How to Get Rid of a Double Chin?
A double chin is a roll of fat underneath the chin. It is said that this is harmless, but it does make your face appear bigger and bulky. You might be searching for camera tricks to click the perfect selfie that hides the double chin, but this is not a viable solution. You may have already tried acclaimed facial exercises, but to no avail, with no visible changes to your face. Though a double chin is often associated with weight gain, this is not the case. You may also get it from loose skin or genetics.
There are several factors influencing double chins. Diet and body weight are one of the major contributors. Besides this, posture also plays a big role. Bad posture, while sitting, can gradually loosen muscles, leading to a double chin. Genes can also play a role in developing a double chin.
If exercise and dietary changes do not work for you to remove a double chin, you can opt for non-surgical fat removal from your face. There are now advanced procedures to remove this submental fat located under the chin and under the jawline. In many cases, weight loss doesn’t help to reduce a double chin, therefore, you need to look at other alternatives.
How Does the Process Work?
This injection is a non-surgical alternative to liposuction that helps patients who have minimal skin laxity and small submental fat. It contains the active ingredient DC, which is an acidic component that naturally occurs in the body. This injection permanently destroys fat cells through a process called adipocytolysis.
After the process is complete, you may experience tenderness and swelling. This is a sign that your treatment is working and is destroying fat cells.
Because of its advantages, this non-surgical fat removal is quite popular and winning people over from liposuction. However, you do need to go to experienced cosmetic doctors to get this do.
Come to Longevity Aesthetic and Laser Spa for non-surgical fat removal, we will help you to get the perfect and chiseled jawline that you are longing for.
* * Disclaimer: This content should not be considered medical advice and does not imply a doctor-patient relationship.