You know how every year there is a new trend that is happening? One year it is lip liner, another year it is the perm, so forth, so forth. If you join it great if you don’t the trend will continue with or without you. Trends is what makes people know what is in and what is out. Ladies and gentlemen the latest thing in right now are lip fillers. Lip fillers are the newest trend and it doesn’t seem like they are going away. Some people have been wanting lip fillers to make their lips seem plump and have more volume well, Renew Medical Spa has the lip fillers for you. Celebrities are helping endorse this latest trend and showing people, you can now get the lips you have been wanting. Renew Medical Spa offers lip fillers that will help give you that full look you have been tasting. Lip fillers can help you kiss those thin lips good-bye.
There are many types of Lip Fillers it just depends on the person and what they prefer. Some examples of lip fillers are Juvederm Volbella XC and Restylane Silk. Both injectables will help give you more volume to your lips but let’s explain what’s the difference between the two! But before we get to that let’s explain why get lip fillrs?
Why get lip fillers?
As we get older some of us lose volume in our lips, while others were born with thin lips. If you have been wanting to plump up your lips, but you are tired of using lipstick, well Renew Medical Spa has lip fillers that may help you. Lip fillers can help bring back or add volume to those lips!
Types of Dermal Fillers
Don’t worry you can get those plump lips you have been dreaming of! The lip fillers that will help you get those dream lips are Juvederm Volbella XC and Restylane Silk. These two injectables are different but their goal is the same. Their goal is to give you those big beautiful lips you have been craving. But depending on the fillers individual results may vary. If you are not sure what lip fillers are good for you we will explain them to you, that way you have a better understand of both fillers. *
What is Juvederm Volbella?
The injectable Juvederm Volbella is FDA-approved and its main goal is to improve the size and shape of your lips. Juvederm is composed of hyaluronic acid, which occurs naturally in the skin. Juvederm Volbella adds volume to the lips and it may also help lessen and smooth out the lines that appear around the mouth. *
What is the procedure?
At the beginning of the treatment, the medical expert will give you an ice pack or some type of numbing device. The device is placed on the lips to help numb the lips since they will be injected by a needle. The lip filler is injected by a gel, the gel is the main component that adds volume to the lips. The procedure will take about 15 minutes. *
What are the Juvederm Volbella results?
The results of Juvederm Volbella can be seen quickly. Depending on the patient, some may experience some swelling or bruising. The lip injection can last about a year, but the patient may need to return after nine months to get a touch-up. *
What is Restylane Silk?
Restylane is an injectable that is made of synthetic hyaluronic acid. The FDA-approved injectable’s main purpose is to add volume to the lips. Restylane Silk helps improve the shape and adds volume to the lips. Restylane silk is a procedure that enhances the look of the lips. It enhances the appearance of the lips by giving it a rounder shape. It also helps smooth out any lines there are around the mouth. *
What is the Restylane silk procedure?
The procedure takes about 15-30 minutes. It is also done by using small needles. Depending on the patient, some might experience some bruising or swelling. *
The results of Restylane silk can last about seven months to a year, but it depends on the individual. *
Contact us today to schedule your complimentary consultation at our clinic in Dallas, Texas. We will help you to decide which of these treatments or if a combination of them can help you get the beautiful results you’ve been dreaming of!
*Results for each patient will vary. The information provided will not guarantee your eligibility for treatment. Consultation and medical examination must be completed before approval.