Chicken skin on the neck – what’s the best treatment?

What is the best treatment to deal with chicken skin on the neck and lose skin under the chin.

If you are over 50 and pretty loose, surgery may still be your best option. As much as I love nonsurgical options, sometimes the best, most cost effective result is surgery, if there is a lot of loose skin.


Start with good products, sunscreen every morning and try this SkinCeutials neck, chest & hand product.


But, non surgical techniques are starting to catch up on the neck. The Exilis is a very real option, as is a fractionated CO2 resurfacing (experts only), as are combinations of tightening technologies like Exilis with lasers. My prediction is that results on the neck will continue to really improve over the next few years as we understand better how to combine these technologies effectively.


Also, there are two good options awaiting FDA approval (no one knows when this will happen). One is an injectible that is quite safe that helps to melt fat under the chin and the other is a special adapter head for that area from CoolSculpting.


Hope this helps, Dr. I


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Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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