The neck is an aesthetically important area and can prove as telling as the backs of hands in revealing one’s age. The neck is subject to many degenerative changes such as loss of collagen and elastin, accumulation of fat, and exposure and chemicals, such a perfume and some cleaning solutions. The neck and the décolletage area are particularly prone to premature ageing because these are areas of increased sun exposure.
Traditionally, neck rejuvenation has been performed surgically to help to reposition lax skin, reduce wrinkles and fatty tissues. Non-surgical neck rejuvenation has now advanced and can address the skin laxity, tone and texture and banish those ropey strands that can often be seen in thinner people.
With an increasing need for minimally invasive procedures with little or no downtime, there has been a trend towards non-surgical neck rejuvenation.