So, What is the Cause of Turkey Neck?
We all start to notice our bodies changing over time but one of the least desirable changes can be the development of turkey neck. This is the wrinkled skin that happens in the neck area. Regardless of how much time and effort you spend on your skincare regimen, the neck is often a neglected area that shows your true age.
While some people are born with it, most people develop it as they age. This can start to happen as early as your 30s. It’s a natural part of aging when the neck muscles start to weaken and the elasticity in the skin dissipates. As the skin loses its ability to stretch and tighten, you’ll notice that it begins.
The platysma muscles will separate and loosen with their borders showing through thinning skin as vertical bands from the jawline to the clavicle. This provides the appearance of a wattle also known as a turkey neck. While there are exercises that many people do, these aren’t usually adequate to get all the skin back in place.
The good news is that there are many effective non-surgical options that can reduce and tighten your skin in this area. While you may find creams, exercises, and other contraptions designed to tighten skin, they usually work very little if at all.
What is the Easiest Way To Get Rid of Turkey Neck Without Surgery?
If you’re serious about getting rid of sagging or wrinkled neck skin, then you’ve come to the right place. The neck area ages faster than other skin for many reasons. Genetics, diet, weight loss, collagen decline, and even skin exposure are all reasons why your neck will age. There are also additional factors that may affect your neck appearance.
PDO Thread Neck Lift
The easiest way to get rid of a turkey neck without surgery is by far the PDO Neck Lift. People from all over the country come to Deborah Parker to get PDO Threads. This is a somewhat new procedure, but it is wildly popular because it is barely invasive and painless (think Botox). A needle, similar to the one used for filler, injects a small thread, typically used for sutures, that lifts and tightens the neck.
Kybella is a non-surgical method of reducing double chins and turkey necks. Kybella uses deoxycholic acid, which is administered via a series of injections to the neck area, permanently destroying fat cells and giving gradual results. Maximum results, with an improved profile, can be seen after six months and are long-lasting.