LIP FILLER 0.5ML £150
LIP FILLER 1ML £250
What happens when you have face and lip filler?
An anaesthetic cream might be used first to numb your skin. Injections are given around the area of your face being treated, which is then massaged.
It might feel uncomfortable but should not be painful.
The treatment usually takes between 20 and 30 minutes, depending on the area being treated.
The affected area may be a bit red, sore, and swollen. Any swelling or bruising should settle down in a few days.
You should be advised about what to do to help reduce the risk of side effects.
This includes not wearing make-up immediately after the procedure and avoiding alcohol, coffee, and the sun.
Lip fillers are the perfect way to add extra volume and plumpness to lips which may be lacking in shape or elasticity.
How do lip fillers work?
Lip fillers deliver almost immediate results (within 48 hours). A medically developed semi-permanent solution is injected into the lips to enhance their natural shape and plumpness. This type of filler is based on hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring sugar found in the body, and has been purposely designed to make sure that you will have a natural look whether you are laughing or smiling.
Your lip fillers consultation will be with a registered nurse prescriber who will assess your lips and determine the most appropriate form of treatment. During your consultation they will be able to answer any questions you may have about your lip concerns and give you personalised advice. If they decide your lip concerns can be treated, they will be able to carry out the procedure in-clinic.