Full, lush lips is a sought after asset and actress Angelina Jolie’s is one that many women would love to have. The easiest is to use lip plumpers but not all women are contented with the effects and some prefer the use of invasive techniques to make their lips look fuller.
If you’re amongst this group and are considering such an alternative, you definitely want to read more about such methods and the consequences.
According to information I’ve gathered from PureMedSpa.com, one of the common ways to have beautiful, plump lips is to use Restylane to restore volume and fullness to the skin and to correct moderate to severe wrinkles and folds.
Restylane is a crystal-clear, non-animal, biodegradable gel created from a natural substance called hyaluronic acid. The gel is injected into the skin in tiny amounts with a very fine needle. The results are instant and produce long-lasting, natural enhancements that are gentle and safe to your skin.
Treatments take approximately 30 minutes. Recovery time is minimal and most customers can return to normal activities right away. The results are immediate and last approximately six months. However, be aware that it can sometimes cause side effects including bruising, redness, swelling, pain, tenderness and itching.
And I just read from the news that there is now also a new way of getting plump lips permanently. It’s getting an implant – a tiny soft and flexible silicone tube encased in a sheet of Gortex and Teflon that is threaded through the lip, then filled will saline. But this is still very new and not many women have taken this option so effects have not been widely reported.
Lip service aside, I recommend that the best way to understand the available options is to speak to a qualified aesthetic doctor and have your condition properly assessed. While beauty is always said to come at a price, it should be a price we can well afford with a smile.
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