There are many factors that can lead to someone developing a double chin. Some of them are:
Especially amongst Asians, as we tend to have a certain jaw structure, double chin occurrence is relatively high. Many of my patients I see have had double chin fat since they were teenagers.
Asians tend to have a smaller jawline than other races, making little deposits of fat become far more prominent than they would look like otherwise.
As we age, collagen loss happens at a small but steady rate per year. Our neck skin starts to sag, and fat deposits there become more apparent.
Also, aging causes our metabolism to slow down, causing us to put on fat in unwanted areas far more freely.
⦁ Health & Diet
Double chins are caused due to the accumulation of fat around the jaw area. If you’re not watching what you eat and you avoid exercise, the caloric surplus will inevitably cause you to put on weight and you might end up developing an ugly looking double chin.
Yes, you heard me right! Something as simple as having a good posture might help you correct your double chin woes. People with a tendency to slouch, or hunch, will cause fat to bunch up in an unsightly way below their jaw. Something as simple as keeping your neck and spine straight can actually correct your appearance in a significant way!