What is Lip Rejuvenation
As we age, our lip volume loses its definition. Lip augmentation, also known as lip rejuvenation or lip enlargement, is a cosmetic surgery that improves the size or shape of the lips. At Lumiskins, we employ various holistic treatment and dermal filler techniques to target skin health and stimulate the body’s natural tissue boosters.
Lip rejuvenation is a non-surgical treatment that can give you fuller, more youthful-looking lips. We use dermal fillers to achieve this, injecting them into the lips to add volume. The results are immediate and long-lasting, though you may need touch-ups every few months to maintain the results.
What is Eye Rejuvenation
When interacting with someone, many of us pay attention to their lips or eyes, and a more youthful-looking mouth sin, a toned eye area may go a long way toward improving someone’s appearance.
Eye rejuvenation is a non-surgical treatment that can help to improve the appearance of your eyes. We use dermal fillers to achieve this, injecting them into the areas around your eyes to add volume and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and crow’s feet. The results are immediate and long-lasting, though you may need touch-ups every few months to maintain the results of the cosmetic procedures.
The lips and eyes are two of the most popular facial rejuvenation zones treated by Lumiskins. Fine lines and tissue changes such as loss of fat pads beneath the eyes, loss of natural collagen and hyaluronic acid, and sagging can all be visible in these expressive but delicate tissues.
Who Are An Ideal Client For Lip and Eye Rejuvenation?
Candidates for lip and eye rejuvenation are typically in their 20s or 40s, but the treatments can be effective for people of all ages. The best candidates have realistic expectations for the treatment results and are in good general health.
Problems at a Glance
Many problems can be solved by lip and eye rejuvenation:
While lack of sleep and changes in skin elasticity is sometimes associated with under-eye bags, gravity and aging are to blame for the additional burden. Here’s why: the upper and lower eyelids are made up of skin, muscle, and fat. The muscles weaken with age, preventing the eye skin from staying tight. Collagen breakdown causes wrinkles and sagging in the skin as well. And finally, as you age, the fat that used to sit high in your cheeks starts to migrate south and settle under your eyes and create an eye puffiness.
Crow’s feet, or wrinkles around the corners of your eyes, are caused by muscle movement and sun damage. You have at least a few lines radiating from the outer corners of your eyes unless you’ve had a miserable existence or only emerged after dark. Crow’s feet and frown lines are caused by constant movements, such as smiling and squinting, and they’re recognized by most of us. We can treat them with botulinum toxin injections or dermal filler treatment.
Consider droopy eyelids as the drapes that cover a window’s view. Collagen and elasticity are lost from the skin as it sags. The skin will eventually develop wrinkles and furrows as collagen bundles are depleted, resulting in sagging. They can also be induced by brow lowering, which compresses the top eyelid.
Sagging eyelids can make you look older and more tired than you are. We can treat this problem with eye rejuvenation treatment, which involves injecting dermal fillers into the eyelid fat and around your eyes areas to add volume and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and crows feet.
Dark circles are frequently linked to age, stress, and lack of sleep. Your parents might also be blamed because dark circles can be passed down through genetics. Dark eyes, for example, may appear naturally darker and shadowed due to their deep setness. Dark circles under the eyes are usually due to genetics or lifestyle choices, such as not getting enough sleep or drinking too much alcohol. We can treat them with dermal fillers and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections.
Smile lines, or laugh lines, are the deep wrinkles that occur on the sides of your mouth when you smile. They’re also called nasolabial folds because they run from the bottom of your nose to the corners of your mouth. Smile lines are caused by a loss of collagen and elastin in the skin, as well as by repeated muscle movement. We can treat them with botulinum toxin injections and dermal filler injections.
Any procedure carries potential risks or side effects. Lip and eye rejuvenation are no different.
Risks of treatments include:
- bruising or bleeding at the injection site
- allergic reaction
- irregularities in the filling
Side effects from these injections can include:
- pain or itching at the injection site
The most common remedy takes about 7 to 18 days to resolve. Contact our aesthetic clinic now to schedule an initial session!
You will see results immediately after your treatment, and the recovery period for lip and eye rejuvenation is short. However, it may take a few days for the swelling to resolve and for you to see your final results. Results from these treatments typically last 6 to 12 months, though this can vary depending on the type of filler used and the area treated. Touch-ups may be necessary to maintain your results. Contact us now to set up an initial consultation with our medical professional.