Lip fillers are cosmetic plastic surgery procedures that change the shape and size of the lips by implanting or injecting fillers into the lip tissue. The most common lip fillers are liquid silicone, dermal fillers and fat transfers. Some lip fillers have been on the market for years, but others are relatively new to the industry.
Liquid silicone has been around for decades and has been commonly used as a lip filler. It is injected to give the lips a fuller appearance and can be found naturally in the form of a cream, lotion or liquid. These lip fillers are not subject to as much testing as other lip fillers and have been found to be safe for use. However, some complications with this method have been noted, including allergic reactions and swelling at the injection site. In addition, it can be found in the breast area. Dermal fillers can also be found naturally in lips, although they tend to be more popular in the chin, cheeks and on the eyelids.
Fat transfer is a lip filler that is made from fat that is taken from another part of the body. One of the more popular types of fat transfer is made from the abdomen, buttocks and thighs. A clear solution that is typically used for this procedure is a mixture of glycerin and bovine collagen. This lip filler can be found naturally in various parts of the body. The problem with fat transfer is that it can take several weeks for it to show.
Another option available to lip fillers is called hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is derived from the natural occurring substance hyaluronidase. There are two active forms of hyaluronic acids, H-EA and HA. They are taken from the peptides found in the fruit of the plant called the “hyaluronan” found in the skin called the “ajugo.” Hyaluronic acids can be taken as oral supplements or as a topical solution like the restylane lip filler.
The third type of injectable lip filler is known as karo. It is typically made from a purified form of water that contains a small amount of silicone. This type of lip filler can be injected through the use of a needle into the fatty tissue under the lip. There are no restrictions on how many injections should be given in a day or how often the injections should be repeated once the bruising under the lip has been removed.
A less commonly used method is to use a gel like solution that is injected directly into the fatty tissue. The most popular product used in this method is called volume injector. A fine needle is first introduced into the lips. Then a syringe with a volume injector needle is inserted into the hole created by the first inserted needle. The syringe is equipped with a pumping mechanism that allows a steady stream of the gel to be pumped into the lips, while it is being developed. The more volume injected, the fuller the lip will become.
Some Lip Filler products may have reward programs, as part of their service. For example, there are Lip Filler reward programs that pay for your return visits to your cosmetic surgeon. These programs may also cover the cost of some of the cosmetic surgeries performed. This is especially important for people who need multiple treatments to obtain the look they want. They are able to purchase the services and procedures they need at a lower price, by participating in Lip Filler reward programs.
There are a number of factors to consider when deciding which lip fillers to use. All women should consult with a doctor before choosing any of the lip injections for themselves. All patients should understand the pros and cons of any product they are considering, and the potential risks involved. With proper care and attention, anyone can achieve the level of fullness and celebrity desired, with minimal risk to their health.