The Platysma is a large superficial muscle located in the neck and décolletage. Its contraction causes a depression of the jaw.
With skin thinning, happening with of ageing, its fibers become evident in the form of vertical bands on each side of the neck.
The appearance of these bands can be softened with the injection of Botulinum Toxin.
In adjunction to platysmal bands, ageing causes the formation of horizontal neck lines that can be treated with a combination of Microneedling, Platelets Rich Plasma (PRP) and Mesotherapy, to stimulate collagen production in the neck skin.