Skin Care for a Part of the Body You Can't Afford to Miss!

Dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban joins The Doctors to teach us about a part of the body that is often overlooked when to comes to aging. Due to time and sun exposure, Dr. Shamban says the skin of the neck can start to wrinkle, giving an effect that looks similar to crepe paper.

Brenda, a nurse who recently lost 40 pounds, is not happy with how fast her skin is aging, especially around her neck, and she's looking for help.

Dr. Ordon notes that genetics can play a part in how our skin looks and ages. While we may not be able to control our genetics, we can control our habits in terms of taking care of our skin.

In order to ensure our skin looks its best, The Doctors suggest:

  • Protecting your skin against sun exposure
  • Do not smoke
  • Make sure to get enough sleep
  • Do not excessively drink
  • Avoid processed foods
  • Eat healthy
  • Avoid excess stress

Dr. Shamban adds that finding a product that can be used both on the face and the neck is important and suggests that Brenda try a serum. Dr. Shamban recommends No7 Restore & Renew Face & Neck Multi Action Serum. She explains that this serum differs from other products because of its ingredients. It contains calcium amino acids and ceramides, which she says target skin fragility, neck crepiness and boost epidermal strength.

Available at Walgreens and Walgreens.com for under $35, this is No7's first serum to deliver these five clinically proven results:

  • 96% saw visibly reduced wrinkles on the face
  • 97% saw noticeably firmer facial skin 
  • 88% saw more even skin tone on the face 
  • 87% saw reduced crepiness of the neck 
  • 92% had improved skin firmness in the neck

Results regarding the serum come from a study conducted by No7.

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