Lip Fillers: Shape Your Lips to Give You The Soft, Natural Feel
Lip augmentation is a non-surgical procedure that aims to alter and enhance the appearance of the lips by increasing its fullness and volume through a series of injections, typically using hyaluronic acid fillers. Using novel injection techniques and the doctor’s sense of beauty, he carefully injects hyaluronic acid fillers to shape he upper and lower lips to enhance the shape and achieve the ideal size of the lips.
What are hyaluronic acid fillers?
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring substance found in our bodies. High concentrations are found in soft connective tissues and in the fluid surrounding our eyes. It is also found in cartilage, joint fluids, and skin tissue.
When hyaluronic acid fillers are injected, it behaves like an inflated support to provide a soft, yet firm structure to contour facial features that may have lost volume or elasticity due to aging. Hyaluronic acid fillers also have hydrating component. It absorbs water several times its weight and brings water to the surface of the skin so that it keeps the injected area firm and supple.
Hyaluronic acid for lip fillers
Hyaluronic acid fillers are ideal for contouring the lips. They give your pout a soft, natural feel, while sculpting them to become more luscious and defined. Lip fillers that gave dreaded “bee-stung” lips are a thing of the past with the newer, softer and longer lasting fillers.
Filler Lip Redefinition not only restores the lost volume and sagging from aging, but also gives your lips the shape you have always wanted, in a 30-minute, safe and effective procedure.
Any side effects of the treatment?
Hyaluronic acid fillers are very safe, with a low incidence of allergy or side effects.
How long can lip fillers last?
It can last up to 12 months after a treatment. However, with repeated treatments, it can last much longer without the need for frequent top up.
What do you need to do to prepare for lip fillers?
You should avoid alcohol, blood thinning supplements and food including ginger, garlic, turmeric, omega-3 fatty acids, olive oil etc.. You should also avoid blood thinning medicines such as aspirin, heparin or warfarin. Inform the doctor before the procedure if you are consuming them.
Any side effects after the treatment?
You may experience some mild swelling or redness around the lips. Bruising may also occur. However, these should subside in a day. Take an ice pack to ice the area and apply calming balm on it to accelerate healing.
Avoid sleeping with your face down on the pillow as it will put pressure on the lips.
- More defined lip contours
- Youthful looking lips
- More hydrated lips
- Restoration of lip volume from aging
People who want to restore lost volume, plump and reshape them for a pair of more beautiful and hydrated lips.