Everything πŸ‘πŸΌ You Need to Know about Lip Fillers πŸ‘„ before Getting Them πŸ’‰ ...

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When it comes to Google searches, lip fillers is something that tops the list of most searched items.

Why?

Because they are a fairly non-invasive way to plump your lips and make them look full and lush.

You've heard the horror stories of beauty treatments gone all wrong so maybe you're a bit nervous to try lip fillers.

Fortunately, they've come a long way, but it still pays to know what you're up against before you go under the knife, or the needle in this case.

1. What's a Lip Filler Made from?

Many of the newest and best lip fillers are actually hyaluronic acid, something you've probably seen on the ingredients list of some of your beauty products.

Hyaluronic acid is naturally found in your body and has the ability to hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water, making it ideal for filling out your pucker.

Unlike the silicone fillers of the past, there is less of a chance of a reaction with hyaluronic acid as a lip filler.

2. Who Should do the Treatment?

The very best thing to do when you want to get a lip filler is to see a professional.

Some spas offer the treatment or you might be invited to a party where lip fillers are available.

Under no circumstances should you let anyone near your lips with a needle unless he or she is certified and can prove it.

Otherwise you run the risk of side effects or a botched treatment that could lead to further problems.

3. What Does It Feel like?

Once you've found the perfect person to administer your lip filler, you're good to go.

It can make the entire process a bit easier if you know what to expect.

Some ladies say they feel a bit of pain when the needle goes in, while others say it's more like a pinch.

Once the needle is under your skin, you may feel the product pumping into your lips.

Many doctors will cover the area with a numbing cream to help keep it from hurting so badly.

Some women experience pain as the cream wears off while others say it's not so bad.

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