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I think it helps: exactly how much is hard to say. I am fairly sure that their products are probably not necessary; I declined to replace the samples provided and bought 500ml of hyaluronic gel to use instead.
And apologies if you thought I was suggesting you were overweight; any weight loss shows first on the face in my experience.
Face yoga might be an option? Some folk seem to think it works.
I have a Nu Face mini, and i dont think it has made any difference whatsoever, although i dont have a double chin, mine is more just saggy underneath, the middle bit I have had it for about 10 months and still use it every day, but i really cant see any difference My daughter went to see a plastic surgeon about getting rid of her double chin and he just advised her to lose a bit of weight, even though she didnt really need it everywhere else In the end she had liposuction, which worked but left it a bit lumpy and apparently takes a while to settle, I dont think it looks much better, but cant really say so to her
I know what you mean, not a double chin but slight sagging there from age that has nothing to do with the weight you are. In fact I imagine weight loss would make it more noticeable! I don't think the LED treatment would help but facial exercises are fantastic and if you can be bothered to do them every day really work. Have a Google. There are plenty of books and videos available.
I think you are right about the weight loss. I have dropped two dress sizes over the last couple of years. I’ve had a look at the face yoga videos on google and they look hysterical but worth trying so will look into getting myself a recommended video. Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to post information/ advice.
You could try the Rio, 60 second neck exerciser,i have had one for ages but only recently started using it again, Reviews on Amazon are mixed, and it works by 9 volt battery, some say the battery doesnt last long, but i find it ok, You can actually feel the muscles being tightened, and its not too expensive, [about £29-99]