What to know how to eliminate a double chin -- you know that little pouch of fat hanging under the chin area? Or fat chubby cheeks?
These features make us look heavier and older than we really are....which is why we are all interested in slimming and trimming our face.
And it’s not just a problem for aging baby boomers…..Even young, thin people can have the appearance of a double chin due to their facial structure.
The three main reasons for extra fat pads around and under our face is: genetics, weight gain, and weakening of facial muscles -- causing the skin to sag – this is most common with aging.
And, for most people over 40....losing weight won't correct this problem because it's due to sagging facial muscles.
There are a few ways to lose a double chin and saggy/fat cheeks.....
By exercising targeted muscles around the cheeks and under the chin repeatedly you can help to reduce sagging skin by strengthening the muscles from the chin to the neck.....
This gives your face a more sculpted, tighter, and thinner face.
These exercises are really simple and usually involve stretching the neck, opening the mouth and making exaggerated facial movements, but they target certain specific muscles for maximum effects.
These exercises will not show you how to eliminate double chin and fat cheeks, but they help to lift and tighten the lower half of the face…..like the sagging jowls.
While this video helps with double chin, it can also help firm up the whole face. Look at the picture below.
I'm 8 years YOUNGER on the picture on the left, yet my face is firmer and tighter in the picture on the right - where I'm 8 years OLDER!
This video will walk you through each step so that you'll correctly perform the most important anti-skin sagging exercises.
The best part is these exercises work very fast...I stared to see results in about a 4-6 weeks.
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