Thin Lips & Lip Lines

The skin of our lips is extremely vulnerable to environmental stressors and the effects of aging.

Are you plagued by thin lips and lip lines?

Your lips blow kisses, warm hearts, and chat with dear ones near and far; they can handle a lot, but in truth, they aren’t as tough as they seem. The skin of our lips is among the thinnest and most delicate on the body, making it extremely vulnerable to environmental stressors and the effects of aging. With time, they experience deflation, loss of volume, and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

What causes thin lips and lip lines?

Because the skin on your lips contains fewer melanocyte cells (the cells that provide UV protection and give skin its colour), and sweat glands (making them more prone to moisture loss) than the rest of your skin, they’re especially vulnerable to sun damage, environmental aggressors, cold and dry temperatures, as well as intrinsic aging factors. These stressors lead to declining collagen stores in the skin, and cause the lips to age at a more rapid pace. Aging around the lips usually manifests in a loss of lip line definition, volume loss, and the appearance or deepening of pursing lines over the lips and around the mouth. Before you know it, your lips have lost their once-defined contours and that ever-kissable plump.

About lip augmentation treatments.

Whether you’re grappling with volume loss, fine lines, a lack of definition, or all of the above, there are effective medical aesthetic treatments that can help address your concerns. Cosmedica offers a diverse platform of safe and effective solutions for patients of all ages, including injectable lip augmentation treatments and laser therapies. Our expert team is dedicated to providing skillful, natural-looking results tailored to suit your unique facial features.
A thorough consultation will determine which treatment, or combination of treatments, will yield best results.


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