Can a Topical Cream, with a Wrap Help with Turkey Neck? I Am 38 and Can't Afford Surgey.
- Asked by amylittle73
- 1 year ago
My husband is coming home in December from a 2 year tour. He is in great shape and through hard work I have lost 65 pounds but I am 2 years older than my husband. Our insurance will not even touch a neck lift. So would using a topical cream and wrapping my neck help at all?
No Topical Creams for Turkey Neck
There are no topical creams or wraps for a turkey neck, and a turkey neck is only amenable to a face and neck lift.
Creams, Lotions and Exercises Do Not Help Loose Skin
Creams, Lotions and Exercises Do Not Help Loose Skin. Save your money on topical creams, lotions, and neck exercises. They are all a waste of money and will not help you.
Only neck lift will correct loose skin and muscle bands.
I understand your anxiety, but your "problem" is mild, and you look fine. Don't waste money on "non invasive" procedures.
Would be nice..
There is no cream that will fix what is bothering you. You need the muscles, skin and underlying tissues tightened. First choice would be a well performed conservative cheek lift and platysmaplasty. Less invasive and less predictable would be Ultherapy.
Can a Topical Cream or Wrap Help with Turkey Neck?
Unfortunately, there is no topical treatment to tighten the neck skin to the degree that you're looking for. There are ultrasound-based or radiofrequency skin tightening treatments that will result in improvement in your neck without the cost or downtime of a necklift. Congratulations on the weight loss and your upcoming reunion with your husband!
Stephen Weber MD, FACS
Web reference: http://weberfacialplasticsurgery.com/facelift-necklift/
Topical cream and wrap for neck
Congratulations on your weight loss, as that is a significant accomplishment. But in my opinion, I do not believe that any topical cream with or without a wrap would give any improvement to tightening the neck.
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