A feature that never goes out of fashion, lips have always created attention as perhaps the most immediate, expression and sensuous facial feature. Lip fillers can enhance the shape and volume restoring the definitions of your lips.
Restylane products are made of hyaluronic acid (H.A.). H.A. is a substance found naturally in your body, but decreases as we age. The natural purpose of H.A. is to feed nutrients to the body that, in this case, help to keep lips hydrated, soft and full.
Restylane Lypps Lidocaine is specifically formulated for lip enhancement and lip augmentation. Creating fuller lips, or define and contour lip borders for a beautiful smile. Volume to provide you lip enhancement to the following areas: Fuller lips (creating volume in the lip body for a more pronounced look), define and contour the lip border (accentuate your smile by defining the lip border) and Cupid’s Bow (emphasise and define the shape of the top lip). As the lips are a sensitive treatment area, Restylane Lip Kysse comes with 0.3% lidocaine anaesthetic included in the product to reduce injection pain and increase treatment comfort.
Restylane® Kysse with Lidocaine is your treatment of choice for long-lasting result and natural lips. Restylane® Kysse lives up to expectations by supplanting the drained levels of Hyaluronic acid and aides rehydrate the skin and increases density through its capacity to hold water. Normally the drugs are applied by unobtrusive implantations around 1-2 cm’s independently. Because of Restylane® Kysse’s make up, as soon as the gel is infused it streams dependably into the encompassed skin. Results are next to quick and can keep working for whatever length of time up to 1 year. Restylane® Kysse is introduced straight-forwardly into the skin with a very small needle. It contains local anaesthetic lidocaine for improved comfort during treatment. Restylane Kysse can create the perfect shaped lips that are full of volume and plumpness. Guaranteed to attract the attention of anyone.
Potential side effects include swelling and bruising, usually the day after.