Hundreds of products claim to be able to firm and tone the appearance of skin on the neck. After discovering their ineffectiveness, many women turn to time consuming exercises or even risky plastic surgery.
Since neck cream is just as important as face cream, Dr. Perricone underwent comprehensive research to discover the best ingredients to improve the appearance of sagging skin on the neck. This advanced research led him to a unique formula that addresses all neck area concerns.
This formula includes:
Phospholipids attract water from the air and hold water where hydration is needed. Damaging environmental factors such as sun, wind, and pollution can strip natural phospholipid content from the top layer of the skin. This loss results in rough skin and a pitted appearance. Good sources of polyphenols include berries, wine, olive oil and, in particular, green and black tea.
Moisturizing with products that contain phospholipids is also a great way to:
- Replace this natural protective layer
- Repair damaged skin
- Hydrate and treat dry, fragile, or chapped skin
- Calm and soothe dry or sensitive skin
Tocotrienols are a superior form of Vitamin E. Vitamin E is an essential nutrient for the body; its primary function is to serve as an antioxidant. Antioxidants protect cells by neutralizing both internal (e.g. stress and metabolism) and external (e.g. sun damage and pollution) forces that cause free radical damage.
Byproducts of the body’s oxygen use and other natural processes, free radicals are unstable molecules missing one electron. They attempt to become stable by taking an electron from other nearby molecules. This sets off a chain reaction as each successive, unstable molecule attempts to stabilize itself. The aftermath is misshapen and broken molecules that weaken cell structure and damage the body and skin.
Because of their powerful antioxidant capacity, tocotrienols nourish and repair sensitive or dry skin to improve skin’s overall health.
A firming and smoothing peptide, Palmitoyl Carnosine is effective against aging because of its role in resisting glycation.
Glycation is the result of a sugar molecule bonding to a protein or lipid molecule without the controlling action of an enzyme. Glycation impairs the functioning of biomolecules.
As humans age, the number of glycated proteins in the body increase. Evidence shows that ALA blocks or reduces the process of glycation. It also protects proteins already exposed to oxidative stress, therefore reducing the effect of aging on the skin, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and discoloration.
Palmitoyl Carnosine’s anti-glycating properties include:
- Prevent wrinkles and loss of elasticity
- Firm skin and smooth neck creases
- Help reduce the visible signs of aging
Effective Neck Firming Cream
The unique formulation of ingredients in the MD Perricone Firming Neck Therapy, including phospholipids, tocotrienols, and Palmitoyl Carnosine, helps tone, tighten, and form a barrier to increase the appearance of skin’s overall elasticity and thickness while nourishing and hydrating skin.