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Dermalogica Neck Fit Contour System

Original price $89.00 - Original price $89.00
Original price
$89.00 - $89.00
Current price $89.00

This item has been discontinued by the manufacturer. Limited Quantities Available.

Ditch horizontal lines also known as "tech neck" and loose crepey skin around the neck and chest area with this highly effective serum that acts like a workout for your skin. Developed with FlexLift Contour Technology, an innovative blend of peptides, this serum helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles while toning skin over time. The unique roller applicator evenly distributes serum and provides an immediate tightening and lifting effect that sculpts skin for a more contoured appearance. Cruelty-free, Vegan, Gluten-free, Paraben-free, Sulfate-free, Phthalate-free, Synthetic fragrance-free.

Skin Concerns:

  • Signs of aging on neck and chest area
  • "Tech neck" including horizontal lines and wrinkles
  • Dry, crepey skin


  • Immediately tightens skin, and tones it over time
  • Visibly lifts and sculpts skin's appearance
  • Smoothes and firms skin with Retinol-like results

How to Use:

Turn applicator ON. Tilt chin up and roll applicator over entire neck, from the décolleté up to the jawline. Gently squeeze tube to dispense the serum while rolling. Return the applicator to the OFF position and continue rolling it in an upward motion over the skin to massage in the serum. Keep chin up until serum dries. Use morning and night.

Key Ingredients:

  • Flex Lift Contour Technology: Helps to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while visibly lifting and tightening skin
  • Resurrection Plant: Strengthens and replenishes skin's moisture barrier for a smooth, even appearance and improved hydration and elasticity
  • Rye Seed Extract and Rambutan Extract: work synergistically to deliver Retinol-like results, visibly smoothing, firming and toning skin
  • Griffonia Seed Extract: Botanical extracts with potent antioxidants fight against free radicals