Lip Fillers

Lip Augmentation is used to help enhance the natural shape and fullness of the lips. Plumper lips can add a new a new dimension to the face and give the appearance of a more youthful look.

Lip Augmentation

Juvederm Smile 0.55ml £135
 Juvederm volite  £220
Juvederm 3 1ml £245
Juvederm 4 1ml £240
Volbella 1ml £270
Voluma 1ml £305
Volift 0.55ml £155
Volift 1ml £270
Teosyal Kiss 1ml £240
Emervel 1ml £240
Restylane 1ml £240
Perlayne 1ml £240

Lip Augmentation provides improved lip fullness to the body of the lips. Volume loss of the lips occurs naturally with time, and replacing this volume can result in more youthful looking lips. Here at The White Rooms we will be able to advise you on the appropriate treatment for the aesthetic outcome you are looking for.

Before having the treatment an anaesthetic is injected to numb the lips prior to lip enhancement and areas such as the vermilion border, the philtrum, cupids bow, and lip body can be enhanced. There may be some swelling and bruising after lip enhancement.

Lip Fillers Liverpool

  • DO NOT apply make up or creams for at least 6 hours after Dermal Filler Treatment
  • DO NOT expose the treatment areas to extreme heat (eg sunbeds / sauna) for at least 2 weeks, as this may affect product durability
  • DO gently massage the Dermal Filler treatment areas for up to 2 weeks to avoid unevenness
  • Immediate redness, swelling, burning and itching around the treatment site are COMMON and should settle within the first few hours
  • Bruising and swelling lasting up to 2 weeks are LESS COMMON and should resolve spontaneously
  • Slight blue discolouration of the treatment area is LESS COMMON
  • Cold sores may RARELY erupt following lip augmentation – this should be treated with Zovirax cream from the pharmacy
  • Tissue infection / abcess is RARE and can be treated with antibiotics
  • Granuloma (tissue nodules) are VERY RARE and can be treated with injection of steroid into the affected area
  • Tissue necrosis (sores) is VERY RARE and usually resolves
  • Hypersensitivity / allergy is VERY RARE and can be treated with antihistamines

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