Any Benefits from "Neckline Slimmer"?

Does anyone think we could benefit from the "Neckline Slimmer" (as seen on TV)? I had a face lift 10 years ago but now probably from gaining and losing weight, there is some loose skin and I wonder if this is a worthwhile effort to tighten the skin under the chin. ((20 chin-ups 2x/day)

Doctor Answers 3

Neckline slimmer

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These gadgets that they sell on television are great for the person that sells them, because they make money.  But they do not do what a surgical procedure can do.

New York Plastic Surgeon
4.2 out of 5 stars 30 reviews

Neckline slimmer will do what Dr Aldea said.

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If it worked why would anyone do surgery!!!

Get a tightening of the excess skin you have developed and you  will be much happier.

Toby Mayer, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 38 reviews

There are LOTS of benefits from from the "Neckline Slimmer"

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There are LOTS of benefits from from the "Neckline Slimmer" - but all to the guys who sell this junk NOT to the unsuspecting, credulous customers who buy it.

The loss of the acute angle of the neck (jaw to neck) and its widening change with aging and fat deposition to a straight line from the chin to the junction of the neck and chest is a result of the detachment of the Platysma muscles from the neck and forward migration. All the "As seen on TV" junk money can buy can never tighten these thin muscles and re-form the tight hammock the muscle is supposed to form against the neck. This can be improved with the SKINTYTE treatments by SCITON (check SkinTyte on youTube) - several treatments spaced 3-4 weeks apart will tighten the Platysma. But if you want much more improvement much faster - have a Neck lift.

Peter A. Aldea, MD
Memphis Plastic Surgeon

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