Why Even Skinny People Have Double Chins
Unfortunately, if you have a double chin despite being on the thinner side, you just may be born that way. That’s because some people are genetically prone to carrying fat around the neck and jawline, even if they can burn fat everywhere else. Your body literally cannot help storing fat there – and if you’re looking to reduce chin fat, you may need more than diet and exercise to see results.
What are the signs that you may need a little extra help getting rid of your double chin? Take a look:
- You have a healthy and active lifestyle, but your double chin hasn’t budged an inch.
- You are capable of losing weight in other places on your body, but your double chin just doesn’t seem to respond.
- You’ve always had a double chin, even when you were younger and had a much higher metabolism.
Okay, so you may be genetically predisposed to hold fat around your jawline and underneath your chin. So what extra help do you need to get rid of it?