Reduce the Signs of Ageing with a Lip Enhancement Procedure Says Cosmetic Surgery Guru

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Injectable lip fillers can transform your looks according to Cosmetic Surgery Guru.

Are you looking to revitalise your appearance? If so, a lip enhancement procedure can improve your looks, says a cosmetic surgery website.

According to Cosmetic Surgery Guru – which offers information and advice around a wide range of surgical and non-surgical procedures – injectable fillers are a great way to reduce the signs of ageing and can enhance your natural beauty.

Isabella Franklin, as spokeswoman for the site said: “The ageing process is an inevitable part of life, but it can take its toll on our appearance. As we get older, lips tend to become thinner and less defined – but this can be easily fixed thanks to injectable lip fillers.”

She continued: “During a lip enhancement procedure, the area is numbed using a local anaesthetic before the filler is injected. It’s administered by highly-trained medical staff – including doctors, nurses, practitioners and aestheticians – and takes around thirty minutes to work. Results are immediate and can last for up to six months making this a cost-effective and convenient treatment”.

Lip injections are available at reputable clinics across the UK and are also used to treat adults of all ages with naturally thin lips. Each treatment is tailored to suit the wants, tastes and needs of each patient and top-ups are available. It’s common to experience swelling and bruising after the procedure, but this should quickly subside to reveal your full and plump lips.

Miss Franklin concluded by saying: “Lip fillers can be combined with a teeth whitening treatment, for a complete smile makeover. Christmas, New Year and other celebratory events will soon be upon us, so it’s worth taking care of your appearance.”

Cosmetic Surgery Guru has advised anyone wanting a lip enhancement procedure to visit a reputable clinic.

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