Neck and décolleté are very delicate areas that are subject to damage from UV rays. With time, hormonal changes, exposure to the sun, smoking and smog can accelerate thinning of the skin. The decrease of hydration and loss of elasticity in these areas, result in the appearance of first wrinkles on the surface.
The cells on the surface are detached slower, and skin takes on a dry appearance, opaque, and wrinkled.
The metabolism of skin slows down, affecting its capacity to produce new cells.
With age, sebum production decreases, leading to the greater dryness of the skin.
With the decrease of normal elastin levels, skin loses its firmness and the ability to return to its initial position.
With time, the production of collagen degrades, skin sells lose their natural support which then results in rough appearance.