We all love a quick fix in the beauty department, right? Something to give us an instant boost and motivate us to keep going, especially when it comes to weight loss. So when I was offered the chance to try out a Chin Up Mask, I didn’t think that it could do too much harm. With a family wedding coming up at the weekend, I thought it would be worth a try.
The mask is designed to reduce the appearance of a double chin or saggy neck in 30 minutes. It could be a quick fix or a long-term solution to a firmer, more defined jawline if you used it regularly. Sounds pretty good, right? But is it too good to be true?
There are four active ingredients in the mask:
- Vitamin E which acts as an antioxidant
- Corum 9235 which stimulates the absorption of the ingredients
- Q10 CoEnzyme which contains anti-ageing properties
- patented ingredient Skintronics which is the serum that converts the fat cells into stabilized fibrous tissue
That might sound like a lot of jargon, but in short, is is helping to convert fat cells and tighten skin. I did feel the skin on my chin was much softer and tighter afterwards, so it did definitely help in that way. I did feel quite a warming sensation on the skin, so it must have been doing something!
I’m not going to lie, it was not the most comfortable thing ever. The mask does need to be quite firm, as you can imagine, and I did just feel it was a bit of pressure on my head and around my jaw. It made talking etc a little more difficult. Out of 10 (with 10 being awful, horrendous pain), I would probably say it was a 4. It wasn’t pain-free, but it was certainly bearable.
I thought it would be a good idea to film it, and it is a very rushed video, as you can see. But I thought it might help you to see how it works. Whilst I wasn’t super accurate with the measuring, I did notice a difference in how my chin area looked, as well as the firmness of my skin there.
For a special occasion it could be a good thing to give you a boost. I can’t comment if it will work over time, as that isn’t what I have tried, but if your chin really bothers you, then I doubt there is harm in trying. I did notice a difference, although not a huge difference. You can buy the mask on Amazon.
Have you ever heard of the Chin Up Mask before? It would be great to hear what you think.
*the mask was gifted in exchange for a blog post. All opinions are my own.