Yours is an interesting question. I wonder what prompted you to seek "chubby cheeks" if you are otherwise healthy? Have you asked anyone else whose opinion you value? There are such things as facial exercises that you could do which might help your facial features some. But usually the way to get chubby cheeks is to become chubby in general, and I'm not sure that you would want that.
u know without chubby cheeks my face is look like pairs of bone, its correct my whole body is ok regarding my diet, just my cheeks are not same with my body, if somebody see me, they think im inj disease,
even my friends, they say what happened with u, y u r so weak, bcoz our face is front of others instead of body, so plz kindly Doctors give me some good suggestions,
ill tell u my (10 years) interesting story regarding this issue, then definetly u ll say, i need "CHUBBY CHEEKS"
Do you drink a lot of caffeine? Adrenal fatigue can cause sunken cheeks. Try drinking more water, cutting out junk foods and sodas, and relaxing more.
There's not going to be a magic pill. I think you could try stretching your cheeks out with air or water, or use a moisturizer and massage the skin. Give it some time too, it won't happen overnight.
Learn to be happy with who you are. There are people who want skinny cheeks like you have. I did read that women like men with more pronounced chins and facial structures, and you can't get that when your cheeks are chubby and blend in with your chin. That's why male models have sunken cheeks.
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