A turkey is for Christmas. Or Thanksgiving. A turkey neck is not welcome in my household and thank goodness Pulse Laser Clinic came to the rescue.
Gravity, to me, is my worst enemy. My once toned and smooth neck is showing signs of fatigue, losing its previous elasticity.
The treatment I had at Pulse Clinic uses heat and massage to tone up the skin. My therapist, Maria, expertly massaged my neck with a Soprano laser device checking my skin temperature regularly to ensure I was comfortable. It took between 5 to 10 minutes to reach the desired 40 degrees Celsius temperature, required to activate the production of collagen in the skin.
This laser technique can be used both on the face and the body and is ideal for sagging skin, particularly after weight loss or a pregnancy.
I must admit that I have been neglecting my neck, concentrating more on my face using exfoliators and moisturisers. When I remember to, I apply moisturiser to my neck but not as religiously as I should. My neck was giving away my age more than my face did so it was time to take action.
I had my first Soprano ST Laser treatment yesterday and straight after I could see that my little gobble looked smoother. This morning, the neck looks even better – as the skin warms up it may appear temporarily more engorged as the heat will swell the capillaries and tissues. My neck also feels very soft to the touch as the laser treatment was followed by the application of Rodial’s Chin and Neck Lift firming cream.
For best results it is recommended to have 3-6 sessions.
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