Frequently asked questions
Is weak chin treatment safe?
As the UK’s leading skin clinic, our reputation is built on our high standards, exceptional products, industry-leading equipment and unwavering expectations. Every treatment is safe and has undergone the rigorous clinical testing necessary for cosmetic practice and distribution across our branches.
How long does it last?
Most of our non-surgical treatments are temporary and can last up to six months to two years depending on the treatment. During your consultation, your clinician will outline which treatment is suitable for you given your permanency expectations.
Does the treatment hurt?
Discomfort is to be expected as most of the treatments for weak chin are injectables, however as your comfort is a priority, numbing agents and local aesthetic is available upon request to make your experience as enjoyable as possible.
Although weak chin is often a familial trait, its appearance can be reduced through certain preventative treatments and measures. It is thought that by losing excess facial fat, it may help improve the appearance of the chin area and promote a firmer outline.
Facial massages, rolling devices and jaw and chin exercises are also another way of preventing a weak chin, but their efficacy is often disputed.
It is generally thought that the repetitive movement of the jaw may help tighten, and strengthen the mouth muscles, helping create the illusion of a stronger jawline. However, frequent strain of the jaw may cause more harm than good and lead to injury.
Rejuvenating professional skin treatments that work to tighten and rejuvenate the skin, such as skin peels and HydraFacials, have proven benefits in reducing the appearance of loose, sagging skin. They can also help generate a healthy glow and enhance overall skin health which in turn, improves confidence.
At sk:n we offer a range of treatments to reduce a small, recessed or weak chin. Click to see best procedures for weak chin.
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