Want to know how to lose a double chin naturally - without surgery? You may be able to reduce and firm that sagging bulging skin under your chin with (and firm up your lower face and neck) with specific neck and chin exercises.
Excess weight – If you’re overweight weight loss should be your first step to help reduce a double chin. Natural or surgical procedure may not even be necessary once the excess weight has been eliminated.
Hereditary – If either one of your parents have a double chin then chances are pretty high that you’ll have the same issues. Some plastic surgeons feel that this is usually due to certain facial structures. Sometimes the fat pad under your chin may seem more prominent if your face or chin is smaller or narrower.
Age - In many cases, what looks like a double chin is really the result of skin sagging. With age the neck muscles (the platysma) loose elastic and become stiff. The muscle begins to droop forward causing fat pads and skin to protrude forward.
In addition, lost skin elasticity, lost facial volume (natural subcutaneous fat) and facial bone shrinkage all contribute to drooping and sagging skin under the chin and neck area.
Double chin/neck exercises work well together to help lift and firm jowls, neck, under chin and chest area. Exercises can help to:
Ok, so here are few simple double chin and neck exercises to try.
1. The brush......................
2. The Tongue Press.................
The length of time, of course, will vary depending on age and how often you do them and if you do the whole facial exercise program or just the two double chin exercises listed above.
But, in general, people start to see some small changes within 2 weeks. I started to noticeable results in about 3 weeks. Dramatic results can be seen in about 6 months to a year. Once you start to see results…….you’re hooked.
Try to perform the whole facial workout to firm up the foundation of the face. It only takes a few minutes a day.
This will help ensure that everything from your forehead to your chest is firmed up and toned. Then (if you still need to) you can add a few extra bonus exercises like those listed above for those hard to tone areas – like the chin and neck.
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