Hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharide that is naturally present in your skin. An application of this substance in mouth-filling procedures is well tolerated by the body. Lip modelling is a completely safe treatment.
With the use of hyaluronic acid, we can significantly improve the condition of lips – make them prominent or enlarge them, improve their contour, lift their corners or rejuvenate them, while obtaining a very natural effect.
Lip modelling is a completely safe treatment. Hyaluronic acid is introduced by a specialist using microinjections. In order to provide you with complete comfort, the treatment is preceded by an application of a local anaesthetic.
The treatment lasts up to 30 minutes.
HOW LONG DOES THE EFFECT REMAIN?
The effect remains for approx. 6 to 12 months.
INDICATIONS FOR THE TREATMENT:
- small, narrow lips
- poorly outlined lip contour
- loss of lip volume
- drooping mouth corners
- faded lip colour
- wrinkles around the mouth
- asymmetrical shape of lips
- enlarged or prominent lips
- improved mouth contour
- moisturised lips
- lifted drooping mouth corners
- lips visibly moisturised, smooth and firm
- removal of wrinkles
- rejuvenation of skin around the mouth
CONTRAINDICATIONS TO THE TREATMENT:
- pregnancy and breast-feeding
- skin infections around the mouth
- cold sore (active)
- autoimmune diseases
- allergy to hyaluronic acid
- blood coagulation disorders
- active infections in the area to be treated
- decompensated diabetes
About two weeks before the treatment, do not take blood thinners, such as Aspirin, Gripex, Allertec.
We recommend that people with a tendency to cold sore use preparations such as Heviran for two weeks before the planned procedure.
Immediately after the treatment, symptoms typical of each injection may occur, such as swelling, redness, bruising, pain and severe itching or excessive sensitivity around the mouth. These symptoms subside spontaneously within about 1 to 3 days.
After treatment, avoid high temperatures, sauna and solarium. Do not massage or press your lips without clear indications from a specialist.