Keeping up with the latest trends in fashion and beauty can become quite a chore. From the latest dressing trends to haircuts and brow signature statements, you find yourself in an ever increasing battle to win yourself and others over. In a society that constantly pushes new standards for what is deemed as beautiful, it can wreak havoc on your self esteem to have to raise up to the next level! Only this way, will you get to pass the threshold and feel better.

Whatever your reasoning, you don’t want to cross your arms and just give up, succumbing to low self esteem. Your next step is to make sure your confidence and optimism is still top notch.

As you well know, your visage and facial expressions play a massive role in your day-to-day interactions. They represent a mirror to your internal world, so having them be at their best means maintaining yourself in perfect shape and form. Sometimes, that involves having to choose the most minimally invasive treatment that ought to give you the best, natural results.

Your Lips

 

If you’ve been preoccupied with your lips for a while now, it’s because they haven’t been up to your standards and you’ve noticed. What is it about them that needs changing? Their shape, form and plumpness levels.

After looking into the effectiveness of certain procedures, you’ve found enough to have you convinced that Lip Fillers are the sort of solution that you’ve got to try. Where to go from here? You must have enough questions to fill up a whole diary page. Let’s answer some of those for you.

Your Frequently Asked Questions

 

What are Lip Fillers?

Lip Fillers are a type of dermal fillers. These are smooth injectable gels used to restore or add volume to any surface of the face. These types of fillers will vary depending on the area that requires them, as well as their purpose: whether they’re needed for lifting or contouring faces, making features symmetrical or enhancing features. Subsequently, they can also be used to increase the volume and definition of the cheeks or lips.

What are the fillers made out of?

Depends on the type of filler that is used. More and more doctors and practitioners have been switching from collagen to the newest type of hyaluronic acid-based filler. This type of filler has the capacity to retain water in the skin and is well-known for its harmless, semi-permanent aesthetic effects. Our choice of filler comes from Juvéderm®. Visit their website for more information.

How long does a typical filler last?

Results can vary depending on amount injected, as well as the metabolism of the person. On average, four to six months is the expected period for the temporary filler to have its effects become constantly visible. In time, your body will metabolise the material. Typically, people have two injection sessions a year, as long as the person’s results remain predictable.

Will the injections hurt? Are there any side effects?

No, the procedure is minimally invasive. Under the right doctor, nurse or practitioner one shouldn’t feel any extensive amount of pain. Afterwards, you may experience slight redness, swelling, or bruising at the injected area. This should typically last a week. During this time, no hot or spicy foods or drinks are to be consumed. On the same lines, makeup should not be applied until the necessary time has passed.

How long does the session last?

The procedure takes about 15 minutes to conclude in a typical medical clinic session.

How quickly will I see results?

These will be immediate. After the swelling has passed in a week’s time, the aesthetic effect will also become much more visible.

How much does the procedure cost?

The Lip filler costs vary depending on the personal requirements. Ahead of time, you’ll receive a consultation that should help you make up your mind as to what’s best for your individual case. Don’t forget: trained specialists must be employed for these health-related procedures and “cheap” alternatives only endanger your well-being. Have a look here at our usual cost ranges.