Lip fillers - they’re not everyone’s cup of tea but ‘Lip Filler’ is one of the most Googled beauty search terms in the UK. A safe bet that a lot of you are at the very least a little curious. Celebrity Kylie Jenner is one whom have turned to lip fillers to better enhance the volume and appearance.*
Thinner lips and wrinkles surrounding the mouth tend to appear as we age and can make one looker older than they really are. Fillers help restore volume to saggy areas and offer a drastic improvement to your complexion by making you look fuller and younger.
While full lips help improve your appearance, we suggest that your upper lip be nothing more than 60% of the size of your lower lip to prevent over-filling. Speak with our staff if you have any questions or concerns.
*Are Lip Fillers Safe?*
Lip Fillers are generally safe with minimal risks, as long as the procedure has been performed by a qualified and trained practitioner. An experienced injector of Lip Fillers will be able to better design and alter the resulting appearance of your lips with minimal complications.
Are Lip Fillers Painful?*
The treatment itself is not painful as numbing cream will be applied prior to the procedure. However, discomfort level will depend primarily on the doctor’s technique and experience.
What do Lip Fillers feel like?*
During the injecting stage, you may feel a sharp pinch as the needle broke the skin and having a weird feeling of the filler being pushed beneath the skin. Besides these, there is generally no pain due to the prior application of numbing cream. At the end of the procedure, lips will turn redder and there might be minor swelling which will go away the next day.
* The contents in this website do not constitute or is intended to constitute medical advice and readers rely on the statements contained herein at their own risk. Treatment results, experiences and downtime (if any) may vary by individuals. Please make an appointment with our clinic for a thorough medical assessment of your condition and treatment requirements. The models and images used in this website are not images of our own patients.