What Is It?
Lip augmentation or lip fillers is a cosmetic procedure which can give you fuller and plumper lips instantly. This procedure has grown in popularity since the rise of celebrities such as Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian and Bella Thorne (to name a few) have endorsed it; and their lips have become the envy of many. Lip fillers currently is the most popular dermal filler procedure on the market with men and women from all over the world having a go at enhancing their lips. The procedure is super quick and produces results instantly, allowing you to plump and enhance your look in a matter of moments.
How Does It Work?
The first step to getting lip fillers is to apply topical anaesthetic / numbing cream in order for this procedure to be as painless as possible. They will then use a tiny needle to inject the filler into the lips and distribute micro droplets of filler across your lips to begin giving you a subtle enhancement. You’ll be given a handheld mirror and at each and every step you’ll be asked your thoughts on the plumpness of your lips as its for you to decide how big you want your lips to get. What you’ll find with our fillers is that they contain Lidocaine, which is another numbing agent and helps minimise pain from within the lips. Once the procedure is completed, the treatment will be followed by a subtle massage of the lips so that the filler is distributed evenly leaving you with no bumps or lumps.
Lip filler results are immediate, followed by some possible swelling (most people love this), which is completely normal and expected. Swelling can last anywhere between 12 and 48 hours, however, it can persist for up to a week.
|1 Session||£149 – £289|
Frequently Asked Questions
20 to 30 minutes.
Everyone’s lips are different, so 1ml for one person will be different for another. Our procedure is result focused rather than quantity focused.
Instant – 3 days.
Between 6-18 months (dependant on lifestyle).
Yes, we use a topical numbing agent to make the procedure as painless as possible.
Swelling, slight redness, temporary numbness and minor bruising which fade quickly following the procedure.