Neck and décolleté: How can I treat stains?

Cuidado del cuello y escote

Areas that reveal age

Often, we focus on taking care of the skin on our face. We use all kinds of creams and serums to hydrate and moisturize this area, but we completely forget about a very sensitive area: the neck and décolleté. This skin is thinner and has a smaller number of sebaceous glands, which results in more noticeable fragility and, therefore, premature aging, manifesting itself in the form of spots due to the lack of application of sunscreen.

Fortunately, advances in the use of innovative ingredients for the formulation of dermocosmetics have taken enormously advanced steps that allow us to carry out gentler and more effective care for the delicate area of ​​the neck and décolleté.  

Some ingredients recommended by the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology to treat spots. [1]

  • Glycolic Acid: It has antimicrobial and skin rejuvenating activity. Provides progressive exfoliation. Increases skin hydration.  
  • Retinol Emulsion: Helps treat skin visibly affected by photo damage. Contributes to achieving brighter and more uniform skin.  
  • Depigmentants : Help unify skin tone and provide an illuminated effect. Some examples of this type of elements are: Phytic Acid, Ferulic Acid and Niacinamide.  

Meet ClareSkin Neckline Serum

We know that you are looking to obtain the best benefits for your skin, therefore, at RÊVE Dermatologique we developed ClareSkin Neckline Serum .

The formula of this serum includes the aforementioned ingredients for the treatment of skin blemishes; Glycolic Acid 6% , Retinol Emulsion 1% and a combination of encapsulated depigmentants that are alpha Arbutin, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Phytic Acid, Ferulic Acid, Niacinamide, Retinol Palmitate and Tocopherol Acetate .  

To help keep this area looking younger and smoother, it also includes 3% Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin E Ester , ingredients that help hydrate and provide softness and elasticity.  

ClareSkin Neckline Serum and its ingredients

Remember to consult your dermatologist about any new spots and visit him or her at least once a year.

1. Stains: the latest to combat them - AEDV. (2015, October 20). Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology.