Contouring the face using makeup is an essential step in almost everyone’s routine. From YouTube tutorials to fanatically liked Instagram posts, the bronze and highlight technique is still trending. But contouring can be time-consuming, especially as we grow older and the lower chin starts to lose its elasticity. However, in some cases, you may be looking to achieve a longer-lasting change, one that won’t disappear when you wash your face.
For many of us, the chin area, or rather, the dreaded “double chin,” can detract from our confidence and mask what is otherwise a gorgeous and natural face shape. Double chin is also known as submental fat, it occurs when a layer of fat forms below your chin. It can be caused by weight gain, genetics or simply looser skin because of aging.
There are some simple exercises that we can do to “workout” the double chin, ranging from neck stretches to ball exercises that could help build more muscle to work on the laxity issue.
While drastic surgical measures have existed for years with new technologies in injectables emerging to tackle the chin area, there are other innovative and more comfortable options to help you achieve the definition you desire without the lengthy downtime.
Radio frequency-based anti-aging treatments just may become your new favorite beauty treatment! While diet and exercise alone are sometimes not enough to tighten stubborn zones like the double chin, radio frequency face and body aesthetic treatments can work to increase blood circulation and boost collagen production to help smoothen out the treatment area for more youthful-looking skin.
The beautiful thing about radio frequency treatments is that the technology is proven to be safe and effective for all skin tones and there’s no downtime required. What’s more, non-invasive treatments with Venus Freeze Plus™, Venus Versa™, and Venus Legacy™ are comfortable enough to use around the face and chin area.
Take the first step to learn more about the benefits of anti-aging treatments, contact a certified treatment provider in your area.