How do lip fillers work?

 

Lip fillers are made from a naturally-occurring sugar found in the skin. This sugar, called “hyaluronic acid”, provide your lips with fullness and elasticity. As we age, the level of natural hyaluronic acid in our bodies starts to fall.

This drop results in skin losing its volume, increasing the chance of wrinkles and folds appearing over time. This goes hand-in-hand with collagen production reducing over time, meaning the signs of aging become more prominent.

By using dermal fillers made from hyaluronic acid, you can restore that natural-looking youthfulness to your face. Returning the old voluminous contours to your face and smoothing out lines and creases, lip fillers rejuvenate your face - making for a much younger and healthier appearance.

Following your lip augmentation, you’ll notice your lips look immediately fuller, if a little swollen. You’ll be able to see your fantastic finished new look in just a matter of hours, with the results lasting for up to a year.

The lip filler gel is made within a sterile laboratory environment without any kind of animal or human DNA. Once applied, the acid is completely broken down by the body over a number of months, leaving absolutely no trace in your system.

When this happens, all you need to do is book another lip injection appointment to keep your new look topped up and your lips looking their best.

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