Updated: Jun 12, 2019
Lip augmentation is the perfect solution to plump, add symmetry and define your lips. Giving you the benefit of having control over your preferred shape, structure, and volume, you can fine-tune your lips to look as natural as you'd like, while still having that full, well-bodied aesthetic. The results are instant, and the downtime is minimal. The side effects include temporary numbness and minor bruises, which fade quickly following the procedure. Lip fillers typically last an average of six months, and the dissolution is gradual.
How long does it take?
20 - 30 mins
How much does it cost?
£110 - £320 (£30 deposit required to secure your booking)
After your treatment
Things to avoid: Medicine, alcohol and caffeine. For at least three days, you should avoid taking any of these products to reduce the risk of heightening the sensitivity of the injected areas and to not tamper with the metabolising of the filler. Any activity related to extreme heat or sweat. This includes being under the sun for long periods and going to the sauna or gym. These activities can also affect how the fillers metabolise in your body. Any product with high volumes of salt. Salt will dehydrate the lips. Keep away from the beach or salty, processed foods for at least three days. Things to do: Keep your lips clean and moisturised. This means no makeup or lip scrubs or masks. If anything, apply lip balm to your lips as often as you can. This is just an extra step to protect your lips and speed up the healing process. Stay hydrated. Drink lots of water for the first few days of treatment as this will quicken the healing process. Cold water could also help in easing the post-procedure swelling. Also, it's nice to be hydrated, in general! Eat clean. As stated above, it's best to stay away from processed foods and instead eat food loaded with vitamins and minerals to aid in the healing process.
Kanvas are back on Monday 17th July at Vanity Fair - call 01892 616096 to make your appointment today!