Chisell vs Falim Gum – Which is Better for Your Jawline?

  • by Matt Phelps

Chisell & Falim Gum Comparison

 

Table of Contents

 🇹🇷 What is Falim Gum?
 👍 Which is Better?

 

 

 

What is Chisell?

Chisell product photo

Chisell is a jaw exercise exercise device made by a Latvian company. By placing them on your molar teeth and biting down, the resistance supplied with cause your jaw muscles to hypertrophy.

   It works in the same way any other weighted muscle-building exerciser works: you stress the muscle and create tears in the fibers. The muscle heals and repairs to be bigger and stronger.

 

 

✅ PROS

  • 💪 Works the Masseter Muscle: Chisell is molar-based trainers which means they train the main muscle on the side of your jaw. Other exercisers stimulate the temporalis muscle on the side of your head, above your year
  • 🧱 More Resistance, Different Levels – work your way up to higher resistances as your face gets stronger. You get better results that way. 
  • 🦴 Zero Joint Damage: chewing a small object (or food) is a natural movement for your jaw, teeth and gums. You won't stress any muscles, joints or get TMJ. I can't say the same for some of the other jawline exercisers
  • 👑 Consistent Quality – with Chisell, you know what the resistance is, and it doesn't change. Natural gums can be very inconsistent. Sometimes it's rock-hard (with gritty pieces in it), other times it's the stickiest thing you've ever felt
  • 🎨 Less Risk of Developing Asymmetry – you put one Jawliner in each side of your mouth, on your molars. The workout is the same for both sides of your face. With chewing gum... it's just one ball in your mouth. It's very common that people chew mainly on one side. Obviously, that side becomes more developed that the other
    • 🧰 Easy to Carry Around: it comes in a convenient container that fits in your pocket. You can easily take them around with you. After usage, they could be covered in saliva- so you can just put them straight into the container

       

      ❌ CONS

      • 🏚 They Break: Chisell is made from only one type of silicon. These are prone to breaking as the teeth pierce them and create fractures in the material. 
      • 🚙 Can't Chew Anywhere, Anytime – you can chew gum while you're working, driving, training or doing whatever. Rubber exercisers like Chisell are a little more awkward... you usually have to dedicate part of your day to using it
      • ⚛️ Not Tested or FDA Approved: they don't say anywhere is they've been tested or approved by a governing body. We'll have to assume they haven't. We don't know what materials the Chisell is made of... which poses a large risk to the user.
      • 🚢 Slow Shipping (Might Not Arrive): in most cases you'll get your money back...
      • 📲 They're Hard to Contact: if you want a refund or your capsules don't arrive, it can be hard to get into contact with them. I'm just saying that things may take longer than expected

       

       

       

       

      What is Falim Gum?

      Falim chewing gum

      Falim gum is a Turkish gum that has been around for many decades. But it's only in the last 5 years that it has become popular internationally.

         Why? Partly because Mondelez, the massive conglomerate that own Falim, started selling it on Amazon and internationally. But also because it's significantly harder than Wrigley's or any other regular gum...

         Falim gum got picked up by the mewing community. It's been talked about as a great way to tone and define the face because of its extra resistance.

         Thousands, perhaps even millions, of young men and women are becoming interested in improving their jawline, and there's multiple jawline exercisers to help you. Read my full Falim Gum Review here.

       

       

      ✅ PROS

      • 🤑 It's Cheap – you can get a pack of 20 pieces for around $4. That's probably the cheapest jaw exerciser you'll find.
      • 🍬 Lots of Flavors – Because it's made in a factory, there are dozens of artificial flavors. If you don't like the taste of one, just try another!
      • 🏪 Easily Available – if you live in Turkey, Falim gum is in every supermarket, gas station or even every store. For everyone else, it's not hard to find on Amazon.
      • 🍼 Great For Beginners: if you've never trained your jaw before, Falim is a great place to start before moving up to mastic gum.
      • 👨‍🎓 You Can Workout Anywhere, Anytime: chew while you're working, studying, driving or working out.
      • 🦴 Zero Joint Damage: no TMJ or stress on your joints.

       

       

      ❌ CONS

      • 🫐 Not Much Harder Than Regular Gum – it's still a better workout than regular gum... but not by much. It could be a good place to start for beginners before moving on to a harder gum.
      • 🏭 It's Artificial – this is the worst thing because most chewing gums are artificial. In fact, you probably haven't even tried a natural gum before have you? 
      • ⚛️ It's Slightly Toxic – Falim contains 2 synthetic antioxidants; E321 and Butyl hyrdoxytoluene. They're used to prevent the gum going rancid and to maintain its white color. These compounds are suspected of being highly toxic for the liver, kidneys and retina as well as elevating cholesterol levels.
      • 😐 Loses its Taste Fast – some people say Falim is tasteless. In my experience, Falim gum had a taste, but it disappeared quickly. After chewing for a few minutes the texture can also become quite rubbery and I had to add another piece. 

       

       

       

       

      Which is Better: Chisell vs Falim Gum

        Chisell
      Falim Gum
      Price
      Availability
      Teeth Safety
      TMJ Safety
      Ingredient Safety
      Jawline Results

       

       

       

       

      🏁 Conclusion 🏁

      And the winner is... Chisell! Both are effective as tools to grow your masseter muscles. Which one you choose really just depends on your preferences.

         However, Molar-Based jaw exercisers like Chisell are the best way to grow the masseter muscle that I have found to date. Falim gum is a cheap (and safe) way for beginners to get started.

      Once Falim becomes too easy, you can progress to Jawline Gum.

      I personally use a combination of Jawliner (similar to Chisell) and Mastic Gum in my jaw workouts. I found Falim gum to be too soft and I hated the taste.

       

       

         

      🍀  GOOD LUCK  🍀

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      Matt Phelps- founder of Jawline Gum

         Matt Phelps

          YouTuber & Founder of STEEL®
          help@steeljawlinegum.com

       

       

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