A weak chin, also referred to as a receding chin or under-projected chin, appears smaller and shorter compared to the rest of the face.
Usually it is not projected forward enough in relation to other areas of the face, such as the nose and forehead.
A weak chin is most notable in one’s profile view and can appear as though the chin ‘blends’ into the neck. It can also lead to features like the nose and lips to appear more prominent than they really are.
A weak chin can be determined by genetics but in many cases is a natural part of ageing.
Treatments which can help with this concern include: