infinitefriend9 saidIf so, what evidence is there to support this claim?
How does it improve facial aesthetics (apart from losing bodyfat %)
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I mean, if someone has, like, a double chin (or more), then it IS as simple as losing body fat. Fat loss exercise causes the body to draw on energy reserves in subcutaneous fat, breaking it down into energy and waste which is excreted. Double chins actually take an astonishingly large amount of time and/or calories to obtain, mind you. Fat generally doesn't like to accumulate above the shoulders unless it has absolutely nowhere else to go.
As far as actual face structure goes, no, you cannot change the set of your jaw or height of your cheekbones with any kind of exercise. As eager said, it's largely your diet and exposure to sun which gives your face and skin in general a healthy "glow", unlike the pallor of those who stay indoors a great deal eating pizza rolls.