The Aging Lip

The Aging Lip

Reverse the signs of Aging Lips with lip and facial fillers to plump up lips and smooth the lines around your mouth.

Many women complain of thinning lips and lip lines causing a ‘mean expression’ and lipstick bleed. Treatment of an aging lip comprises of strengthening rather than volumising the lip, however fear of ‘trout pout’ often puts women off lip treatments. As we grow older we all lose volume and elasticity in our skin as we have less collagen to give that plump look. This can also be more pronounced in smokers, known as smokers lip, which are signified by deep lines radiating out from the mouth. At The Clinic, we only offer the best products available and will discuss all treatments in depth to ensure you’re happy with the results.

What makes The Clinic different to other places offering cosmetic treatments is that we have over 20 years of experience and can therefore offer bespoke treatments for the individual. Not everyone has the same lips so not everyone should get the same treatment, or the same about of treatment. Our lip fillers are tailored to your unique requirement to give you beauty and natural looking lips. Using only the best products we can reverse the signs of the aging lip by treating the lips and the areas around the mouth to smooth and fill lines and plump up thinning lips.

Juvéderm® subtly reshapes and redefines lips and facial contours. The treatment adds definition to the mouth and the outline of the face.  It has been specifically developed as a smooth gel to give a soft, natural feel. The gel fills in lip lines and wrinkles while the hyaluronic acid within attracts and retains moisture, so results can last up to a year, leaving clients with a full, smooth and youthful smile.

Please contact one of our consultants in Belfast who are happy to discuss your unique needs and can then advise on the most appropriate type of treatment for you. We have over 20 years of experience in Northern Ireland and we would love to hear from you today, so please get in touch.

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