What Is the Best Neck Firming Cream?

Don't forget to take care of your neck and decolletage! These easily overlooked areas of your skin are just as exposed as your face. Are you keeping your chest and neck area moisturized and protected? What is the best neck firming cream to use? Can you just use your facial cream to keep these areas smooth, firm, and glowing?

Using a neck cream that is full of anti-aging antioxidants, moisturizing fatty acids, and other replenishing nutrients may help you to keep your skin young looking. The earlier you start taking care of this area the better! It is difficult to reverse the signs of aging like sagging skin (turkey neck!) and age spots. So if a firming neck cream equals gorgeous skin, even into your 50s, then problem solved, right? Not really. You will have to invest a fortune into that pretty little neck of yours!

Neck creams and serums are pricey, probably because of what they promise - the appearance of youth. Also, this area of skin is huge, so you will need more magic potion than you need for your face. You can use your facial moisturizer, but you will run out of it quickly to cover all that skin. Chances are if you are even thinking about the look of your neck and decolletage, you have been in the anti-aging skin care market for a couple of years at least. Your skin may already show some lines or loose skin, and you are desperate for an improvement!

My solution to this problem is to use nourishing oils. They are affordable, they are packed with antioxidants, and a little bit goes a long way. Grapeseed oil, apricot kernel, sesame seed, avocado oil, tamanu, argan, any of these will work wonders for your skin. Where to get the best skin oils? Aura cacia has a great selection of high quality oils (no affiliation). Mountain Rose Herbs has tons of carrier oils you can choose from. I am affiliated with Mountain Rose (see bottom of site), I use oils from both companies.

You can buy a firming neck cream. In fact, buying a nutrient-packed serum, cream, or other beauty product on occasion, even if it is a bit expensive, is not a bad idea. I think of it as giving my skin a little beauty boost, sort of like changing the oil in your car. It's only necessary every 3 months, and less depending on your driving habits. If you take great care of your skin - drink lots of water, keep it protected from the sun (scarfs are great for covering this precious area), eat a healthy diet, exercise, and all that jazz, you could get away with splurging on a firming cream once or twice a year.

Use nourishing oils to keep your skin firm and glowing if you want results and you don't want to give the beauty industry your life savings. There is nothing wrong with treating yourself to a really nice neck firming cream every few months, just like a trip to the spa for a professional facial can really help, but don't feel like you need to spend $100 for a creamy tub of youth. There is no such thing. 


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While I love my skin, I am not actually a dermatologist or a medical professional. The information on this site is not meant to treat or diagnose any health issues.