Sisley-Paris’ new product says to heck with tech neck

Ah, the neck – such a fragile part of the body as giraffes and the late Nora Ephron (author of “I Feel Bad About My Neck and Other Thoughts on Being a Woman”) discovered.

There’s gravity. There’s turkey neck. There’s the turtleneck to cover turkey neck. And now adding to the challenges there’s tech neck — the wrinkles and double chins resulting from the chin-to-collarbone position assumed by those who are always busy texting. (LOL.)

Sisley-Paris, which pioneered antiaging for the neck with its first Neck Cream in 1981, has upped the ante with a new product designed not only to firm and smooth this most vulnerable body part but to refine and reshape it. 

The immediate sensation of lift, says the company, with American headquarters in White Plains, comes from a formula that includes various extracts — of oat seed, rhatany, lady’s mantle, soy fiber, red algae and horse chestnut — along with vitamin E acetate, caffeine, shea butter, glycerin of vegetable origin, sunflower oil and D-Panthenol.

Sisley-Paris Neck Cream retails for $180 and is available in 95 luxury retailers nationwide, including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys New York, select locations of Nordstrom and Bloomingdale’s — including Bloomindale’s White Plains, where it was part of the store’s latest fun “Makeup Date” emceed by Carson Kressley. 

For more, visit And while we’re at it, chin up.

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