Lipology

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Lip Augmentation is a cosmetic procedure that can give you fuller, plumper lips.

These days, an injectable dermal filler is the most commonly used method of lip augmentation.
At Blaze we use Teosyal RHA Hyaluronic Acid + Lifocaine which won product of the year 2016

There are many brands on the market today and all are injected in the same way and give you similar results. Our products contain Lidocaine, a local anaesthetic.
We also use Emla cream (numbing cream) before the treatment begins to maximise our clients comfort.
The Benefits of using Hyaluronic acid fillers.
Control over lip volume. The amount of substance injected can be controlled, so the therapist has better control over how much lip volume is created.
Gradual pace of treatment.
The injections can be given gradually during different appointments until the desired results are achieved.
Bumps dissolve easy.
Any lumps and bumps created by movement of the lips can be dissolved easily.
Less bruising.
There may be less bruising and swelling compared to other derma fillers.
Reasonably lasting results.
The results are reasonably long-lasting, but not permanent.
Allergic reaction unlikely.
Because Hyaluronic acid fillers are made from substances similar to those found in the body, they are unlikely to cause an allergic reaction. But if you are allergic to Lidocaine, tell your therapist before being treated.

Side Effects and Risks

Side effects of Hyaluronic acid fillers are temporary and should only last a few days. They may include:
Bleeding from the injection site
Swelling and bruising
Redness and tenderness at the site of the injection
More serious side effects and risks may include:
Severe and prolonged swelling or bruising lasting one week to 10 days
Lip asymmetry (parts of lips are different sizes)
Lumps and irregularities in the lips
Infection
Injection into a blood vessel, causing tissue loss
Ulceration, scarring, or stiffening of the lip
Allergic reaction causing redness, swelling, or itching around the lips
Call your doctor immediately if you experience extreme swelling or develop a fever.