Lip Injections Do’s and Dont’s
The Good, The Bad & The Ugly of Lip Fillers
Lip Injection Do’s
DO have ideas of what you want, like a haircut if you can bring in pictures of what you are looking to achieve, it will be very helpful to your injector.
DO be realistic with your expectations. For changes as big as Kylie’s, injections were likely spaced apart by a month or so and it was a gradual process. Such a drastic pump-up should not occur with one treatment.
Even though dermal-fillers used for lip injections have a numbing agent mixed in with an area as sensitive as the lips you are likely still going to feel some of the injections, ice afterwards!
DO expect swelling and bruising. This is normal.
DO wait about a week to get a good idea of what your results will look like, and then please DO ENJOY!
Lip Injection Dont’s
Before treatment, DON’T use aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications (such as ibuprofen) St John’s Wort or high doses of vitamin E supplements. Any medication or supplement that causes blood-thinning may increase your risk of bruising and bleeding at the injection site.
DON’T have treatment right before a big event as t is likely that your lips will swell. Best practice is a week or two before you need to look your best.
DON’T be scared if despite doing all the right things your lips are still swollen and bruised. Your lips are an extremely vascular delicate area.
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