Get Rid of Double Chin Non-surgically

How to get rid of Double Chin?

A double chin is caused by an extra layer of fat that develops beneath the chin.

A few different factors combine in the body to create a double chin.


The skin can start to lose its elasticity as the body ages, which can lead to the appearance of extra or saggy skin that may contribute to a double chin.

Diet and weight

While weight gain is not always the cause of a double chin, it can contribute to it. A diet high in calories processed foods, and unhealthful fats may influence weight gain and a double chin as well.


Genes may play a role in people developing a double chin. Anyone with a family history of skin with little elasticity or double chins might be more likely to develop one themselves.


Poor posture can weaken the muscles of the neck and chin. This may contribute to a double chin over time, as the surrounding skin loses its elasticity when the muscles are not used.

How to get rid of a Double Chin without Surgery?

  • Face Masks
    Many face masks are available that can help tighten the skin and reduce the appearance of a double chin.
  • Diet
    A natural diet may help reduce the appearance of a double chin, especially if it is caused by weight gain. Reducing the number of calories consumed each day helps some people. Drinking plenty of water removes more fat from the body. Water and water-rich foods, such as melons and cucumbers may also help remove more toxins from the body.
  • Exercises
    1. Straight Jaw Jut
      • Tilt your head back and look toward the ceiling.
      • Push your lower jaw forward to feel a stretch under the chin.
      • Hold the jaw jut for a 10 count.
      • Relax your jaw and return your head to a neutral position.
    2. Ball exercise
      • Place a 9- to10-inch ball under your chin.
      • Press your chin down against the ball.
      • Repeat 25 times daily.
    3. Pucker Up
      • With your head tilted back, look at the ceiling.
      • Pucker your lips as if you’re kissing the ceiling to stretch the area beneath your chin.
      • Stop puckering and bring your head back to its normal position.
    4. Tongue stretch
      • Looking straight ahead, stick your tongue out as far as you can.
      • Lift your tongue upward and toward your nose.
      • Hold for 10 seconds and release.
    5. Neck stretch
      • Tilt your head back and look at the ceiling.
      • Press your tongue against the roof of your mouth.
      • Hold for 5 to 10 seconds and release.
    6. Bottom Jaw Jut
      • Tilt your head back and look at the ceiling.
      • Turn your head to the right.
      • Slide your bottom jaw forward.
      • Hold for 5 to 10 seconds and release.
      • Repeat the process with your head turned to the left.