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Your smartphone addiction could be to blame! Dermatologist Dr. Mitchel Goldman says constantly lowering your head to look at your phone can cause the skin on your neck to sag – and horizontal lines to form. That’s because the skin on the neck is thinner than on other parts of the body. It also has relatively few oil glands – unlike the face. Put all that together and your neck can become as wrinkly as a turtle. So, to prevent premature neck wrinkles, moisturize it daily, wear sunscreen, and hold your phone at eye level.

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