How can I stop getting a wrinkly decolletage from sleeping on my side?
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- An anonymous reader asked for advice on preventing a wrinkly decolletage
- Inge van Lotringen said a pillow which cradles your face and neck should help
- She also advised micro-needling with growth factor serum when salons reopen
Q: I’m a ‘side sleeper’, which means that, at the age of 50, I wake up with a wrinkly decolletage — but I just can’t manage to nod off when I’m lying on my back. No amount of cream will smooth my chest. Is there anything else that works?
A: Try the Nurse Jamie Beauty Bear Age Delay Memory Foam Pillow, £64 (cultbeauty.co uk), a pillow shaped like a weird amoeba that cradles your face and neck to allow you to lie comfortably in any position. It just might be the key to learning to sleep on your back!
An anonymous reader asked for advice on preventing a wrinkly decolletage when sleeping on their side (file image)
Treatment-wise, as soon as salons re-open, micro-needling with growth factor serums is an effective way to re-boot collagen growth and plump out a crepey chest.
Your skin will be punctured with tiny needles, kick-starting new cell production and allowing potent regenerating serums to penetrate deeply. Expect redness and peeling for a few days after each of the three to six sessions; prices are on average £300-£350 per session.
The ultimate fix? That would be Dr Sophie’s Decollete Complexion Fix, £2,000, at Kent’s illuminateskinclinic.co.uk. This is a five-week protocol consisting of one at-home skin peel a week, followed the next day by in-clinic needling with growth factors, plus doctor-prescribed skincare.
Not only will your crepeyness abate, but so will any uneven skin pigmentation.
Inge van Lotringen (pictured) said a pillow shaped like a weird amoeba that cradles your face and neck to allow you to lie comfortably in any position, and could be key to helping the reader sleep on their back
Email your questions to Ingeborg van Lotringen at [email protected]
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