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Double Chin: What It Is, What Causes It

A double chin, also known as submental fat, is a condition where an extra layer of fat forms around the neck, causing the appearance of a "second chin."   Although it is not a sign of poor health, it can be aesthetically displeasing for some, and when it comes to our appearance, many of us are our worst critics. So, when we see something we don't like about ourselves, it can be really tough to deal with. In fact, many people feel self-conscious about their double chin, which can destroy their self-image and self-esteem. However, it is important to keep in...

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Defining Your Jawline. Why Jaw Exercise is Part of Many People’s Regime. Chisell

Defining Your Jawline. Why Jaw Exercise is Part of Many People’s Regime.

The jawline is one of the most important and defining features of the face. It can make or break an appearance and is often one of the first things people notice. But as we age, the jawline begins to lose form due to extra fat deposits around the neck and jaw. A defined jawline is highly envied as it projects a youthful appearance while giving definition to your other facial features. But, did you know there are things you can do to keep your jawline in its best form? If you’re looking to keep your jawline toned and sculpted, one...

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How Does Age Affect Our Jawline?

How Does Age Affect Our Jawline?

None of us is immortal–science hasn’t figured that out just yet. As the years go by, our bodies become more vulnerable due to the gradual accumulation of molecular and cellular damage. Our physical and mental capacity reduces until our bodies cannot recover from illness or support life.But before that happens, between age-related incapacitation and the bliss of youth, ageing happens. It is not linear, nor is it consistent–and we cannot rigidly tie certain outcomes to the number of years spent on this earth. However, on a biological level, the more revolutions you witness, the looser things get, the more brittle...

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Invasive Vs. Non-invasive Jawline Enhancement Procedures

Invasive Vs. Non-invasive Jawline Enhancement Procedures

Jawlines have their role in beauty!Attractiveness is a highly subjective and contentious contemporary issue. However, there’s no denying that a strong jawline is almost as highly coveted as a full hairline, a trim waistline, or flawless skin. A strong jawline is seen as an indicator of youthfulness, power, strength and confidence. The film industry, runways, and stages worldwide have popularised straight jawlines with sharply chiselled angles. Think of your favourite actor, artist, designer, etc. For every 5, at least one is blessed with the coveted ‘perfect jawline.’ And it cuts across the bar for women and men. For every Brad...

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What is Mewing?

What is Mewing?

Mewing is a coin termed by fans of the practice and ideally refers to proper tongue posture. Proponents of the art claim that there are exercises one can perform to effectively alter the shape of one's jawline for improved aesthetics. People who practice mewing also claim that it has a myriad of health benefits, some of which include: Relief for sleep apnea Relief for sinusitis A more defined jaw Corrects speech impediments Alleviates pain associated with jaw issues such as temporomandibular joint dysfunction Corrects crooked teeth Improved facial structure Improved breathing/ relief from nasal congestion Improved swallowing Improved alignment of...

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Causes of a Weak Jawline and How to Correct Them

Causes of a Weak Jawline and How to Correct Them

As we get older, it's not uncommon to notice a few more wrinkles here and there or maybe a bit of grey in our hair. But what about changes we can't see initially? One such change is a weakening of the jawline and chin. While it's not always noticeable at first, the lack of definition in these areas can lead to a change in appearance over time. A defined jawline gives your face a more angular appearance and makes you look overall leaner and more put together. However, remember, a weak jawline is nothing to be ashamed of–it doesn’t affect...

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