With A Few Rolls Of Her Head, She Sculpts Her Jawline
Double chins. No other physical feature seems to be more universally derided by both men and women. While many use the term as a shorthand to offend people who may be overweight, the double chin is not necessarily linked to your weight. In fact, it's actually got to do a lot more with muscle development.
And it's not just an aesthetic matter. "Looks don't matter" is a great philosophy to which we should all aspire, but there are actual health issues associated with double chins, including an increased likelihood of developing sleep apnea.
Turns out, all it takes to minimize a double chin is a very easy and simple exercise, and here's a guided tour.