Lip Filler and Lip Augmentation Treatments
Lips are a visible part of the body that are soft , moveable and used for eating, talking and kissing.The border around the lips is known as the vermilion border and the upper lip area border is known as cupids bow.
Small lips and thin lips can be inherited or can be as a result of aging. As we age our lips become smaller and thinner. Lips have thinner skin than the surrounding areas and less melanin ( in fair skinned people) and so appear redder as the blood appears to show more through the skin. In dark skinned people , this effect is less so as more melanin is present. Lips do not have the usual sweat glands or oils to help regulate the skin and are therefore more prone to drying out and appearing chapped.
Small lips and thin lips are not desirable by many people as full lips with a cupids bow and a defined vermilion border have often been associated with beauty and youth. The ideal size of lips have changed over the years and currently small lips are not desirable and the trend is to fuller lips.
As we age we lose fat in the face including the lips resulting in small lips that are not as desirable. In the early 19th century a variety of substances from paraffin to silicone were used to make lips appear fuller.
At BC laser and Skincare Clinic in Surrey, there are a number of treatments for small lips that we offer to our clients from Vancouver, Surrey, White Rock, Langley, Coquitlam, Delta and all over the Lower Mainland. For your solutions to small lips please call our office at 604 580 2464 and book your appointment today.
For small lips and thin lips we use the following treatments:
- Lip plumpers and Lip treatments from Jane Iredale and Alyria
- Juvéderm line of products for small lips
- Restylane and perlane for small lips
- Botox to lift small lips and have them appear fuller
Lip enhancement fillers last approximately 6 months as the mouth is a very mobile area and fillers in this area can last a little less time than in other areas of the face.
Note: Procedure results may vary from patient to patient.