There aren't many things that are as unsightly as a double chin. Nobody ever looks at someone without one and then thinks, "Gee, that person would look so much better if they had more than one chin." If you have a lot of fat there, then it's a safe bet that you would like to get rid of your double chin.
Generally speaking, you can only make your chin fat go away through diet, exercise or plastic surgery. Notice that machines, devices, potions and creams that claim to take care of the problem are not listed here; that's because we only want to focus on things that actually work.
A double chin is really nothing more than fat that has accumulated in that part of your body. Therefore, doing things that would normally help you to lose weight will help to reduce your double chin too.
The first thing you will want to do is look at your eating habits and make positive changes where needed. A lot of people don't like the word 'diet', but this isn't about depriving yourself with some strange eating plan. Instead, it's about making better food choices whenever possible. That means you can still enjoy your favorite foods as long as you make enough better choices the weight will start coming off, and your double chin will start to disappear.
Exercise is important too, but let's be honest, a lot of people don't like that word. No problem. Instead of thinking of it as exercise, think of it as "being active" or "having fun". It doesn't really matter how you go about burning up those extra calories, what matters is that you just do it. If that means going for a walk, riding your bicycle, throwing a Frisbee around or bowling a few frames, then go ahead and do it.
Diet and exercise may not sound all that glamorous, and they aren't quick fixes, but they do work. Still, you may be wondering about surgery as a way to get rid of your double chin. While it works, you need to be aware of a few downsides that are associated with it. Most insurance companies won't cover the procedure so you will have to pay for all of it yourself. It can take weeks before the swelling and bruising go down, so the results are far from immediate.
As with any surgery, there is always the potential for side effects and complications. While it may be a fairly routine surgery, it still comes with some risks. At the very least there will be some scarring, though a good surgeon will make any scars fairly hard to see.
The main thing to remember is that you can get rid of your double chin. Whether you do it through diet and exercise or want to take your chances on plastic surgery, you don't have to live with all of that fat hanging around the bottom of your face.