Remove double chin, Have you lately been suffering from double chin problems which come up every time you are trying to take a selfie? After a certain age, the skin starts to lose elasticity and collagen which results in sagging of your skin. This situation can be aggravated if a healthy diet and lifestyle are not followed. There are no shortcuts to remove the double chin.
However, the following exercises, if done regularly, can help to remove or reduce double chin :
- Pout and Tilt.
Take out your lips in a pout as far as you can such that you can feel your chin muscles wrinkled and puckered when touched.
Now, having your lips pouted, contract your neck muscles and then tilt and go as low as you can such that you don’t bend your shoulder. Hold it for a second and then release your lips and straighten the neck. Repeat this 20 times.
Read: Tips for Luscious Lips.
- Kiss the Ceiling.
Sit back straight without dropping your shoulders, stretch your neck upwards such that you are seeing the ceiling.
Now shape your lips as if you are trying to kiss the ceiling and hold that position for 20 seconds and then slowly relax your face and then return to normal position. Repeat it for 10 times.
- Chin and Neck Rotation.
Sit straight in a position with an elongated spine.
Slowly rotate your neck clockwise such that your chin touches your chest and you can feel the maximum stretch on the sides of the neck while rotating.
Do this 10 times clockwise and then 10 times anticlockwise.
- Fish face.
Sit straight with your neck erect and suck your cheeks and lips as we used to do when we were a kid.
Now try smiling, hold it for 10 seconds and relax. Repeat it for 10 times.
- Chew those gums.
This is the age-old tactic for someone who wants a chiseled face. Chewing gum doesn’t require any special extra effort and is supposed to keep you active.
Try out those sugar-free gums which you can chew for hours and get those a sharp jawline without much effort.
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