De'-col-le-tage if you want to listen to the pronunciation go here.
It does not change a thing. I did not know I had one until I ordered the whole kit and kaboodle of face and neck creams from Cindy Crawford's secret formula or something like that. It is actually Meaningful Beauty. I only used it for awhile until it leaked onto my dresser and the finish came off. Not the products fault, it was cheapish furniture I guess, but I cancelled the ongoing subscription anyway.
We will use this picture because she looks like she has been taking care of her decolletage.
Did you know?:
*Your neck and chest - decolletage or cleavage can get crepey as you age. Sometimes referred to as turkey neck. I do not like the words crepey or turkey neck. Once you learn how to say decolletage you will just stick with that, adding an accent is fun too.
*Sunscreen is more important than ever to smoooooth that decolletage.
*Sleeping on you back helps, I am guessing from the gravity. Although boobs start to pull towards the sides, so I am not sure if you sacrifice them, or that is helps pull you chest so it isn't all bunched up and wrinkly.
*Apply moisturizer to this area everyday. I am not quite sure if you have to use a specific lotion or cream designed for this area. Now that I know it shows aging traits, I use whatever I have to smother this area.
*You should exfoliate your decolletage often to remove dead skin cells and build up oils. Think about the direction of your conditioner from your hair, as you rinse it could just sit there in your cleavage, I am guessing.
As I am not an expert on decolletage care and maintenance, I have noticed my own showing my age. Not sure what that exactly means but I will pay more attention to this area and keep it moisturized.
Please let me know your thoughts on decolletage care.
Final thoughts: Do men have to worry about this and would they also benefit with extra care?