Sculpted: Getting Behind The Trend Of Well-Defined Jawlines For Women

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Sculpted: Getting Behind The Trend Of Well-Defined Jawlines For Women

A sharp jawline can take you from simple to sexy, from good to glamorous. Join us as we unravel the aesthetic secrets of how women can get a well-sculpted jawline.

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A jawline is more than just a bone structure, a facial feature. It gives you a personality. It defines you as a person. How many times have we swooned over a fashion model’s razor-sharp jawline? Or read about a novel’s handsome hero who can cut through hearts with his geometrically perfect jawline?

A good jawline is a fashion statement in itself but it doesn't come easy. Many problems lead to a sagging jawline and bulky lower face. Women in general are more susceptible to some of these issues. But fear not, dermatology provides a solution to every problem if you look in the right place. And this is the right place! 

Jawline issues in women 

Female hormones play a big role in women having to deal with jawline problems in general. Temporomandibular disorder or jaw pain in the mid ages is more prevalent in women. The tension in jaws, painful jawline, grinding of teeth, stress, and emotional tension all lead to jaw problems. Dental abscesses, wisdom tooth extraction, jaw clenching and congenital conditions such as cleft palate also put a lot of tension on the jaw. 

The loss of collagen in the mid-30s, weight gain and sagging skin also lead to sagging jawlines that ruin your photographs and take down your confidence with it. While men are also susceptible to these problems, women are nearly two times more susceptible to them all. 

Causes of loss of definition

While there are no particular reasons associated with leading jaw issues unless a medical condition is in play, there are many hormonal markers that pop up, making hormonal imbalance one of the main culprits. 

Aging, loss of collagen, and loose skin also lead to sagging jawlines and hanging skin. Jaw problems are more seen in mid-aged individuals as many changes take place in the mid-30s, especially in women. The occurrence of menopause leads to hormonal imbalance, the skin becomes dry and starts losing elasticity, and the calcium levels take a nosedive. All of these factors lead to painful, irritated, and sagging jaws in a dire need of some recuperation. That's where jawline contouring and other rejuvenating and uplifting treatments come into play.

Relaxed jaw, relaxed life  

There are various cosmetic and dermatological options available to deal with all types of jaw problems. It is always a great idea to visit a dermatologist to sort out the correct treatment that you can benefit from the most. Some of the procedures performed for a variety of jaw-related problems are as follows:

  • Injectable fillers are sometimes used to improve jawline appearance. The treatment also addresses problems of fine lines, wrinkles, and loss of facial volume in a progressive age. 
  • Botulinum toxin injections and injectable neurotoxins are known to enhance the jawline temporarily. 
  • Kybella, a fat-reducing agent, is known to be highly effective in reducing fat under the chin, resulting in a more appealing jawline and neck contour.
  • PDO thread lifting is a new revolutionary treatment that is similar to thread lifting facial. The process includes using dissolvable sutures just under the skin to tighten and define the jawline. 
  • Energy-based therapy is a non-invasive method where fat, wrinkles, fine lines, and pigmentation are addressed with the help of radio frequency and energy. The results are firm skin and a contoured jawline. 

Jawline contouring is a cosmetic miracle 

Ideal candidates for jawline contouring are individuals with low to moderate sagging jowls. The process usually includes injecting the precision points with botulinum or fillers based on individual requirements. Your dermatologist is the right person to determine your condition and requirements before running the procedure. 

The jawline contouring is a non-invasive and pain-free procedure. There might be some discomfort varying from person to person but it is short lived. The results however last for a long time.

Home care

While jaw contouring is a great boon, aftercare is important and might help in maintaining the sharp jawline and eliminating problems.

  • Exercise your jaw 
  • Eat less salt 
  • Enunciate A, E, I, O, U 
  • Get enough rest 
  • Massage your face 
  • Drink ample amount of water 
  • Smile often 
  • Make fish face 
  • Practice chin lifts and never miss a contouring session 
  • Chewing gum helps strengthen the jaw muscles.

Keep up with the home remedies and your visits to the dermatologists and you shall have a chiseled jawline for as long as you want it!

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