Fats appear everywhere on the body. The worst part is that we never get to choose where they appear. And the other infuriating thing is when they appear on our face - right where we can least hide them!
Yes, it is about, which creates a visual impression of additional fullness.
Double chin is usually formed due to sagging muscles which is caused by obesity, aging or genetics.
Here are some ways to get rid of the double chin or at least reduce its dimensions:
Chewing gum tightens the jaw muscles. It also activates the digestive system, helps clean the teeth of food debris and removes bacteria from the gums.
Glycerin mask can shape the skin
Mix one tablespoon of glycerin, half a tablespoon of Epsom s alt and a few drops of peppermint oil. Apply to the face and neck as well as the chin.
It is good for the mask to stay on the skin for about 10 minutes. Then rinse with lukewarm water. Do this procedure 3 times a week.
The egg white has an effect similar to glycerin
Egg whites have an astringent effect that helps the skin keep its good shape. Simply mix one egg white with one tablespoon of milk, a little lemon juice, honey and a few drops of essential oil of your choice and apply to face and neck.
This mask should be left on for about 5 minutes before being rinsed off with cold water.
Repeat three times a week.
Eat more melons and watermelons
Melons and watermelons of all varieties help get rid of the double chin. They are high in water content and help flush out toxins from the body and skin. These fruits promote weight loss while making you feel full.
You can even apply fresh pieces of melon or watermelon on the chin. It sure helps this area get in shape.
Chin tightening exercises also work without fail, but must be done daily to be effective.
The easiest exercise is to open your mouth wide, stick your tongue out of your mouth as much as possible. Hold for a few seconds and repeat 10 times. This exercise leads to an inevitable tightening of the chin.
Another effective exercise is to hold your chin with your hand, applying resistive pressure. Bend the head down slowly, countering with your hand at the same time.