Top 10 Most Popular Jawline Exercisers for 2023

  • by Matt Phelps

  

  It's EASY to Improve Your Jawline These Days...

Let's Look at What Works & What Doesn't

 

 

1. Jawzrsize

Jawzrsize - jaw exerciser

 

✅ PROS

  • 👋 Most Well-Known Jaw Exerciser: Jawzrsize were one of the first on the market, their branding is recognizable
  • 👻 They Won't Scam You: Jawzrsize is a legitimate company and if you ask for a refund, you'll get it.
  • 🇺🇸 Made in USAmost jawline exercisers are made in China or Pakistan. That doesn't mean the quality is worse, but you don't know about the healthy and safety conditions of the workers.
  • 🔶 Available on Amazoneasy to get your hands on if you want one

 

❌ CONS

  • 🏚 They Break Quickly: I've never head of anyone having a Jawzrsize (that they used) that last longer than a month. The teeth mould part (see the picture above) usually falls out and you have to buy a replacement. If you've got different models, it can get extremely expensive fast.
  • 🙃 You'll Get a ROUND Face: I'm guessing that's not what you want right? Jaw exercisers that force your mouth to be so wide open, workout the temporalis muscles on the side of your head. Not your masseter muscle. That means the top half of your head will grow wider and more muscular. Not the lower part (your jawline).
  • 🦴 Causes Joint Damage & TMJ: the position Jawzrsize puts your jaw in is unnatural. Your mouth is so far open, and you apply high force in this already awkward position- placing extreme stress on your jaw hinge. Medical experts detest this type of jawline exerciser. 
  • 🦷 Damages Your Teeth – this device applies all the pressure to your front incisor teeth. These teeth are made for piercing and tearing, NOT for grinding and applying high force like the molar teeth are. I'm surprised their aren't more stories of people damaging their teeth with Jawzrsize
  • 🤮 Produces Insane Amount of Saliva  you need to keep a bowl underneath your chin to catch all the liquid that pours out of your mouth
  • 🤡 Looks Like a BDSM Ball Gag  you can't use Jawzrsize in public... It looks too weird and it makes you gag

 

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2. Chisell

Chisell is made by a Latvian company that was recently sold to a German company. They steadily declined in quality and customer service since then imo.

Chisell - jaw exerciser

The Chisell jawline exerciser is a decent molar-based exerciser

 

 

✅ PROS

  • 💪 Works the Masseter Muscle: this an achievement itself because most jawline exercisers don't actually workout your jaw! They stimulate the temporalis muscle on the side of your head, above your year.
  • 👑 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
  • 🧰 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'll get covered in saliva- so you can just put them straight into the container.
  • 🏚 Doesn't Break Easily: spend your money and you'll at least get something that doesn't break within the first 2 weeks

 

❌ CONS

  • 🚢 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

 

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3. JawlineMe

Jawlineme

 

✅ PROS

  • 👻 They Won't Scam You: JawlineMe is a legitimate company and if you ask for a refund, you'll get it
  • 🇺🇸 Made in USAmost jawline exercisers are made in China or Pakistan. That doesn't mean the quality is worse, but you don't know about the healthy and safety conditions of the workers

 

❌ CONS

  • 🙃 You'll Get a ROUND Face: I'm guessing that's not what you want right? Jaw exercisers that force your mouth to be so wide open, workout the temporalis muscles on the side of your head. Not your masseter muscle. That means the top half of your head will grow wider and more muscular. Not the lower part (your jawline).
  • 🦴 Causes Joint Damage & TMJ: the position JawlineMe puts your jaw in is unnatural. Your mouth is so far open, and you apply high force in this already awkward position- placing extreme stress on your jaw hinge. Medical experts detest this type of jawline exerciser. 
  • 🚨 Breaks Easily  the moulds that your teeth bite down into break quite quickly. Your incisor teeth are made for piercing after all. You either pay to replace them... or you continue using it without them and place even higher pressure on your front teeth
  • 🦷 Damages Your Teeth – this device applies all the pressure to your front incisor teeth. These teeth are made for piercing and tearing, NOT for grinding and applying high force like the molar teeth are. I'm surprised their aren't more stories of people damaging their teeth with JawlineMe
  • 🤮 Produces Insane Amount of Saliva  you need to keep a bowl underneath your chin to catch all the liquid that pours out of your mouth
  • 🤡 Looks Like a BDSM Ball Gag  you can't use JawlineMe in public... It looks too weird and it makes you gag

 

🛒 SHOP JawlineMe Now

 

 

 

 

🏁 SUMMARY: 10 Best Jawline Exercisers

 

🏆  Molar-Based Exercisers and Chewing Gums are the Best for Your Jawline

Trying to chisel your jawline safely? Chewing gums and molar-based exercisers are the best way to do it.

Chewing with the molars is a natural movement, so there aren't any risks. 

 

⚠️  Incisor-Based Jawline Exercisers Will Cause Severe Jaw Problems

Most jawline exercisers don't actually workout your jaw. They train the temporalis muscle above your ear on the side of your head.

   Exercisers like Jawzrsize make you chew with your mouth wide open. This puts enormous strain on your jaw hinge and will lead to a myriad of problems in the future.

 

 

     

    🍀  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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