Thicker and fuller lips are the new sexy. Be it whether it is a congenital issue or an issue arising from age, we all want to look sexy with Angelina lips – the natural way. The last thing that any woman hope would be to get “duck lips” which is a disastrous effect that one might get from improper lip augmentation procedures. Read on as we share some tips on lips augmentation for you to achieve the natural looking fuller lips.
What Is Lip Augmentation?
There are many ways to enhance your lips to achieve the thick, sexy, pouty lips and the most common procedure would be to insert fillers such as hyaluronic acid. This non-surgical lip enhancement restores the volume and perk your lips up to sexiness. Another popular augmentation alternative includes Juvederm Volbella which helps to plump the lips and minimize the appearance of fine lines around the mouth.
Both methods are non-surgical and formulated using hyaluronic acid, the skin retains the softness and moisture giving patients a natural look and feel on the lips.
What To Expect From Lip Augmentation?
You should expect to see thicker and plumper lips are the procedure. As it is non-surgical, you can expect little to no downtime after the procedure, it can also be completed over lunch hour so you return to work looking greater and sexier than ever. Lips being a sensitive part of our facial organ, you might feel discomfort such as tenderness, swelling or bruising during the procedure. Most of these responses disappear within a few hours. However, lip augmentation is not a permanent effect and results might disappear over a year.
Is Lip Augmentation Safe?
Yes, it is safe. The procedure involves injecting dermal fillers into the targeted areas of your lips making it fuller and reduces the lines around the lip area. The dermal fillers usually includes hyaluronic acid which is a natural occurring sugar molecule found in our body but lost due to aging reasons.
If you are interested in lip augmentation procedures, it is necessary that you discuss with our board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Scott Newman.