Chest and Neck wrinkles can be attributed to a loss of collagen in the body.
After the age of 30 it has been stated that your body loses collagen at the rate of about 3%. This loss has led to aging of the skin in the body.
In this case, chest and neck wrinkles.
The cosmetics industry has created several products to help delay aging of the skin or restore skin that has aged before time. But these products cannot totally prevent aging, just delay it.
Aging is inevitable despite all the products or natural cures we use. But while this is true. It is possible to reduce the amount of aging which takes place.
This is what this article is focused on.
Here are a few tips you can apply to help reduce or get rid of check and neck wrinkles:
- Please try to keep your head up when sitting or walking. The more you walk or sit with your head down is the faster your neck and chest will wrinkle.
- Eat balanced meals which are particularly rich in Vitamin C, A and E.
- Drink lots of water – Make sure you are properly hydrated. Many persons may think they are consuming enough water, but actually they are not. Drink a gallon of water a day and watch the impact it has upon your health.
- Try sleeping on your back. Sleeping on your sides can cause your skin to compress which can reduce its elasticity over time.
Have you ever slept on your side and woke up with your skin compressed? It may look like marks (especially if it’s on your face) but it does return to its normal look. It may take hours to return to its usual look, though, depending on the age of the individual.
- Ensure you are wearing clothes which do not fit tightly on the body.
- Mix a teaspoon of Aloe Vera with a Vitamin E capsule 400 mg and apply it to the affected area. Leave it there for 20 – 30 minutes before washing it off with lukewarm water.
- Quit smoking. Smoking does affects your skin as well as your overall health.
- Exercise at least 15 to 30 minutes a day. This will help to keep your body toned and the skin tight.
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