The Body Part That's Making You Look Older
"I'm starting to see premature aging of the neck, even in young millennials," Hale says. "We're constantly looking down on our phones and devices, and this head-tucked-down position contributes to deep horizontal lines developing on the neck." Clinical skincare physician assistant Laura Dyer, MSHS, adds that this "continued crinkling of the skin can cause a breakdown of tissue integrity causing permanent wrinkles." Although most us can't unplug entirely, try to be more conscious of the position of your phones, laptops and computers, she says, and keep them in "a more neutral place—at eye level—as often as possible."