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Are there any effective facial exercises which target towards improving a saggy chin/neck or reducing the look of a double chin?

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As far as I am aware, there are no exercises that could help you in getting rid of a double chin or a saggy one for that matter. Facial exercises do, till a certain extent, allow for a firmer facial skin which will make it look younger.

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