Thin lips are an extremely common complaint among both men and women, especially as full, plump lips are often perceived as being aesthetically pleasing. Those with thin lips will often have a smaller, thinner mouth, and it is a completely natural thing that thousands are born with.
There often isn’t any specific cause for thin lips other than genetics, and many people are born with them. While there is nothing wrong with having thin lips, and it has no physical impact on eating or speaking, it can affect how people feel about themselves. A lot of people with thin lips are self-conscious about this area of their face, and many look for treatment options that will give fuller, plumper lips.
There are a number of treatments that can enlarge thin lips and result in them being more voluptuous and fuller. Anyone considering treatment for thin lips should carefully consider all the options available, and book in for a full skincare assessment and consultation before deciding if it is the right option.
Thin Lips Treatment At Hans Place Practice
Here at Hans Place Practice, we are specialists in cosmetic procedures to fix problems such as thin lips. We usually recommend dermal fillers for enhancing the appearance of lips and leaving a plumper finish. If you are considering treatment for thin lips, talk to our team for honest, supportive advice.
Dermal fillers are a non-invasive cosmetic treatment that has been growing in popularity in recent years. The treatment involves injecting a clear gel into the skin in the problem area. This gel is almost the same as the body’s naturally occurring substance called hyaluronic acid. After being injected, these fillers work with the body’s existing hyaluronic acid to plump, fill and smooth thin lips. The results are instantly noticeable, and you can often choose the size of the lip you want.
As dermal fillers integrate into the existing skin tissue, they allow vital elements such as oxygen and hormones to pass through. This is perfectly safe and results in a healthy, natural finish. Over time, the fillers are broken down using the body’s normal biological processes and eventually are removed from the body completely. This makes them a popular choice for adding volume to thin lips as the results are only temporary.