Full lips with a defined border are a feature of youthful attractiveness. As we age, natural components of the lips including collagen, elastin and Hyaluronic Acid, that give the lips structure and volume gradually diminish. Consequently, the lips and surrounding areas become subject to volume loss and structural changes.
The corners of the mouth can begin to droop giving a sad or angry look (mouth frown). The Cupid’s bow (v shaped area of the upper lip), can flatten out, and smokers lines ( vertical lip lines) may also appear. Dermal fillers containing Hyaluronic Acid can be used not only to restore volume or plump up the lips, but also to create definition of the lips and surrounding structures.
The lips are a very sensitive area, and in addition to the anaesthetic contained within the fillers, additional anaesthetic is provided. The results of the procedure are seen immediately post completion of the treatment, but there may be some swelling, and the final result will be seen when this swelling subsides. Typically the fillers should last 6-12 months.
Wrinkle Relaxers also known as muscle relaxants are an injectable treatment for the subtle temporary improvement of moderate to severe fine lines and wrinkles. They can offer a smoother appearance and each client’s individual results can vary from person to person dependent on contributing factors.
Due to strict regulations with the TGA we are unfortunately unable to advertise the brand name of Wrinkle Relaxer due to it being a Schedule 4 Medication. There are huge penalties and fines that applies for advertising brand names of Wrinkle Relaxers in Australia. We are always more than happy to discuss the brand of Wrinkle Relaxer we use in clinic on consultation with our clients.
$300 1/2ml Soft Hydrating Filler
$450 1ml Soft Hydrating Filler
$300 1/2ml Medium Volumising Filler
$500 1ml Medium Volumising Filler
$300 1/2ml Full Thickness Volumising Filler
$550 1ml Full Thickness Volumising Filler
*Please Note: A full consultation will be performed by Nurse Bel to assess suitabilty and expectation of results when determining what type of filler would be best suited.