Lips are the centre of beauty for any woman’s face. Also is one of the most vulnerable areas of ageing. Lips get affected by aging process and sun exposure exactly like you skin. Don’t let ageing process ruin your beautiful lips.
Lips fullness and hydration is maintained from within by hyaluronic acid, naturally occurring sugar. The magic of this ingredient lies in its ability to retain moisture; it’s considered to have a greater capacity to hold moisture than any other natural or synthetic polymer. Due to aging process the skin loses hyaluronic acid over time; lines begin to appear around the mouth, the lip loses volume, moisture and definition. This can as well develop vertical or marionette lines around the mouth which gives your lips a sad appearance.
Types of lips:
Lips have different shapes and colours. Based on your lip type we can design suitable technique to achieve best natural result. Applying the same technique on all types of lips leads to unnatural results or what is known as Duck lips or fish lips.
How to improve lip shape:
We use high quality dermal filler. They contain hyaluronic acid which is also prominently found in the skin. This is why they blend easily with water when introduced into the lips, hydrating and boosting the volume.
Is it painful procedure?
We realise that lips are very sensitive to pain and that is why we use a very effective topical cream to numb the lips and sometimes we use dental block to completely numb the lips.
How long does the procedure take?
The procedure takes about 30-45 minutes.
What should I expect after the procedure?
There is a possibility you will develop side effects such as redness, tenderness, swelling, bruising and itching, but it depends on the sensitivity of your skin and on other factors.
You may have some swelling for 24-72 hours, especially with injections in the lips.
It is not common to happen but in some occasions you may have some bruising for 1-2 weeks.
As with all such fillers, if you’ve previously had cold sores around the mouth, the treatment might provoke an outbreak. Taking a medication (eg. Valtrex) before the injection can reduce the chance of a flare up.
Can I have lip fillers when I am pregnant or breast feeding?
Lip fillers is a simple procedure but cannot be used when patient is pregnant or nursing.
How long does lip filler last?
That depends on the type of lip filler. Some filler can last from six months to one year after an injection session. This will vary from person to person and will also vary depending on the type of HA injected.
How much does lip filler cost?
Lip filler cost from 600 dollars per ml depending on the type of the dermal filler and the volume we use to get the desired results. Prices start from 400 – 600 dollars.
Types of Lips Shape
- Full Lips:
Full lips are admired the most; they are rich and pouty and have a great sex appeal to them.
- Round shaped Lips:
This lip shape is very charming and makes you look cute.
- Shapeless Lips:
Shapeless lips have no shape or a defined outline; they require proper outlining the vermilion border of the lip, enhance the lip fullness and to give the lip nice and sexy curves.
- Thin Types of Lips:
Thin lips could have loss of volume of body of the lip with defined vermilion border or global loss of volume and lack of definition. Again this lip will require enhancement of the body of the lip with or without augmentation of the vermilion border.
5. Wide Types of Lips Shapes:
These are the lips, which are wide and stretched. For these lips we use a different type of soft hyaluronic acid that adds more moisture to the lips than volume. By using this technique the lips will look full and glossy.
6. Uneven Lips:
All lips are not the same; some lips’ outlines might not be even. However there is no reason to worry you can get the best pout with your uneven lips, if you use the right technique. For these lips we make them even first and then we shape them to look full and sexy.
While we’ve attempted to answer the most common questions in this article, you can always reach out to our team of experts on (03) 8822 3472 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.