Including the jawline in aesthetic assessment has become increasingly popular when using both surgical and nonsurgical techniques. Facial aging processes include bone resorption, fat pad atrophy, and a breakdown of the quality of collagen and elastin in the skin. To provide optimal treatment of the jawline using nonsurgical techniques, it is important to consider all of these aspects before planning treatment. Men and women have different facial aging processes and ideal facial ratios that must be respected. The objective of this article is to discuss the use of botulinum toxin A and hyaluronic acid filler injectable treatments, deoxycholic acid injectable treatments, and cryolipolysis treatments and explain how these treatments can be utilized for optimal rejuvenation of the jawline and perioral area.