Lip Enhancement is a painless dermal filler treatment that's intended for contouring, Hydrating and to give you the volume desired with a smoother, natural and longer lasting result. Our process is painless, needless, safe, effective and long lasting.
We use needless technology with a jet injector that allows a high pressure force to inject the hyaluronic acid through a person's skin without using any needles. This technology lowers the risk of bruising, swelling and pain in order to allow a more comfortable treatment.
We only use Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid (HA) because Hyaluronic Acid is already present in abundance in the skin and can be found naturally in almost every cell in the body, it's found in the greatest concentrations of the skins tissue and in both the deep underlying dermal areas as well as the visible epidermal top layers.
In order to make the HA more durable, scientists are able to link the HA molecules to one another. This linking process makes HA more durable therefore calling it Cross-linked. This process makes the particle gels bigger and therefore harder for the bodys defense to desolve it, giving you a longer lasting result than other fillers.
Injecting these fillers into the lips will provide the support, shape and volume of the lipsalong with other benefits.
The benefits of using Cross-linked hyaluronic acid include:
Cross-linked Hyaluronic acid can improve the appearance of your lips and can typically last between 9 to 18 months. After that touch-ups are needed, 1 to 2 years.
During your consultation, we will discuss your goals and tailor a treatment plan that aligns with your needs. Once we have completed your consultation, you will be asked to relax on a comfortable bed while the technician uses a Needless pen to insert dermal filler to the targeted area.
We use a high pressure force technology to inject the hyaluronic acid through a person's skin without using any needles. Little to no pain or swelling with no bruising will allow us to really contour and adjust the look to you personal liking.
Our treatment time for lip enhancement can take 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the needs. There's no downtime involved and you can return to your normal daily activities right after treatment. Results are seen immediately.
Our Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid is designed to act like your body’s own, naturally produced Hyaluronic Acid and has shown superiority thanks to a new technology that stabilizes pure Hyaluronic Acid into a gel form. This allows the Hyaluronic Acid to last longer in the skin, smoothing the surface, and providing lift and support where needed.
Results will typically last 9 to 18 months.
However, as we age, the natural production of Hyaluronic Acid by our bodies changes. Our skin can become thinner, dehydrated and less firm, therefore losing its radiance and youthful appearance.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally occurring compound in your skin that helps increase volume in your lips Increases hydration, elasticity, volume and help in the production on collagen. These types of fillers are sometimes called "hyaluronic acid fillers."
Making HA a useable product: HA is stabilized with cross-linking proteins, usually 1,4-BDDE. This makes HA more resistant to degradation and therefore enables it to last for several months and in some cases as long as 2 years in the skin. (depending on the strains and particle gel size per ML)
Stabilizing Hyaluronic Acid: The small natural molecules must be bound, or "cross-linked," to each other with repeating chemical bridges to form a much larger molecule. Our Product has a lower particulate size of gel particles per milliliter(10,000 per ML) which will last much longer than normal cross-linked hyaluronic acid.(100,000 per ML)
Cross-linking process: The process of cross-linking makes the HA more durable. The more cross-linking is done on HA the more firmer the molecules can get and consistency, more water absorbent when injected, and longer lasting. An experienced medical professional will choose the HA with the right amount of cross-linking to meet your specific needs, based on the area/s that require treatment.