dr Nassif MD Detox Pads…What are your thoughts on this Product 🥰

  • Angie Gillette says:

    You never the name of the declote (chest) gel!!

  • britsnbobs says:

    I have a question/comment – lol. So the skin on my chest has no pigmentation, and it rarely sees the sun tbh! I feel like its a very small bumpy texture and has been this way my entire life. I've also noticed that the skin there seems more sensitive than my face (for instance if I feel a small itch and scratch it oh so gently, it will get red and splotchy). I'm wondering if there's even a cure for this type of skin on my chest? I do not break out there or have any pigmentation issues at all, just a more textured skin there that I dont have anywhere else on my body!

  • M.Bee says:

    I don't have any signs of aging on my neck so far (53 yrs old. I mix a pea size of Retin-A in with Cereve Body cream and apply on my neck at night. Then I use a moisterizing sunscreen spf on my neck and chest in the a.m. (rain or shine). I like Banana Boat Protect and Hydrate 2 in 1 Sunscreen & All day moisterizer. It also has Shea butter and aloe vera in it. It doesn't claim to be fragrance-free, but I don't see any fragrance listed in the ingredient list. The two main reasons I chose this sunscreen over there numerous sunscreens on the market was:
    1. No sunscreen scent. Really no scent at all, and notably, no chemical smell. I don't want anything interfering with my perfume (which I do not apply to my neck or chest, just back of neck and wrists and inside if elbows). I wear long sleeves under my scrubs 5 days a week, so no sun exposure on those areas.
    2. It has extra moisterizing ingredients in it.
    On another note. I wear thin cotton gloves when I drive.

  • B B says:

    Great videos! Thanks for all of the useful information.

  • G H says:

    Hi Christy, what are your thoughts on light therapy for the skin, especially for the thinner skin on the chest, as this is a problem area for me.

  • Marleen Ben says:

    When I was in my early fourties I never had that neck lace wrinkle line as I sometimes due loosing weight and gaining weight and I asked my doctor about it and he said that it’s due to age but I said no doctor it’s not it’s due to loosing weight as I have noticed it as some even younger ladies than my age they have more wrinkles so I was trying to tell my doctor that’s not age it’s when people don’t eat healthy or do some face exercises etc that’s what happens it’s we have to look after our skin not just on the outside but on the inside as well so I try to eat pomegranate as much as possible and mixed berries plus other citrus 🍊 fruits that contains vitamin cans etc so now I use extra virgin olive oil to my whole face and body as a lotion morning and night time before bed or sometimes use pure organic extra virgin avocado oil

  • A Better World says:

    You are looking more beautiful in this video Christy. Light eye shadow suits you better.

  • MARA MOREIRA says:

    Where can I buy the Pure Rice 🍚 Power?

  • michelle pantalion says:

    I have a lot of broken Capillaries on my neck and chest what can I do

  • shannanrain says:

    Do neck exercisers work and tighten the neck and chest area? Would a device like this help?

  • candice german says:

    Totally enjoy your informative beauty videos…. Also, I love your Marilyn Monroe pic in the background

  • Barbara Booth says:

    I’m going to be 75 in oct I would like to address our age group also. That said I have learned a lot from you already. My problem is texturing. You have already given me some information on this

  • Yermiah Mugarang says:

    i have a really beautiful friend.her skin are super flawless but her neck are looks old..

  • SicilianShorty says:

    What do you suggest for rinsing cleanser off your face? What type of cloth? New one each time? None, use water in hands?

  • Jenny Bolter says:

    I love your videos but your sound quality is hard to listen to???

  • Georgina Buckle says:

    Thanks Christy for educating us on many issues of beauty but I hve a seasonal dermatological issue on my feet and hope you can do one on that

  • Debra Cannon,RN,DSN says:

    Well presented

  • Hala Doski says:

    You deserve more and more and more

  • Hala Doski says:


  • Hala Doski says:

    Actually ur an expert

  • Shalaka Patil says:

    Can you make videos for people who has darker face skin and lighter hand or other body parts

  • DakiniKiss says:

    WoW!! You are the SkinCare Goddess~Geek!! Thank you for your ahhhMazing work and killer content!! XO

  • Cantetinza17 says:

    At the base of my neck, it looks like I have been wearing necklaces for a long time. It's weird. I sleep on all my sides. I try to stick to my back, but I always wake up on another side. A video for Hyperpigmentation. Which products are the best to fade the dark marks? I get microdermabrasion every month. It's nice. I'll make sure to look for a neck and chest cream. Right now I'm using my face moisturizer.

  • Cantetinza17 says:

    I double checked my moisturizer and I can put it on my neck. Yay.

  • Shireen Haq says:

    Hello Christy. I hv rosacea. Its not too bad but I basically hv a blush on look on half the cheeks towards the nose. I need a complete cure. What shd I do.

  • Claire says:

    Overnight directly under my chin has gone puffy. What's going on. I hate getting old


    You are beautiful. I learn from you thanks🌹
    I think if you dye your hair lighter it is so black may be dark ash specially you have fair skin

  • Green Soul!! says:

    Please make video on how to take care of hips/buttocks/inner thigh area. Can we do peeling over there too? If yes which are the products to use. Also what if the skin over there is toodull rough..and dark..and one is ashamed of wearing short pants.

  • anna zourides says:

    I can't see the name of the neck and chest cream. Please give me the information. Many thanks.

  • Suzanne Rodriguez says:

    Please do a video on treating dark under eye circles

  • Praise Hallelujah says:

    How can I get these products to use on my neck and chest

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