Before & After
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The lip enhancement products we use include the local anesthetic lidocaine for a more comfortable treatment experience, making it practically pain free.
Yes, it is safe and gives natural-looking results.
Your lips will be slightly swollen afterwards and there may be bruising on or around the lips. This will mainly settle over the next 12 hours.
No pre-treatment care is needed but you may choose to take arnica tablets for 7 days beforehand in order to reduce any bruising. It is also advisable to avoid taking any fish oil supplements around the time of your treatment, as this can increase the possibility of bruising.
Yes and no. The gel needs a few days to settle. In the first week after treatment, the hyaluronic acid may shift and look somewhat irregular. During the check-up – two weeks after the treatment – we can correct this if necessary. The hyaluronic acid is slowly broken down after 6-12 months.
Depending on the type of lip fillers you have, you should be able to return to work the following day.
The application of a cold compress is recommended for the first day or so. For the first six hours after the treatment you should avoid touching the treated area, then the area can be gently washed with soap and water, and you can apply light make-up.
Your lips will gradually return to normal as the product dissolves away over time.
Usually up to 1ml is enough, we can give a quote if you will want to use more than that and the doctor thinks it’s safe.
Clients can cancel or reschedule appointments at any time with a minimum of 48 hours notice before the appointment time; otherwise, a fee will be charged. To cancel or reschedule, please email, or text/call us. Please respect the time that is reserved just for YOU.
Lip Filler Treatment
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