I have a series of pictures that show my neck wrinkles as they started as a double chin, then the chin went away, then came back, then went away and left these wattle thingies, then came back. The double chin is gone now but the neck wattle thingies remain. I think they're not as bad as they were. I really think eating high fat, low carb, lots of organ meats primal is helping my skin a lot. But sadly I think I'm too old to hope for a perfectly smooth neck without surgery.
Female, 5'3", 49, Starting weight: 163lbs. Current weight: 135 (more or less).
Starting squat: 45lbs. Heaviest squat: 180 x 2. Heaviest Deadlift: 230 x 2
I'm cutting my fucking neck off. I'm getting some rad cyber chip neck. Thanks.
I think there is some damage to skin that can't be helped without medical intervention (laser or surgery). And some people wrinkle more easily than others. It's genetic, so your neck might have become an issue even if you hadn't gained and lost the same 15 pounds over and over (15 isn't really a lot spread over a whole body).
There is little one can do with diet and exercise for the neck and the back of the hands.
I keep mine in check with facial peels. I know they are not primal, but I don't care. I have had the VI Peel and the Apeel and the second worked best for me (they both work good but I got more peeling with the second). Both also got rid of dark spots on my cheeks.
Toot toot, looks like rain.
skin brushing. Get yourself a natural-bristles body brush and brush lighty from chest to chin/ears. Lots of info on the web. Prob best if you do full body brush first, then work on the neck as long as you want. will take a while, but should improve wrinkles. Sea salt cream afterwards, also sea salt masks might help.
Also you can check out facial exercises on the web, I'm sure there are some for tightening neck.
It's probably genetic. My grandmother had a wattle. My mom has a wattle. I will have a wattle.