Whether you’re concerned by thin-looking lips, or you would just like to add a touch of fullness to create shapely, sensual lips, or even a pretty cupid’s bow, then Restylane Lip Volume™ is the answer.
Restylane Lip Volume™ lifts and smooths away fine lines, creating a natural fullness that’s soft to touch.
What happens during Lip Enhancement?
Restylane Lip Volume™ is a safe and natural way to enhance your lips. The treatment is long lasting but not permanent, so you always remain in control of the way you look.
Restylane Lip Volume™ is a pure form of hyaluronic acid (HA); a naturally occurring substance that binds water to
give lips their shape and fullness. As we age however, our natural HA loses its efficiency at binding water.
When injected into the lips, Restylane Lip Volume™ simply boosts the skin’s hydration system to lift and smooth away fine lines, creating a natural fullness that’s soft to touch.
What to do after you have undergone Lip Enhancement
Like all Restylane products, Restylane Lip Volume™ is derived entirely from a non-animal source. With a proven track record since 1996 of more than 9 million treatments worldwide, Restylane is the most tried and tested lip enhancement treatment in its class.
Immediately after the Restylane Lip Volume treatment there may be slight redness, swelling, tenderness and an itching sensation in the treated area. This is a normal result of the injection. If the inconvenience continues or if other reactions occur, please contact your plastic surgeon.
The treated area should be massaged gently for 30 seconds morning and night for 2 to 3 days.
The initial swelling after treatment may last longer. Some patients experience swelling for about a week. This means that the result directly after the treatment should not be seen as the final result.
Avoid touching the treated area for 6 hours after the treatment. After that the area can be gently washed with soap and water and light make-up can be applied.
Achieving a natural appearance
Still have any questions about this procedure? Ask Dr. Joffily directly.