DRY LIPS

 

Our lips are at their fullest in our 20s, which is why we associate a plump and well-defined mouth with youthfulness. But the composition of our lips and surrounding structures alters as part of the natural ageing process.

 

 

The thin skin on our lips is particularly vulnerable to ageing as our bodies produce less collagen – this, in turn, can lead to dry lips.

 

Most lip enhancements are achieved through natural hyaluronic acid biodegradable dermal fillers, with different lip fillers achieving different outcomes. Certain hyaluronic acid dermal fillers are specifically developed to attract and retain moisture to smooth dry, dehydrated lips.

 

"All lip shapes are attractive, but some need subtle, natural looking enhancement.”

 

Lips have always been considered as one of the most important and attractive features of our face. They indicate our emotions, with full lips being associated with youth and beauty.

Our lips are at their fullest in our 20s, which is why we associate a plump and defined mouth with youthfulness. But the composition of our lips and surrounding structures alters as part of the natural ageing process.

From between the ages of 30-40, factors such as gravity, genetics and smoking play a role, leading to a sad-mouthed or drooping appearance. Lipstick bleed lines and a flattened cupid’s bow will also culminate in a mouth that looks less defined.

 

PRICES

 

0.5 ml  Juvéderm Vycross £165

1 ml Juvéderm Vycross £290

 

 

 

We only use FDA-approved, naturally biodegradable lip fillers designed with safety and efficacy in mind and the type of lip augmentation we recommend may vary depending on your age.

At your initial consultation with our qualified medical practitioners, we will discuss a personalised lip filler treatment plan that follows a subtle approach for softer, fuller and more hydrated lips.

 

 

 

*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.

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