Full, plump lips are a huge trend right now, so it makes sense that lip fillers are in demand! But what else is causing the rise of lip fillers? We look at the many reasons why more and more people are trying lip fillers for the first time!
Change the shape, not just the size
Although there is a common misconception that lip fillers are used to create fake-looking full lips, filler can alter just specific sections of the lips. For example, many opt for fillers to be injected just their top lip or the lip line to alter the shape and create a natural look.
Lip fillers for a younger audience
As we get older, our lips tend to lose elasticity and thin out. As with dermal fillers, lip enhancements plump the lips with hyaluronic acid to give an overall youthful look. However, most people interested in lip fillers are in their 20s. More young people are seeking out lip fillers in Bournemouth, including girls in their late teens.
Lip fillers are not permanent
There has been a rise of non-surgical cosmetic solutions in the past few years. The appeal seems to stem from their temporary nature. After watching ‘plastic surgery gone wrong’ programmes, many dislike the idea of permanent plastic surgery. Instead you can try temporary lip fillers and see the results without any long-lasting effects.
Cosmetic treatments are not taboo
Whilst once considered a taboo subject, more people are talking about cosmetic treatments than before. Following the example of Kylie Jenner, young people openly show off their new full lips in selfies on social media.
Lip fillers are an easy procedure
Lip filler injections are a simple, non-surgical treatment. The procedure usually takes less than half an hour and causes only a mild discomfort for most patients. It is a safe, fast and easy solution for those who want fuller lips.
Interested in trying lip fillers in Bournemouth? Contact experienced aesthetic practitioner, Austin Brewer for more information about lip fillers or any of our other cosmetic treatments on 07823 88388 to arrange a free skin consultation.