Get the fuller lips you desire with lip fillers
Full, luscious lips are commonly seen as a symbol of youth, beauty and sensuality among women. According to Ancient Egyptian belief, the ideal lip appearance consists of a full upper lip that partially covers the upper teeth when your mouth is slightly open.
Whether you want to subtly adjust your lip's appearance or add volume, the Illuminate team can deliver results that are tailored to your needs*. And we are confident, if you decide to use lip fillers at one of Sydney's newest clinics - Illuminate - you will love the results.
What does a lip enhancement procedure involve?
Lip fillers are made up of Hyaluronic Acid, a naturally occuring chemical in the body whose main role is to attract water and provide hydration to the skin. When injected into the lips they enhance lip volume, softness and smoothness as well as restore symmetry and fill out lines and wrinkles in the skin and surrounding lips.
Numbing creams and ice are used to numb the area to be treated, before the filler is injected to add volume to the lips. Your Illuminate consultant will work with you to ensure the filler is injected to the right areas to ensure your lip enhancement is exactly as you desire. Once injected, the lips are massaged to ensure the filler is spread evenly through your lips.
Generally, treatment involves injecting an initial volume of between 0.8ml – 1.2ml into your lips and reviewing the result in six weeks’ time.
Although pain is usually minimal, the products used at Illuminate have a built in anaesthetic which helps with any discomfort.
What changes can be made with the procedure?
The procedure varies depending on the goals of your procedure*. You might benefit from an increase in lip volume, lip reshaping, or wrinkle correction for rejuvenation of the mouth area. Areas of the lips that can be corrected with lip fillers are:
- Shape of the lips
- Size of the lips
- Border of the lips
- Skin of the lips
- Projection of the lips.
Disclaimer: The examples and results shown and discussed on this website are examples only. We advise that all results vary from individual to individual. The information provided on and through this website is designed to be informational only and in no way replaces medical advice. Do not use this website as a substitute for medical advice. Please always seek consultation with a qualified medical practitioner.