I don't like my neck, in fact, I hate it. But Strivectin is repairing my relationship with it. Years ago, I started noticing deep lines in my neck, being in my 30s at the time I was surprised to see the "rings" so early on. My aunt said "turkey neck" and neck lines run in my family but not until their 60s. WHAT?! With all my careful anti-aging beauty regimes, regular facials and facial roller routines (have you seen my jade roller snaps?) how am I aging exponentially faster than my aunts?! When I learned about "Tech Neck" and realized it's an actual thing afflicting young people in our generation, I breathed a sigh of relief and started researching different ways of combating this condition.
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One of my best friends just found a cancerous mole on her back. She lives in NYC and works ridiculous hours in an office, and yet still managed to spend enough time unprotected in the sun for this to happen. Luckily, all it took was a short procedure to remove it, but it still cost her $12,000, even with insurance...in case - aside from wrinkles - you needed more motivation to lather on sunscreen every day (even in the winter, it is a MUST!).
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The oft-quoted statistic says that 20% of New Yorkers go to bed hungry, and that one in four children in New York goes to bed hungry. Horrifying. A close friend of mine was one of those kids, and to this day she has anxiety about ever returning to the times when creditors were knocking on her parents' front door and dinner wasn't guaranteed.
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