If friends nagging you to put down your smart phone is not reason enough to do it, studies suggest that our phone obsession is leading to a new ageing phenomenon known as ‘tech neck’.
Constantly staring down into a phone screen (we average 150 times a day apparently) leads to strained muscles, stiff shoulders and headaches, but also lines on the neck and sagging around the chin and jawline. These problems might be common in later life, but in the last 10 years, ‘tech neck’ has become a problem for a generation of much younger women.
As we refresh our screens NIA’s Tech Neck Line Smoother (£33) is the product you want to refresh your neck. It reduces the look of horizontal lines and sagging skin on the neck and helps prevent future signs of tech-induced damage. A roller applicator massages and stimulates skin for easy, on-the-go application. The formula is not greasy or heavy and instantly smoothes and firms skin.