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Lip dehydration at Dr Victoria Winchester Skin Clinic

Lip Dehydration

Thin lips can be completely natural but they can also be a sign of ageing. If you’ve noticed your lips getting thinner and losing their full, plump look, it’s probably as a result of a loss of collagen and a tiring of the muscles around the mouth as we get older.

What causes Lip Dehydration?

The ageing process takes it out of our lips somewhat, as from as early as our late twenties our lips start thinning. On the other hand, some people are born with smaller lips causing the proportions of your face to be altered. Thin lips due to ageing are caused by loss of collagen in the lips, which reduces both their natural fullness and colour.

Do you suffer from the following?

  • Loss in lip volume
  • Loss in lip colour
  • Crooked smile
  • No defined cupid's bow
Lip dehydration at Dr Victoria Winchester Skin Clinic
Lip dehydration at Dr Victoria Winchester Skin Clinic

How can we treat Lip Dehydration?

At the Dr Victoria clinic it is very simple to restore lip volume, definition and colour. Our medical professionals can administer dermal fillers, containing hyaluronic acid, a type of sugar that occurs naturally in the body. Small amounts of filler are injected into the lips and surrounding area as required to enhance the shape of the lips for a fuller, natural appearance, which is harmonious with your facial features. 

Speak to one of our experts today.





Why Choose Dr. Victoria Clinic?

We focus on reducing all the side effects to an absolute minimum and are on hand 24/7 for any and all of your aftercare queries. Immediately after your treatment, we advise not to lie down for the next 4 hours, stay away from sunbeds, direct tanning, heavy exercise and saunas for at least 24 hours too. Depending on which area you have treated with anti-wrinkle injections will depend on when you can wear makeup again; for this we suggest speaking with your practitioner post-treatment.