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Lip Enhancement

Get fuller, supple lips with lip filler injections

Ageing, sun exposure and hormonal changes can cause our lips to lose volume and appear thinner; even if you were born with fuller lips.

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Before and After Photos *

* Results can vary and cannot be guaranteed

Over time, your skin can begin to lose fullness and elasticity, due to a reduction of hyaluronic acid and collagen. Dermal fillers can help turn back the clock and replenish loss of volume, for fuller more youthful looking lips.

What is dermal filler? 

At Caci, we use Juvederm fillers for lip enhancement treatments to add volume to thin or sunken lips. This brand of filler is much smoother in consistency than others, so you will see a much more natural result. The formulation we use also contains 0.3% Iidocaine, a local anaesthetic that provides more comfort both during and after injection. Learn more about Dermal Filler.

How long do the results last?

The results are immediate and last up to one year. Most clients require only one treatment to achieve optimal wrinkle smoothing or volume enhancement.*

How long does it take? 

Lip Enhancement treatments are quick, taking around 15 minutes on average.

To ensure you get best results from our lip filler treatment, you will have a consultation with a Registered Nurse first so they can discuss the treatment with you, and you can explain the type of result you'd like. All fillers are administered by a Registered Nurse who has had extensive training, so you’re in the very best hands.

How much does lip enhancement cost?

The cost will vary between individuals and these will be discussed at your free consultation. We offer a range of payment options and plans, so you can choose one that suits you. 

Are there any treatment risks?

Any pain after the treatment is usually minimal. The most common issue is temporary swelling. Although this is highly variable on the individual and it depends on how much your lip has been enlarged, and on your individual healing characteristics. Swelling and/or bruising can last up to two weeks.

 

*Results may vary from person to person and are not guaranteed.