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I need a good neck cream for my double chin???????

Started 1266775833 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1266964535 by EnthusedIAm
I am 35 yrs old, thin and I have a double chin, HELP ME GET RID OF IT, a cream or anything that works please.

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azqfan12667760923518 PostsRegistered 10/24/2004
There are no creams that will rid you of a double chin regardless of the marketing hype.

Cardamom12667763416829 PostsRegistered 6/24/2006
You would need a chin lift if you wish to get rid of it or you could try Facial Flex first.

Brabls126677917214740 PostsRegistered 4/27/2007
Facercise-check for book on Amazon.com
Face & neck exercise program.
Works if you work it.

Linda12912667866071280 PostsRegistered 1/16/2005
I second Brabls on the Facercise. I just re-found my book I bought about ten years ago and she has a couple of easy exercises for that neck/chin area.
Author is Carole Maggio - she has a website also.

shoptillId­rop12667887519399 PostsRegistered 10/25/2006Michigan
I agree, there are no creams for double chins or turkey waddles. But, strengthening the neck is a great thing to do.

I tried being patient but it took too long.

miss_Moria12667908025537 PostsRegistered 4/15/2009Somewhere between Shangri La and Heaven
Facercize is a must but you may want a lifestyle lift, which does the lower jaw and lower face only.
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hyacinth00312667909716625 PostsRegistered 11/8/2005
There's a product on HSN from Serious Skin care called "Correc-Chin." I have not used it, but I think it targets your issue. Perhaps go over there and read the reviews.
Hyacinth

miss_Moria12667911795537 PostsRegistered 4/15/2009Somewhere between Shangri La and Heaven
I use Correc Chin from SSC and I like it but it won't correct a true double chin, it will help tighten the loose skin but not so with really loose, droopy muscles and skin. That requires exercise and/or lower face lift to correct.
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Bella HS12667921058076 PostsRegistered 12/17/2007East Hampton, NY
[u]You would need a chin lift if you wish to get rid of it or you could try Facial Flex first.[/u]
I've heard from a few skincare experts that Facial Flex INCREASES wrinkles around the area above your lip and can also create more nasial labia lines due to the REPETITIVE motions of the unit. Since we all know that repetivity by means of our expressions are wrinkle culprits this makes a lot of sense to me.
Like some OP's mentioned it's a surgical correction that will take care of your problem. Creams may help with the texture but I doubt anything else

seehorse12667938362097 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
Thanks to all who suggested Facercise.
I googled it and there are some youtube videos that give you some of the exercises. I'm looking for a neck cure too. I found some exercises that I can try. It can't hurt! (or can it? - that's my question about facial flex - can we be doing more damage than already there???)

Danielle031266894785137 PostsRegistered 1/19/2007
my skin needs to be firm, It is not hanging, loose skin. It is just a double chin when I sit a certain way. I don't like it and was wondering if there is a skincare cream that will help firm it up.

lkjhg12668951563998 PostsRegistered 7/3/2008
No cream, serum, etc. can get rid of a double chin, no matter what the vendors claim. PS (probably lipo) is the only solution.

4doggies12668964653501 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
I agree with Bella, and have read this many times. Why do you think smokers get those lines above their lips? It is from the repetitive smoking motion. (tried to say s**king, they would not let me!)

EnthusedIAm1266898785375 PostsRegistered 8/6/2009
I'm going to reorder Bliss Thinny Thin Chin. I thought, maybe, I saw a teeny, weeny, itsy, bitsy lift with this product. I wonder if it was wishful thinking on my part. Anyway, I'm going to give it another "go round".
Elysee has a lifting mask they sell on HSN and/or their site, elyseecosmetics.com. It's called the Time Avenger Face Lifting Powder Masque, HSN Item: 390-360. I have tried this...did feel a lifting effect...problem is I won't make myself lie down for 30 minutes a few times a week so I can get the alleged long term results.

Mar577512669009992353 PostsRegistered 10/11/2006Broomall, PA not to far from the Q
> I agree with Bella, and have read this many times.
> Why do you think smokers get those lines above their
> lips? It is from the repetitive smoking motion.
> (tried to say s**king, they would not let me!)


I agree too as it only makes sense.

Please don't tell me I've made a grammatical error...I hunt and peck - it's only a message board :)!

EnthusedIAm1266919653375 PostsRegistered 8/6/2009
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Muttlvr12669365042631 PostsRegistered 9/18/2005
~~As others have said, no cream, etc. will work. I've had some luck with the Facial Flex thing, and, of course, losing weight. Just FYI, I'm 50+, and the Facial Flex thing is a love or hate item. Not many feel in between.
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BeautyAddi­ction12669407105794 PostsRegistered 6/8/2007NY
I love my facial flex. When I use it I put my fingers above my top lip to hold it steady and just exercise the rest of my face. The few lines I already had there are no worse.
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lovestodan­ce12669611954914 PostsRegistered 6/12/2006
> There's a product on HSN from Serious Skin care
> called "Correc-Chin." I have not used it, but I
> think it targets your issue. Perhaps go over there
> and read the reviews.
>
> Hyacinth
I have and use this product. Does address that area,but not as well as you may want.
Also apply it after i use my neck facial creams.
I am over 70,and have some neck issues with some sagging,and some lines.
Did post asking if anyone uses nexifirm,or dermatite neck products?
A website i found gave top reviews for several neck products.
Seems #1 was nexifirm.
Would love to hear from anyone that is using,and how it is working for you?
lovestodance
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EnthusedIAm1266964535375 PostsRegistered 8/6/2009
LovesToDance, I'm leery of those type sites. I'm always afraid they are some sort of advertisement...sort of like the newspaper where one sees this "article" only to read the very fine print that the news article is actually an advertisement.

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