Neck skin care is an integral part of daily body skin care. The skin of the front and sides of the neck is usually dry, so care for it is the same as for dry skin. When caring for your neck, do not forget about the skin of the chest and shoulders.
Neck skin care, double chin, products from raw materials of plant and other origin, recipes, home cooking and application methods.
A double chin gives women a lot of disappointment, the predisposition to which is often hereditary. Overweight also contributes to the appearance of a double chin. To prevent its occurrence, you need to monitor the setting of the head, keep it straight and high. It’s better to sleep completely without a pillow or on a very flat and quite rigid.
When applying a nourishing cream to the skin, slowly, rhythmically pat the chin area with the back of your hand in the direction from the midline to the ears. It is also recommended to make alternating hot and cold compresses. In addition to cosmetics produced by the perfume industry that are used to care for the skin of the neck, at home, you can use the following recipes.
Neck Skin Care Recipes.
2 tablespoons of fat cottage cheese are mixed with the juice of 1/2 orange and 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil. The mixture is applied in a double-folded gauze, which is bandaged to the neck for 15-20 minutes. After removing the mask, wash the neck with warm water. It is advisable to make such a mask 2 times a week with aging neck skin.
Boil 2 potatoes in their skins, peel and knead. Add 1 teaspoon of olive oil and glycerin to the hot puree. The mixture on gauze is applied to the neck. Cover with a dense napkin, which is bandaged. After 15-20 minutes, the compress is removed, the neck is rinsed with warm water, wiped with linden infusion. 1-2 tablespoons of flowers pour 200 ml of boiling water, insist 10-15 minutes, then filter. And apply a fat cream for 30-40 minutes.
Compress for neck.
A handful of inflorescences of boil is boiled in 250 ml of milk. Dense fabric is moistened with a warm mixture and wrapped around the neck. A plastic film and a terry towel are placed on top. Hold for 15 minutes. After the compress, the neck is not washed, but wiped with a towel and cream is applied. This compress is good for sluggish, stretched skin..
With withered skin of the neck, contrasting compresses (starting and ending with cold) with mint are useful. Hot compresses are applied for 1-2 minutes, cold for 5 minutes. Hot compress of mint.
Compress with sage.
With withered neck skin 2 times a week, it is useful to make hot and cold compresses alternately, starting and ending with cold. Hot hold 1-2 minutes, cold 5 minutes. Hot compresses are made from infusion or broth of sage.
Cream for maintaining neck skin elasticity.
Composition: 1 part lanolin and 4 parts peach oil. The cream is applied to the skin of the front and side surfaces of the neck, stroking it with one or the other hand, grasping the neck under the chin with a brush and gently stroking from top to bottom 10-15 times. Following this, for 3-5 minutes it is slightly shaken with your fingertips. It is recommended to massage the back of the neck with circular movements of each hand 5-10 times.
Mix 1 yolk, 1 teaspoon of honey, 2 teaspoons of vegetable oil, 1 teaspoon of infusion of chamomile inflorescences, 15 ml of camphor alcohol and the same amount of petroleum jelly or lanolin. Cream is applied to the skin after a hot compress.
The gruel of the flaxseed decoction (2 tablespoons of the seeds is poured into 400 ml of water and boiled to a mushy state) is lubricated on the neck and chest, covered from above with parchment paper and a bath towel. After removing the mask, sprinkle the skin with cold water and grease with cream. This mask makes the skin of the neck smooth and delicate..
1. To maintain skin elasticity, it is useful to wipe the neck, shoulders and chest with a solution of 1 lemon juice in 500 ml of water once a week. Then the skin needs to be dried and massaged in a nourishing cream.
2. After the neck and shoulders, it is recommended to rinse with water with the addition of lemon juice (1 teaspoon of juice in 2 liters of water).
Based on the book Universal Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants.
Putyrsky I., Prokhorov V.