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LIP FILLERS

Lip fillers are one of Julia’s most sought-after dermal filler treatments. Lips are very easy to correct asymmetries and create volume due to the fact they’re very durable and easy to manipulate with derma fillers.

 

We only use temporary dermal fillers which last between 3 - 12 months. Dermal fillers are generally broken down within the body or can be broken down using enzyme hyalase, if it was needed in a medical situation or if the client no longer wanted dermal fillers. 

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LIP FILLERS ARE
RECOMMENDED FOR...

  • Ageing skin

  • Smokers’ skin

  • Decreased lip volume

  • Dehydrated lips

  • Asymmetrical lips

 

We use fillers that range in different consistencies so that you leave with the end result you desire. Fine watery textures are perfect for subtle volume, whereas thicker gel-like substances are ideal for fuller or firmer augmentations. 

LIP FILLERS PRICING

Julia recommends 1 session with a cost of:

Julia offers 0.5ml or 1ml syringes for those who wish to enhance their lips. This can be changed on the day of treatment, after Julia has seen your lips and discussed with you what your desired outcome is. 

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BENEFITS OF LIP FILLERS

Our lip fillers come in a range of different consistencies from fine ‘watery’ like textures, suitable for subtle volume, to thicker gel-like substances used for fuller or firmer augmentation’s. Benefits of lip fillers include:
 

  • Smoothen lips lines

  • Reduce wrinkles 

  • Pure Hyaluronic Acid moisturizes skin 

  • Ideal treatment if you do not want to add a volume

  • Ideal treatment if you want to improve lips asymmetry 

Before your Dermal Filler treatment, it is recommend to avoid dental work for up to at least 2 weeks prior to treatment and one month after the treatment.

Please avoid blood-thinning medication for 7 days before treatment, if you have cardiovascular history consult your Doctor before stopping the use of Aspirin.

Avoid any aggressive facial treatments including AHA peels, Alpha Hydroxy Acid and avoid waxing, tweezing or hair removal cream on the area, 3 days before treatment.

If you are a sufferer of Perioral Herpes (cold sores) it is advised you seek advice on antiviral treatment.

Avoid alcohol 24 hours prior to treatment as it can heighten the chances of bruising and swelling. 

LIP FILLER PRE-TREATMENT ADVICE

LIP FILLER POST-TREATMENT ADVICE

The following guidelines are recommended during the 24 / 48 hr post-treatment period: 

- Keep the area cool with a cold compress, but don't apply ice which can cause injury.

- Avoid using active products containing AHA (Alpha HydroxyAcids/Glycolics), BHA (Beta Hydroxy Acids), or Retinoid gels or creams during the first 24 hours as these may inflame the area. 

- Delay using make up on the treated area until the next day. 

- Avoid drinking alcohol. 

- Avoid exercise and extremes of hot and cold. Drink water regularly throughout the day. 

- Avoid spicy and hot foods that may irritate the lips and prolong swelling.

- Avoid blood thinning medicines such as Aspirin.

- Should you see or feel any lumps gently massage your lips with clean hands as instructed by the Technician once the swelling has subsided. 

- Do not have facials, facial waxing, Glycolic peel or AHA peels, Liquid Nitrogen (dry ice) or laser treatment 10-14 days after the treatment. 

- Occasionally injections into the lips can activate cold sores in those prone to this happening. Cold sore ointment is available over the countering pharmacy and should be used at first sign of an outbreak. Cold Sore tablets can be taken before the treatment as a preventative measure. 

DO NOT USE DERMAL FILLER IF YOU ARE PREGNANT OR BREAST FEEDING.

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- If swelling, puffiness, lumpiness does not fade in the first week with a gentle massage

- The filler change structure and become hard, nodular or lumpy, especially if there is redness or tenderness after 48hr. 

IMPORTANT If you develop increasing pain near or above the site of injection which getting worse over the time, especially if associated with pale area of skin indicating a lack of blood flow you should contact us straight away or seek for emergency advise.