How to safely enhance your lips

Celebrity pouts have made fuller lips enviable and attractive, and since many people are seeking to mimic the pout of their favourite stars, lip enhancement is on the rise. However, examples of lip augmentation fails are obvious for everyone to see, so it’s important to know how to safely enhance your lips.

Are you looking for a safe, non-surgical lip augmentation option? Hyaluronic acid (HA) based dermal fillers are an extremely safe way to enhance your lips. When it comes to non-surgical lip enhancement, HA fillers top the list and are considered the industry standard, because HA is a substance that naturally occurs in the skin. It is also a popular ingredient in skin care products. as it plumps the skin by attracting and holding water molecules.

HA fillers used for lip augmentation are marketed under several brand names, but Juvederm Volbella is considered a superior option.

Juvederm Volbella for lip enhancement
Juvederm Volbella is a safe, soft formulation that provides subtle, long-term lip enhancement. The results of Juvederm Volbella can last up to 12 months, while similar options last 3-6 months. The longevity of outcomes with Volbella is primarily due to the fact that it is engineered using efficient crosslinking technology that mixes different molecular weights of HA.

Juvederm Volbella is also a favorite because it delivers smooth, natural looking results, and causes less swelling. In clinical studies carried out with Volbella, there were no adverse side effects reported, but mild swelling, bruising, and tenderness may occur after treatment. Also, Juvederm Volbella is reversible with hyaluronidase, and this is a good safety net in case there are any irregularities after treatment.

Interested in lip augmentation? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Paducah, KY area Image Surgical Arts is our featured practice.

You can reach them at, or by calling (270) 366-1932.

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