A persistent drop in human growth hormone and IGF-1 (SermMax & ReleasingMax) shrinks the brain, muscles, and cheeks by about 30%. These deficiencies result in a sagging of the entire skin organ causing ‘crepe skin’ and an atrophied face that has lost over 30% of its fat, collagen, and elastin. In addition, deficient hormones such as relaxin (RelaxinMax), HGH, and IGF-1 are responsible for fine forehead wrinkles, thoracic kyphosis, and turkey neck. More on turkey neck later. The deficient hormones, aldosterone and vasopressin (AldoMax & VasoMax) cause crow’s feet (Follow the dark green arrow in the above photo). Lack of sex hormones such as estrogens and testosterone cause dull eyes and vertical lines on the upper lip (Young people have very shiny eyes due to high levels of these hormones). GH and IGF-1 deficiencies plus a loss of calcium in facial bones cause nasal-labial folds (the light green arrow above). Thyroid deficiencies cause myxedema (hanging jowls and neck) of the jaw line. References and photos for these signs and symptoms are found in Amazon book “Picture Atlas of Endocrinology & Hormone Therapy” from 2010. In summary, our faces are not meant to age. The aging of the face can be prevented by up to 70 % given today’s regenerative technologies.
What Can Be Done About Turkey Neck that Dermatologists May Not Be Aware of?
I have discovered that mild turkey neck is easily corrected by injecting subcutaneously 0.01mg of each HGH and IGF-1 into the loose skin of the neck with a 31-guage diabetic syringe. The effects are immediate, and mild turkey neck will tighten significantly after a few injections.