Longing for plump, sexy lips?
As we age, our lips start to thin when it loses collagen and volume. Lip fillers can help to replenish that lost volume, turning back the hands of time.
How is it done?
A topical numbing cream is first applied to the lips. As the lips are usually more sensitive compared to other parts of the face, a carefully selected soft lip filler containing lignocaine (a numbing agent) is used to create gorgeous, fuller lips.
Thin lips can be easily plumped up and shaped with soft hyaluronic acid lip fillers. Tiny injections of fillers into the lips can help increase the lip volume, shaping them into desired proportions and even create a sexy cupid’s bow.
The procedure involves 5-6 tiny injections into the lips.
As the lips are usually more sensitive compared to other parts of the face, slight swelling can be expected for 2-4 days post procedure. Some possible side effects include slight bruising or needle marks. These effects if occurs, usually dissipate quickly.
Fuller, sexy lips can now be a reality with just a few simple injections.
Lip fillers are not only for increasing lip volume and fullness. Lip filler, in a skin booster form, can also help to smooth out cracked dry lips and improve hydration.
This is a good alternative if you have been applying lip balm but still suffer from dry, chapped lips. Lip fillers in this case does not change the shape of the lips but improve hydration.
Beauty angles in the lips are enhanced after treatment, leaving you with beautiful, kissable, fuller lips. Lip fillers typically last between 5- 9 months*.
In addition to creating fuller lips, lip fillers also help in lip hydration. This improves lip hydration and reduces fine lines.
*prices stated are exclusive of 7% GST.
Nothing in this website constitutes 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.