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MPEP3US
Posts: 56
11/16/12 2:47 A

Thank you for all the responses !! I appreciate it!! : )
I am 52..so I dont think my skin will bounce back that fast...



POPSECRET
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11/15/12 11:23 A

Haha I thought it was going to be about actual turkey necks, too :)


I bet your loose skin will improve, but I'm not sure how much. I think that might depend on your age and the condition of your skin.



RIET69
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11/15/12 11:15 A

Me Too! emoticon



SCTK519
Posts: 2,085
11/14/12 10:17 P

Not gonna lie, when I saw this subject in the list, I thought it was going to be a post about what people do with the turkey neck that's stuffed inside the butterball turkey. I just throw it out :) Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! :)



LIBBYL1
Posts: 5,760
11/14/12 8:38 P

don't know if they work but yoga has some face and neck exercises



UNIDENT
Posts: 33,498
11/14/12 6:03 P

It may or may not get better with time.

Let me guess - that spa sells micodermabrasion sessions? Don't take a recommendation from anyone who sells what they're recommending - they have a very vested interest in telling you that treatment is needed - they want to make money! :)

As I understand microdermabrasion, it may help with the colour or quality of skin, but doesn't do anything about how much skin you have. Your problem is elasticity (you want to be elastic and shrink down), not quality of what is there. I'm no skin care expert, but I wouldn't think mda would really help much. Get a second opinion from someone who doesn't sell it, if that spa person does... :)



LUANN_IN_PA
Posts: 15,894
11/14/12 3:00 P

It might get better with time, especially if you are losing slowly, if you are young, and if you have good genes!

Most people need surgery to remove excess skin.



RIET69
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11/14/12 2:40 P

One of the reasons I gained some weight back about a year ago was because of this very problem. I think I will have to resort to some turtle neck tops this time around.



MPEP3US
Posts: 56
11/14/12 2:19 P

Thanks for your response : )
u said wait for mother nature to catch up..so do you think it will get better in time ?
I know that someone that runs a spa suggested microdermabrasion treatments..which I really dont want...someone else said..like a mini neck lift surgery..ugh....



UNIDENT
Posts: 33,498
11/14/12 1:43 P

Time....

Nothing really helps shrink skin. Drink lots of water, stay well hydrated, and wait for mother nature to catch up. :)



MPEP3US
Posts: 56
11/13/12 9:54 P

I dont know if this is the right place to write this...but after losing about 47 to 50 pounds...my double neck turned to wrinkly turkey neck !!!!! UGH !!!It is embarrassing ! I have tried different creams and moisturizers..nothing seems to help....
ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS FOR ME ???????? Thank you !!! : )



 
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