From their duration to their side effects: everything there is to know about one of the most popular beauty treatments of the moment, lip fillers!
Lip fillers are more and more fashionable: many cinema stars resorted to this treatment to have voluptuous lips. Thanks to little injections which will give your lips volume, you can have a sensual mouth. There are many doubts about lip fillers. If you are interested in them, then you need to know some things.
Let’s learn everything about it before resorting to the treatment!
Is lip filler bad? Here’s what you need to know
If you have too thin lips and do not love the shape of your mouth, you are probably thinking about resorting to the filler. Surely, it is not bad thinking about surgery, but you must first know certain things…
First of all, you should ask a professional who can actually perform the treatment. Prices may vary from doctor to doctor, since you have to consider many other factors. Lip fillers can cost from 300 euros up to 800 euros.
Let’s try to understand how it works and what its cons are. Thanks to a little hyaluronic acid injection, your lips will become voluptuous and plump. We can not say if and how much it hurts, as pain is very subjective. However, most of the people who did it said they just felt a slight discomfort, also beacause they applied an anesthetic cream before the injection.
It just takes about half an hour for an effect that will last for about 8 months. After this period, your lips will return as before. Right after the injection, your lips will look puffier than they should be. In addition, there can be small bruises that will disappear in a few days (maximum 48 hours). If you do not like the effect, you can always go back. Alternatively, you can try to use your make-up to make your lips look plumper!
As regards to lip filler side effects, this beauty treatment is not recommended to pregnant or breastfeeding women, or people who suffer from autoimmune diseases.
Moreover, after the treatment, it is recommended not to exercise or have facial treatments, in order not to activate too much your blood circulation.
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Nicoletta Chiara Romano