So when I heard about Kybella
, a non-invasive procedure meant to target the extra fat underneath your chin, I decided to try it out. "Generally, the area of fat underneath the chin is influenced by genetics," facial plastic surgeon Dara Liotta, MD
, tells me. "People who are genetically prone to have a little bit of extra fullness under the chin are just going to have it, no matter how healthy you are. And with time, we lose our collagen and elastin which holds everything up. Anything that runs you down can affect the way your skin and tissues respond."