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LIPS ADVANCED 0.5ml - 1.1ml

Get full plump hydrated Lips with our stunning contoured technique

  • 1 hour
  • From 135 British pounds

Service Description

Lip fillers have become increasingly popular in recent years, with many people seeking to enhance the shape and volume of their lips. While lip fillers can provide stunning results, it's important to understand what they are, how they work, and the potential risks and benefits before deciding to get them. What are lip fillers? Lip fillers are a type of cosmetic injectable that is designed to add volume and shape to the lips. They are typically made from hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body that helps to keep the skin hydrated and plump. The hyaluronic acid used in lip fillers is synthetic and is specifically designed for cosmetic use. How do lip fillers work? During a lip filler treatment, a small amount of hyaluronic acid gel is injected into the lips using a fine needle. The gel works by adding volume to the lips and enhancing their shape. The results are immediate, and the effects can last for several months, depending on the individual and the type of filler used. What are the potential risks and benefits? As with any cosmetic treatment, there are both potential risks and benefits to getting lip fillers. Some of the benefits include: -Enhanced lip volume and shape Improved self-confidence and self-esteem Quick and relatively painless treatment Results that can last for several months However, there are also some potential risks to be aware of, including: Bruising, swelling, and tenderness at the injection site Allergic reactions to the filler Infection at the injection site Uneven or lumpy lips Migration of the filler to other areas of the face It's important to note that these risks are rare, and most people who get lip fillers experience few or no side effects. Who is a good candidate for lip fillers? Lip fillers are suitable for most people who want to enhance the shape and volume of their lips but it is important to have realistic expectations about the results.

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