You most likely take care of your complexion and use a serum on your face. You may also diligently follow up with a moisturizing cream and wear a daily sunscreen.
However, when it comes to skincare, most people often stop at the face...
Dr. David Shafer, a board-certified plastic surgeon that has trained at the world-famous Mayo Clinic has brought this up in several publications.
“It's important to take care of your skin from head to toe, and not just concentrate on your face,”
Dr. Shafer explains. “Some of the telltale signs of aging are not on the face, but on the neck, chest, and hands.”
A great tip to keep your neck looking its best doesn’t have to do with skincare products, but how you sleep at night.
“Sleeping on your back is one of the easiest and least expensive ways to help prevent damage to your face, neck, and decolletage,” Dr. Shafer advises.
“If you sleep on your side or on your stomach, you are squishing and folding your skin, which creates creases. This can be quite apparent as visible creases when you wake up”
We also believe that you should focus a little extra attention in your skincare routine on your neck and upper chest.
You could keep it simple by using a little Super C Serum on your neck and upper chest after you get out of the shower at night.
But for a more advanced skincare routine, we recommend Vibriance Age Defying Body Serum. It's also a lot more economical than using Super C Serum on your body because the bottle is substantially bigger.