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Everything You Need To Know About Lip Fillers

13Want more kissable lips, but don’t know where to start? Well, you’re right, the market today is filled with all kinds of beauty products that are designed to make us feel more beautiful and look more attractive to others. And this includes products for the lips.Click here to find more about- Lip Fillers.

Whether you’re hoping to look in the mirror and see the beautiful you, you want to be or hope to be the belle of the ball this year, flat lips are out and kissably plump lips are the flavor of the day.

Well, the lip plumpers that are out there can help make your lips appear a little poutier than ever before!

So let’s have a look at the different types of lip plumpers right now.

The first type of popular limp “plumpers” on the market today is one that irritates your lips. In other words, your lips will swell because the lip filler that is being used irritates them.

The big benefit of this type of lip plumper is that the results are almost instantaneous. You will see immediately what the results will be. The downside is that it wears off fairly quickly (within a few hours) and many people find that the have sore chapped lips afterwards.

The second type of lip filler is one that works by boosting the moisture in your lips. This is a more long-term commitment on your part in which you will experience gradual results as the result of a boost in collagen production in the lips. The result is a gradual increase in the size of your lips.

The third type are injections. If dramatic results are your goal there are injections you can get that will provide drastic results. There are several different types of injections that can be performed. Among these injections are: collagen, fat, artecoll, autologen, and Restylane among others.

The amount of time for this procedure is minimal (taking between 30 minutes and two hours) and they can be performed in the doctor’s office in many cases. The price for these injections can be quite high and they will need to be repeated in order to maintain their effect.14

The fourth option is surgery. Surgical procedures include: AlloDerm, Fat grafting, synthetic implants, and flap grafting. The downside of surgery, other than the costs is the fact that you will require a few days for surgery and some are not permanent (such as fat grafts and flap grafts) meaning that the expense will need to be repeated or the effect will diminish in time.

So there you have it. For the full lips on your wish list you have a few options on hand.

You can choose to go the less expensive options of over the counter treatments that are designed to plump lips by either irritating them or moisturizing them. Your other options (injections and/or surgery) are a little more involved and carry a little more risk.

So there are several options when it comes to augmenting your lips. Choose wisely and enjoy more youthful looking lips.