Effective options for double chin reduction


A double chin can be a source of discomfort for many people, and this occurs when there is an accumulation of fat under the chin, resulting in a fullness or sagging appearance. While it may be caused by various factors, such as genetics, ageing, and weight gain, there are several effective options for double chin reduction.

What are the most effective options for double chin reduction?

There are a number of effective options for reducing a double chin, which include:

Lifestyle Changes:

One of the ways to get rid of a double chin caused by weight gain or excessive weight is to make lifestyle adjustments. These consist of consistent physical activity, a healthy diet, and enough water intake. This is because fir some people weight loss can aid in minimising the appearance of a double chin. Lean meats, fresh produce, and a nutritious diet are all beneficial for lowering body fat. However, for those with a double chin caused by genetic factors or ageing, this may have very little impact on the appearance of the double chin.


An aesthetic treatment that can help with double chin reduction is a non-invasive procedure called CoolSculpting. During this treatment fat cells are frozen and killed using controlled cooling. A device is applied to the skin during the procedure to give regulated cooling to the submental region. The standard course of treatment entails several sessions, and the first visible benefits may not be seen for several weeks


A surgical treatment called liposuction can be useful for reducing the appearance of a double chin as this involves eliminating extra body fat. A small skin incision is made during the treatment, and the fat is suctioned out using a cannula, a thin tube.
Although liposuction is a surgical procedure with risks and a prolonged recovery period, it can be an efficient way to get rid of submental fat under the chin.

DesoFace Injections:

DesoFace is a relatively new injectable treatment that is designed to reduce submental fat or a double chin. This treatment option uses a synthetic form of deoxycholic acid, which is a natural substance found in the body that aids in the breakdown and absorption of fat. DesoFace injections are becoming increasingly popular for several reasons.

What are the advantages of DesoFace for double chin reduction?

There are a number of advantages and benefits to choosing DesoFace injections to treat a double chin. These include:

Non-surgical and minimally invasive: These injections are administered through a small needle, making it a less invasive option compared to surgical procedures such as liposuction. This also means that there is minimal downtime, and patients can usually resume their daily activities immediately after treatment.

Quicker results: DesoFace injections require fewer treatment sessions than other injectable treatments and results can be seen in as little as one to two sessions. This makes DesoFace injections a faster option for those looking to see results quickly.

Customizable treatment: DesoFace injections can be tailored to target specific areas of submental fat, resulting in a more precise treatment. This allows patients to achieve the best possible results.

Long-lasting results: Once the fat cells are destroyed, they do not regenerate, meaning that the results of the treatment are permanent. However, it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle to prevent the accumulation of new fat cells.

Here at the Skin and Wellbeing Clinic, fat dissolving injections are one of our most popular aesthetic treatment options and our team of qualified, registered nurses have the experience and expertise to ensure the perfect results for you. Why not get in touch today to find out more

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