Everything to know about lip fillers

Things you must understand about lip fillers before getting them done

Getting your lips done does not come with the burden of being judged any more as the fashion and beauty industry has become more accepting and progressive. The fear of botched and uneven lips has discouraged many people from trying out lip fillers but the disastrous result is the consequence of negligence rather than the procedure itself. 

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The fillers used in the procedure have the hyaluronic base and can easily be removed using an enzyme called hyaluronidase hence you don’t actually have to live with the horror of walking around with gigantic lips (if that happens at all). 

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Here are some things to know  about lip fillers that will help you make a decision:

Pay attention to the type of fillers

Proper research can help you understand which filler will meet your expectations the best. Many variants of hyaluronic acid are now available so read about what worked for who and if the results would match your expectations. 

Help your doctor understand your expectations 

People are often not satisfied with the end results as they don’t clearly communicate what they were expecting out of this procedure. If you are aiming for plumper lips, make sure to let the doctor know and if you want to make tiny changes, keep the number of fillers inserted in check. 

Expect a little swelling initially 

If you opt for numbing creams, you will see a little swelling that will subside. You won’t be able to see how the fillers have set so be prepared for that. Also, your lips are tender after the procedure so its important to keep that in mind. 

Be aware of allergies 

It is best to know the risks involving the procedure. You may have an allergic reaction which can eventually lead to infections. 

Here are some things to know about lip fillers. The procedure is, of course, expensive so make sure you invest it in the right doctor. Don’t forget to check the references and see the results of the procedure on previous patients.