We all know the importance of a good angle for hiding a double chin in a selfie. Unfortunately, getting rid of one in real life is a little trickier.

The bottom line is, it may take a visit to a physician to help you determine whether your bone structure, muscles, fat, or skin elasticity — or a combo of several of these — is to blame. And it may take a procedure to give you the results you want.

Read the full article at goodhousekeeping.com